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Southern Soul Rocker Bryce McGlothin Reflects On Passing Of High School Friend Lily Grace McCarthy In Poignant New Song “Too Late To Say”

The American Idol Golden Ticket Winner teen’s new song is now streaming everywhere, or at: linktr.ee/brycemcglothinmusic 

New tribute video to Lily Grace McCarthy also available on Bryce’s YouTube channel

McGlothin announced as nominee for Best Local Musician in The Natchez Democrats’
‘Best of Miss-Lou’

JONESVILLE, La. (August 25, 2022) – Southern soul rock singer-songwriter Bryce McGlothin shows his heartfelt remorse for the loss of his high school friend Lily Grace McCarthy in his recently released poignant single, “Too Late To Say,” available now on all digital music platforms, or at linktr.ee/brycemcglothinmusic. The Jonesville, Louisiana native also released a new tribute music video on his YouTube channel with photos of Lily, who passed away all too soon in 2021 from a car wreck. 

“I feel like this song really shows what I felt after Lily passed away,” Bryce said. “She was always there to listen to any of my problems, or any of my troubles, which is what my thought process was while writing the first verse. Her loss was a devastating blow to our small-town, tight knit community, and we are still healing. I just hope my song helps keep her memory alive. Forever.” 

Since last year, Bryce has been supportive of, and has helped raise money for the Lily Grace McCarthy Memorial Scholarship, a charitable scholarship fund created in her honor. 

“Lily was a shining light for all of the people whose lives she took part in,” Bryce continued. “Not only will this scholarship help some students in need, but it is another reminder of how kind and generous she always was.”

The breakout singer-songwriter has been writing and recording with hit-making Nashville songwriter & producer Britton Cameron (Don Williams, Jon Pardi, Dillon Carmichael), who Bryce also co-wrote “Too Late To Say” with. McGlothin is being developed by PCG Artist Development in Nashville, under the direction of Bernard Porter

Single Name: “Too Late To Say”
Audio/video release date: August 17, 2022
Label/Development: PCG Artist Development
Songwriters: Bryce McGlothin, Britton Cameron
ISRC#: QZNWR2231732
Audio Producer: Britton Cameron
Video Producer/Director: Jennifer McGill
Buy/Stream/Listen: linktr.ee/brycemcglothinmusic
Official Video: youtu.be/bsH7QSLr59c

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Bryce McGlothin Contacts:
Media & PR: Jason W. Ashcraft / JWA Media | jwa@jwamedia.com | (615) 991-1125
Development: Bernard Porter / PCG Artists Development | bernard@pcgnashville.com

Video Assets:

[Watch Video: YouTube | Download Mp4 file]

 

Photo Assets:

[Lily Grace McCarthy & Bryce McGlothin | Download JPG]

[Photo by Laci Darcey | Download PNG]

[Single art | Download JPG]

Southern Soul Rocker Bryce McGlothin Makes Recording Debut With Country & Blues Tinged “This House Ain’t A Home”

The American Idol Golden Ticket Winner teen’s debut song now streaming everywhere at: hypeddit.com/brycemcglothin/thishouseaintahome 

Announced as nominee for Best Local Musician in The Natchez Democrats’ ‘Best of Miss-Lou’

New video filmed by J.B. Lawrence also launched on Bryce’s YouTube channel

JONESVILLE, La. (July 07, 2022) – Southern soul rock singer-songwriter Bryce McGlothin makes his debut as a recording artist with his earnest, fresh and country and blues tinged rock ballad “This House Ain’t a Home.” The song is available now on all major digital streaming networks, or at hypeddit.com/brycemcglothin/thishouseaintahome, along with a new music video directed by filmmaker J.B. Lawrence, available now at Bryce’s YouTube channel

“I feel like this is a song that really shows what I am all about as an artist,” he said. “I think this song is a good first step as my debut song because it encompasses my natural abilities. My hope is that it will set forth a long journey as a singer-songwriter.”  

The song candidly demonstrates Bryce’s diverse musical upbringing, literally and metaphorically, from growing up in small Louisiana and Mississippi river towns. His father Glen McGlothin was a 30 year veteran touring musician and live performer for the popular Easy Eddie and the Party Rockers, who had the opportunity to open or play for the likes of Jerry Lee Lewis, Mickey Gilley, Leon Russell, and Percy Sledge. 

The breakout singer-songwriter has been writing and recording with hit-making Nashville songwriter & producer Britton Cameron (Don Williams, Jon Pardi, Dillon Carmichael) and being developed under the direction of PCG Artist Development in Nashville. 

On “This House Ain’t a Home,” Bryce’s intended ability to use his song to tell a story is that of a broken hearted man who realizes his house is not a home, without the one he loves, and the remnants left behind only remind him of that.

“I like to look at this song as a story that tells a tale that a lot of people face today,” Bryce said. “I think it will impact my listener because they can use this song as a means to get through similar situations where they feel that they have been abandoned by someone else.”

Single Name: “This House Ain’t a Home”
Audio/video release date: June 24, 2022
Label/Development: PCG Artist Development
Songwriters: Bryce McGlothin, Britton Cameron
ISRC#: QZK6K2245482
Audio Producer: Britton Cameron
Video Producer/Director: J.B. Lawrence
Buy/Stream/Listen: hypeddit.com/brycemcglothin/thishouseaintahome
Official Video: youtu.be/ALqSryM_ZUE

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Bryce McGlothin Contacts:
Media & PR: Jason W. Ashcraft / JWA Media | jwa@jwamedia.com | (615) 991-1125
Development: Bernard Porter / PCG Artists Development | bernard@pcgnashville.com 

Video/Photo Assets:

[Watch Lyric Video: YouTube | Download Mp4/MOV files]

 

[Photo by Laci Darcey | Download PNG]