An Ocala country singer who just released another new single is seeking support from the community to help him fulfill his dream of recording his first full-length album.
Noah Hunton released “Bartender” through all major platforms recently. Written and performed by Hunton, the new single tells the story of a brooding man who seeks to forget lost love and tears through “another round” from a bartender.
Hunton has had a busy year of performing and recording, having already released multiple singles this year, including “All Nighters” and “Tennessee Summertime.” Earlier this year, Hunton celebrated the release of “Shotgun Ridin’ (Remastered).”
Hunton, who is incorporated as Noah Hunton Music LLC, has worked hard to develop a brand around his music. The young country artist has formed a team to help support his career and is currently in the midst of recording his first full-length album.
Hunton says he plans to release that album, which will be entitled “Life Vol. 1,” sometime next year. He says he is collaborating with producers and musicians in Nashville, Tennessee, but that the cost to record each song “amounts to $3,000.”
As a result, Hunton has turned to the community to help support him and take him “one step closer to realizing” his dream.
“Your contribution, no matter the amount, will be immensely appreciated and will make a significant impact on the success of my album,” reads a statement from the artist’s spotfund page.
Hunton has performed at nearly every local restaurant, bar, and venue in the area. The budding artist has also opened for multiple big-name music acts across the nation, including Craig Campbell, Tristan Tritt, Colt Ford, and Hinder, among many others.
To make a contribution to help Noah Hunton fulfill his dream of recording a full-length album, visit his spotfund page.
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