From new album ‘This Ain’t The Hamptons’ which debuted at #4 on Apple Music Country Album Chart on Sept. 08 

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FORT WORTH, Texas (Sept. 29, 2023) – American outlaw country singer-songwriter and recording artist Creed Fisher pays homage to blue collar Americans, living the country life and Bocephus himself on a new music video for his song “Hank Williams,” released today on YouTube. The song is seventh track on his newly released 13th studio album, This Ain’t The Hamptons, available now on all major digital streaming platforms and vinyl by Dirt Rock Empire. The album debuted at #4 on Apple Music’s Top 40 US Country Albums, marking the 10th straight time Fisher has landed an album in the Top 5 on the chart. Songs from the album also earned numerous placements on popular editorial playlists on Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon and Pandora.

“For me personally, I always do things a little differently that go against the grain, if you will, which you’ll hear on this album,” Creed continued. “Some of these songs go back as far back as 12 years ago. I’ve just been sitting with them and purposefully kept them on the back burner waiting for the right project for them to fit into.”

This Ain’t The Hamptons also gives the Creed Fisher name a face lift as he levels up his branding and marketing, putting his permanent stamp onto the industry as an up and coming country music star whose authenticity can’t be ignored.

“Plus, this is the first time I’ve ever put out one of my albums on vinyl, so I’m really looking forward to that and for fans to have a piece of Creed Fisher history they can hold onto and pass down to the younger generations.”

Tracklisting & Songwriters: 

  1. One Of ‘Em (Creed Fisher, Nate Kenyon)
  2. Stars And Stripes (Creed Fisher)
  3. Famous White Line (Creed Fisher, Zac Stokes)
  4. This Ain’t The Hamptons (Creed Fisher)
  5. Crazy (Creed Fisher, Kaleb McIntire, Rich McCready)
  6. Lowdown & Lonesome (Creed Fisher, Jared Hill, Allen Wayne League)
  7. Hank Williams (Creed Fisher, Kaleb McIntire)
  8. Dixie (Creed Fisher)
  9. You Ain’t From The South (Creed Fisher, Kaleb McIntire)
  10. Take One For The Team (Creed Fisher)
  11. Cold Lonely Bed (Creed Fisher)
  12. The Party’s Right Here (Creed Fisher)

Music videos/visualizers released: “One of ‘Em” | “Famous White Line” | “This Ain’t The Hamptons” | “Lowdown & Lonesome”

About Creed Fisher:
Country music’s rising Outlaw star Creed Fisher reminds fans to never lose sight of who you are, where you’re from, and never be afraid of working hard to earn an honest living. On his latest musical manifesto This Ain’t the Hamptons, his 13th studio album celebrates blue collar sensibilities, patriotism and fun-loving simple pleasures that are staples of Fisher’s music, this record comes at a time where country music consumers’ interests in bringing back the foundational roots of traditional country music are at an all time high. Timing is everything, and Fisher declares “This was the perfect album for true country music fans that miss that less modernized sound of old country music. If I’d said it three or four albums ago – they wouldn’t have heard it.” He’s confident the music and messages on This Ain’t the Hamptons will connect with the majority of Americans, but especially those who love country music and live the lifestyle. “They’re gonna love to hear this one.”

2023 Tour Dates:
SEP 29 – Joe’s Honky Tonk / Kearney, Neb.
SEP 30 – I-70 Real American Music Festival / Higginsville, Mo.
OCT 05 – The Cotillion Ballroom  / Wichita, Kan.
OCT 06 – Grizzly Rose / Denver, Colo.
OCT 07 – Sunshine Studios Live / Colorado Springs, Colo.
OCT 20 – Pine Valley Raceway / Lufkin, Texas
OCT 21 – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino / Catoosa, Okla.
NOV 02 – Six String Grill & Stage / Foxborough, Mass.
NOV 04 – Angel City Music Hall / Manchester, N.H.
NOV 08 – Grewall Hall / Lansing, Mich.
NOV 09 – Blue Gate Music Hall / Shipshewana, In. (with Colt Ford)
NOV 10 – District 142 / Wyandotte, Mich. (with Colt Ford)
NOV 11 – Anderson Music Hall / Hiawassee, Ga. (with Colt Ford)
NOV 12 – Temecula Stampede / Temecula, Calif.
NOV 15 – Beacon Theatre / Hopewell, Va.
NOV 16 – Groove Music Hall / Woodford, Va.
NOV 17 – Coyote Joe’s / Charlotte, N.C. (with Taylor Ray Holbrook)
NOV 18 – The Famous Venue / Portsmouth, Va.
NOV 29 – Main Street Crossing / Tomball, Texas
NOV 30 – Main Street Crossing / Tomball, Texas
DEC 01 – Hank’s Texas Grill / McKinney, Texas
DEC 02 – Texan Theater / Cleveland, Texas
DEC 09 – Hurricane Alley / Bossier City, La.
DEC 15 – Diamond Ballroom / Oklahoma City, Okla.
DEC 16 – John T. Floore Country Store / Helotes, Texas
**For Creed’s complete tour schedule follow on BandsInTown or visit

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