July 23

“Come Do A Little Life” Is Mo Pitney’s “Forever And Ever Amen” Song

Mo Pitney
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Mo Pitney is a new artist in the industry. He’s been working hard to make a name in the country music. There are several songs he recorded, and some received positive feedback while others are unreciprocated. “Come Do A Little Life” is the song that he describes as his modern day of “Forever And Ever Amen” by Randy Travis. Lend your ears for you will be astonished of how truly country his voice is. Also, the song will define him and the old and traditional country music.

Furthermore, Mo Pitney has released singles such as “Country,” “Clean Up On Aisle Five,” “Boy And A Girl Thing,” “I Met Merle Haggard Today,” and many more. Also, he made covers of legends that includes “Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes” by the legendary George Jones.” These songs describe how good and deep Mo Pitney’s voice is. Doubtless, it will recollect the pleasant sounds of the yesteryear’s country.

Come Do A Little Life…

Byron Hill, Will Nance, and Mo Pitney himself wrote the words and lyrics of “Come Do A Little Life.” The song is part of Mo Pitney’s album “Behind This Guitar.” It was released in 2016 along with the songs mentioned above.

Moreover, “Come Do A Little Life” merely depicts a tale of infinite love between two people who genuinely love each other despite barriers.

Mo Pitney…

Mo Pitney
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Morgan Daniel Pitney is a twenty-five-year-old native of Cherry Valley, Illinois and was born on March 24, 1993. Mo Pitney began playing drums at the age of six. At the age of twelve, he learned to play the guitar. Also, Mo Pitney learned how to play the banjo. He formerly played with his brother and a friend in a band plainly of Bluegrass Country songs.

Mo Pitney
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His very first singles were “Country.” He debuted at the Grand Ole Opry, a platform for all country music beginners. After his debut, he began recording songs and releasing them as well. Many country music obsessives especially the traditionalists love his style and choice of music. Perhaps, it’s due to his deep voice and how he truly embraces the roots of real country.

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