RUSSELL MCLAIN RELEASES ‘MY TURN TO CRY’ BRAND NEW SINGLE FROM DEBUT ALBUM.
Independence, Louisiana, — Thursday, June 20th, 2019 — Independence, Louisiana (June 7, 2019) — Russell McLain may no longer be accepting bookings or touring the nightclub scene anymore but that hasn’t stopped the well-versed musician from recording and creating new music. The singer/songwriter/indie recording artist has released his latest single and title track from his upcoming album ‘My Turn to Cry’
Penned by Kevin Reardon and Stanfield Major of Raghat Music Publishing jazz-pop ballad with country overtones and a complex melody. The lyrics describe the singer’s state of bemusement at the singer’s own helpless love for the object of his affection.
“At the point and time in my life when I discovered this song, I was going through a lot of heartaches. I just lost the love of my life and I realized it was because of my selfish ways. It’s almost as if Kevin Reardon and Stanfield Major wrote this song about my situation. My Turn to Cry is truly my favorite song I ever released because I sang it with raw emotion and every lyric rang true.” — Russell Devin McLain
McLain is looking forward to releasing additional music in the coming months leading up to the release of his debut album that is set to drop October 7, 2019.
Track list for Upcoming Album Release:
No Other Love
Why Should We Wait
My Turn To Cry
More songs will be announced in the coming months.
Listen to Russell McLain’s New Single ‘My Turn to Cry’ Click Here.
Using his soul as a tool and everyday life as his muse, Russell McLain mixes his undeniable talent with emotion, passion, and feeling. Powerful and inspiring, few musicians embody a true musical connection and vocal force that extends from his spirit connecting with the audience making music lovers feel every lyric. Each song is heartfelt and every performance is a testament to Russell’s passion and love for music. Click Here to learn more about Russell McLain
Russell Devin McLain
This article first appeared on ArtistPR.com Press Release