The RTX New Music Challenge: William Clark Green vs. Ryan Beaver
I've got two more new songs this week vying for your love and approval. It's an East Texas shootout as Flint native William Clark Green's "Catch Me When I Fall" goes head to head with Canton's own Ryan Beaver and his new single "Nobody Wants to Be Alone."
First up WCG. While he hails from Flint, his music career saw it's start in Lubbock, TX where he attended Texas Tech. In the followup to his Top 20 smash "Caroline" Green calls upon his buddy Josh Abbott to join in on his first "outlaw" song. WCG, the reigning TRRMA New Male Vocalist of the Year says of the duet,
I have never written a song about committing a crime and as a story teller, the subject matter is always interesting. The song pretty much takes place leaving a liquor/convenience store after robbing it and ends up with one character (me) getting caught, and the other character (Josh) getting away." Give it a listen.
Next is the pride of Canton, Texas -- Ryan Beaver. Beaver is building a reputation as one of the best up and coming songwriters in Texas, or Nashville. The third release off his "Constant" album, and follow up to his first Top 5 smash "Hate" sees Beaver get quite personal with "Nobody Wants To Be Alone." This driving, hard hitting, deep and reflecting song will likely be his next Top 5 and I've got your first listen right here.
Voting ends Saturday, May 12. Winner wil be announced and played that night on Radio Texas, LIVE!