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Friday, July 10, 2020

Old Dominion - "One Man Band (GMA Summer Concert Series)" [Country]

One Man Band (GMA Summer Concert Series)

"One Man Band (GMA Summer Concert Series)" music video by Old Dominion
Added: 10-07-2020
Genre : Country
Description : Old Dominion - One Man Band (Good Morning America Summer Concert Series)

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Old Dominion arose during the waning days of bro-country, a genre the band's five members were partially responsible for as authors of hits for Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, and Tyler Farr. As a band, Old Dominion were much softer and sweeter than the party-hearty legions of bro-country, straddling the line between contemporary pop and classic soft rock on their initial hits, 2015's "Break Up with Him" and 2016's "Snapback." Working with producer/songwriter Shane McAnally helped the quintet stay hip and fresh, leading to a series of Country Airplay number one singles in the last few years of the 2010s, including "Song for Another Time," "No Such Thing as a Broken Heart," "Written in the Sand," and "Make It Sweet."

Their LP, Old Dominion, released in 2019, occupied the top spot on the Country Albums chart and yielded another modest hit in "One Man Band."

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