StevePHOTO (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT): Luke Laird (Producer/Creative Nation),
Steve Moakler, Pete Fisher (Grand Ole Opry)

We first told you about Steve Moakler back in November, when he released his single , “Suitcase”. [Previous article here] Steve has been busy promoting that single, and also made his debut appearance at the Grand Ole Opry. We received a press release about Steve today, and wanted to pass that on to all of you.  He has a lot of fans out there, and that ever-growing fan base is always looking for new information about this up-and-coming artist.

[Press Release]   Country newcomer, Steve Moakler, topped off an exciting release week with his Grand Ole Opry debut on Saturday, March 19, where he performed his current radio single, “Suitcase,” and a new song off his EP, “Steel Town.” Joining Moakler for the momentous evening were his wife, Gracie, his parents (who came in from Pittsburgh), his producer, Luke Laird and his management team (Creative Nation), along with friends and fans.

The Opry debut wrapped up a successful EP release week full of media highlights for Moakler, including on-air time with Blair Garner, Kelly Ford and Chuck Wicks at America’s Morning Show and a performance on Bill Cody’s “Coffee, Country & Cody” show on WSM. The excitement for his self-titled EP (produced by Luke Laird) continues to garner buzz from press outlets with new features in CM Chat Live, Country Music Rocks, Morning Hangover, Roughstock, The Daily Country, The Shotgun Seat, Whiskey Riff and more.

Steve mABOUT STEVE MOAKLER   The versatility of Steve Moakler’s music goes beyond his magnetic pull as an artist. The Pittsburgh native moved to Nashville to pursue a career in music in 2006. A handful of odd jobs, hundreds of shows and a thousand songs later, Moakler has sold out venues across the country and topped the iTunes® chart on multiple occasions. In the last 12 months, he has been featured on several Artist to Watch lists such as: Bobby Bones, CMT, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone Country, Taste Of Country and TIDAL. He has also been featured on the “Spotlight On Country 2016” playlist on Spotify® and the New Artist Spotlight in Country on iTunes®. Moakler’s career as a songwriter has seen releases by artists like Ashley Monroe, Jake Owen, Kellie Pickler, Ben Rector and includes the chart success of Dierks Bentley’s emotionally powerful title-track, “Riser.” Moakler’s new self-titled EP is available now and includes his debut country radio single, “Suitcase,” which was written by Luke Laird, Barry Dean and Thomas Rhett.

In addition to his web site, visit some of Steve’s other social media sites, where you can learn a lot more about him and his music.  When you check out his Facebook page, remember to ‘Like” it while you are there. He has a YouTube channel, with an “Introduction to Steve Moakler” video.  Be sure to check that out.  His Instagram is full of great pictures that he is sharing with all of us. You can follow  him on Twitter @stevemoakler.  If you aren’t already following Country’s Chatter on Twitter, we’d love to have you. You will find us @countryschatter.

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PHOTO (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT): Luke Laird (Producer/Creative Nation), Steve Moakler, Pete Fisher (Grand Ole Opry) We first told you about Steve Moakler back in November, when he released his single , “Suitcase”. Steve has been busy promoting that single, and also made his debut appearance at the Grand Ole...