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We’ve had several articles posted about Smith & Wesley, the country duo from northern Georgia, who make country music like we remember country music sounding. Made up of brothers Scott and Todd Smith, this duo put music on their album Choices & Chances that is everything ‘today’s country’ is missing. If you want a little ‘real country’ mixed with your daily dose of country/pop, country/rock, and country/rap – you need Smith & Wesley.  By the way, that great album, Choices & Chances, is still available on iTunes. We told you about that one back in August, but if you missed that article, you can read it by clicking here.

SWToday, however, we wanted to tell you about their new single, “The Little things”,” which is available for preorder on iTunes.  You can easily add great songwriters to a first impression of them as great musicians and great vocalists.  These two write the kind of songs that will easily make you want to say, “I wish I had written that”. I’m sure no matter what they put out, I can add it to my ever-growing list of “Favorite Smith & Wesley Songs”.  That list is already long!  Including songs like “Sweet Life”, “You’re the One,” “Thirty Pieces” and “Bottle’s Half Full”.  If you aren’t familiar with their music, head on over to Spotify and give them a listen.

SW3Connect with Smith & Wesley at: www.SmithAndWesley.com, https://www.facebook.com/SmithAndWesley, https://twitter.com/SmithAndWesley, https://www.instagram.com/smith_and_wesley/, https://www.youtube.com/c/smithandwesleyofficial

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We’ve had several articles posted about Smith & Wesley, the country duo from northern Georgia, who make country music like we remember country music sounding. Made up of brothers Scott and Todd Smith, this duo put music on their album Choices & Chances that is everything ‘today’s country’ is...