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Boyd Causey

Sep 16th 2017 @ Carl's Country

Prattville, AL
I Was There
Saturday, September 16th, 2017
8:00 PM
Carl's Country
Prattville, AL
MO PITNEY was born in Cherry Valley, Illinois. He began playing drums at 6 and guitar at 12. Pitney released his single "Country", in December 2014. Billy Dukes of Taste of Country reviewed the single positively, saying that "Mo isn't making a statement, and he's not the sign of some traditional country revolution in 2015. But he's a reminder of how good a simple country song sung by a man who believes in God and George Strait can feel." Johnny Nevin of Huffington Post also reviewed Pitney's music favorably, saying that "Mo Pitney knows a couple of really important things about being Country, real Country. One of them is that he knows who he is, and that's always going to be important, because it's the only way anyone can keep becoming the person they really want to be. Just as important though, it seems like Mo Pitney never forgets about everybody else, and how important they are too." It was the third most added country song its first week at radio. The song entered Top 40 on Country Airplay on the chart dated for the week ending June 20, 2015, its nineteenth week on that chart. His second single, "Boy & a Girl Thing", released to country radio on August 31, 2015. It reached #50 on Hot Country Songs in October 2016. His debut album is Behind This Guitar. The album's third single,

"Everywhere", will be released to country radio in December 2016. The song goes for adds at country radio on February 13, 2017.

Pitney's debut album, Behind This Guitar, was released on October 7, 2016. It charted at No. 10 on Billboard's Top Country Albums in its first week.

BOYD CAUSEY - Born under the shade of a pecan tree in the South Western corner of Georgia, Boyd, the son of a truck driver, was raised on multiple genres of music. His biggest influence comes from the legends: Hank Sr., Johnny Cash, and Waylon Jennings. However, he also pulls influence from more recent acts like Corey Smith, Cole Swindle, and Luke Bryan. Coming from a musical family, on both sides (Mom & Dad), Boyd was destined for a life in music, it's in his blood, its apart of who he is; he couldn't escape it if he tried. Boyd has an amazing way of taking an idea for a song placing the perfect lyrics along with great melodies that pull you right in. His original track "Heart Beat" makes you want to fall in love over & over again. The up and coming single "Rope Swing" will take you back to the simplicity of younger days when all was wild and free.

At a young age Boyd has been touring and playing shows up and down the Eastern Sea Board. Bars, college towns, and music festivals even on lakes from the top of an 80 foot yacht, he has experienced a lot for a guy his age. All of this gives him an old soul that's trapped in a young man's body and it pours out through his music.
It's not uncommon for Boyd to lose himself in his live shows, to the point of going through three sometimes four string changes. "I don't know what happens I just get so caught up in the moment - when the crowd is having fun & going crazy, I mean, it's definitely my drug of choice" Boyd Causey

Boyd's songs have appeared on the network television series "Getting Away", as well as numerous Radio Morning Shows and Websites.