In this generation, country pop is sharply increasing, and the old and traditional country is gently fading. Nevertheless, there are still artists who cater what we used to hear, and there is still that great music we love to listen to over and over again as the old country sound.
Mo Pitney is one of the artists who reminds us of the great old music. The voice he has is an instrument to get back to the past. In addition, his style and genre is an embodiment of his deep-rooted country sounds. He is one of the few lucid yet talented artists to carry the legacy of yesterday’s country melodies continuously.
Sadly, we are almost on the brink of preserving that music by memories. But, the old country sound will never die. It might be changed and modified, but it will stay the same. It will never vanish nor erased.
On the other hand, the good thing about the country music we hear today is that it motivates the young generation to look back to their roots. Also, it encourages them to appreciate and embrace country music.
Don’t You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me…
Hank Cochran was the person behind the words and lyrics of “Don’t You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me.” It was a massive hit for Ray Price in 1965. Then, Ronnie Milsap recorded his version in 1989 and became his third number one single. There were also other notable versions such as Jack Greene and George Jones and Ray Price and Willie Nelson.
Pitney is a 25-year-old native of Cherry Valley, Illinois. His name is “Morgan Daniel Pitney” and was born on March 24, 1993. Pitney began playing drums at the age of 6 and guitar at 12. Additionally, he also learned how to play the banjo. Pitney formerly played with his brother and a friend in a band playing about Bluegrass Country songs.
In December 2014, Pitney released his very first single “Country.” The song received positive feedback from country music enthusiasts. It is also Pitney’s facade to the heart of the listeners. Besides, Pitney performed at Grand Ole Opry where he received a standing ovation. On the stage, he showcased his talent and love for country music.
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