Raleigh Keegan has shared his brand new song, ‘Handyman’
Produced by Grammy-award winner Ryan Gore (Jon Pardi, Old Dominion), the song follows previously released tracks “Long Line of Lovers,” “Another Good Day,” and “Way Back,” with additional songs dropping in the coming months.
“A song for me always starts with honesty,” says Raleigh, who co-wrote it with Marshall Altman. “’Handyman’ is an honest take on how I function in some parts of my life. It’s about how often it feels like I am better at helping others than I am at dealing with my own issues. It’s about being there and being good at being a fixer for your loved ones, even if you feel a bit helpless with your own struggles.”
That honesty is front and centre in all of Raleigh’s music, as he has co-written every track from his upcoming project, pulling from his unconventional upbringing. Born inside the Columbus State Penitentiary where his biological mother was serving time for drug-related charges, Raleigh was adopted and raised by a loving family in Cincinnati who encouraged his passion for music.
Raleigh has accumulated over 7 million streams across his catalogue to date, and has opened for artists such as Eric Church, Brothers Osborne, Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, Drake White, and Mitchell Tenpenny.