Bucky 144 It just dawned on me that Bucky Covington is an artist that really could go by just his first name. I’m certain that if anyone would say, “Did you hear Bucky’s new single” – everyone would know who they were talking about. I have heard Bucky’s new single, and I really like it. And from what we’re hearing from radio stations around the country, I’m definitely not the only one.

Bucky 143 In a press release I received today, a lot of people out there agree with me, and many of our country radio stations across the country are saying this song is possibly Bucky’s best one yet. The press release also talks about Bucky’s current radio tour, and includes some of the places he will be and the dates he will be there. It’s definitely one of those press releases that I’m going to share with you all, exactly as I received it… but with a few added photos of Bucky.

Bucky Rockingham 092609 112 Nashville, TN – With a self-titled debut album that has gone on to sell nearly 500 thousand copies and a string of top 10 hits including “A Different World,” “It’s Good To Be Us” and “I’ll Walk,” Lyric Street recording artist Bucky Covington is now back at country radio with his brand new single “A Father’s Love (The Only Way He Knew How).”  In just 2 short weeks, the track is already striking a huge chord with programmers, fans and critics alike.  The buzz amongst country radio is that this is Bucky’s best song yet and the overwhelmingly positive chatter keeps coming in.

"It’s the best thing Bucky has ever done!  Powerful."
— Rick McCracken, WSOC/Charlotte

BuckyWise "Thanks for smearing my makeup this morning!  What a song!  Drying my tears and doing an airshift."
— Tanya Burko, WGGY/Wilkes-Barre

“Tears literally dripped from my eyes as it played.  A PERFECT song!"
— Stoney Richards, WDSY/Pittsburgh

"A #1 song…and I don’t say that lightly.  His best song, yet!"
— Carol Hughes, KFDI/Wichita

“It touched me and hit home, which it will do with many…you have a hit.”

— Bob Mitchell WLFF/Myrtle Beach

bucky new Written by Liz Hengber, Thom Shephjensenerd and Steve Williams, this heartfelt mid-tempo song tells the story of a father who shows his children how much he loves them by taking care of all the little things in life.  The record is from his forthcoming sophomore album, I’m Alright, to be released in fall 2010 on Lyric Street Records.  Recently, “A Father’s Love,” was featured as an exclusive FIRST LISTEN on PEOPLE.COM and can still be previewed on the site.

Bucky is currently on the road visiting radio and playing tour dates all across the country with upcoming shows in Fletcher, N.C. (3/26), Mt. Airey, N.C. (3/27), Florence, S.C. (4/2), Midway Park, N.C. (4/9) and Mt. Laurel, N.J. (4/10) in the coming weeks.

That’s all for now, it’s time for me to get ready for work, and time for all of you to start calling your favorite country station to request “A Father’s Love,”. I’ll talk to you all soon!
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It just dawned on me that Bucky Covington is an artist that really could go by just his first name. I’m certain that if anyone would say, “Did you hear Bucky’s new single” – everyone would know who they were talking about. I have heard Bucky’s new single,...