Erin Enderlin Welcomes Summer With A Rendition Of ‘Fishin’ In The Dark’

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With the first day of summer arriving this Saturday (June 20), Erin Enderlin marks the arrival of the summer solstice with her laid-back take on the classic “Fishin’ In The Dark.” Guesting on the track is guitarist Jeff Hanna of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, who had a No. 1 single with the song in 1987.
 
“‘Fishin’ In The Dark’ is a song I played in my high school dorm with my classmates singing along over cheap pizza – all the way to the bars on Broadway in Nashville for tourists enjoying a cold beer on Thursday night,” shares Enderlin. “It’s always brought a smile to my face, always been one of my go-to feel-good songs. I think we could all use a little more of that right now. It’s even more special to me because Jeff Hanna of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band played guitar on the track.
 
“I’ve known Jeff several years now, and I have always been a huge fan of his work and his love for the history of Country music,” Enderlin continues. “But having gotten to know him, he is just one of the coolest people – such great creative energy. It was amazing to have him be a part of it and definitely something I’ll never forget.”

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