Devin Dawson Releases New Version Of ‘Truck I Drove In High School’

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With overwhelming fan support for his version of “God’s Country,” Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville recording artist Devin Dawson has created the #MyTake series, which will showcase his own ‘take’ on songs he wrote or co-wrote previously cut by other artists. The first track in the series, “Truck I Drove in High School,” was featured on Mitchell Tenpenny’s second studio album in 2017 and is available everywhere now.

“I was still reeling from the fans’ response to my version of ‘God’s Country’ – so as I geared up to head back into the studio for my second album, I thought it would be cool to record more songs I’ve written for other artists…but from my perspective,” said Dawson. “MY TAKE is a vehicle to share songs that have been really important to me before releasing new music; it is really inspiring to get back to the songs that I loved that maybe weren’t 100% me at the time.  Recording them was freeing and fun and I hope my fans dig MY TAKE on these songs as much as I do.”

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