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This Ocala country singer released another single, and it’s great.

An Ocala area singer continues to drop single after single en route to releasing his first full-length album.

“Everywhere Else” is the newest single by rising country artist Noah Hunton.

Noah Hunton Everywhere Else
“Everywhere Else” is the latest single released by Noah Hunton. (Photo: Noah Hunton Music, LLC)

Released on March 20 across various platforms, including Apple Music and Spotify, the new song is one of several singles that Hunton has released over the past year.

In November, Hunton released “Bartender,” and in October, he released “Shotgun Ridin’.” Both songs have accumulated thousands of streams across various platforms.

 

Hunton has been recording and releasing all of this music amidst countless scheduled gigs across the area, including an upcoming performance at this year’s Levitt AMP Concert Series on April 26. 

In addition to recording and performing, the singer and business owner of Noah Hunton Music, LLC, is hoping to accumulate enough votes to open at one of the largest music festivals in Florida.

Currently, Hunton is in fourth place for the “Open for an Icon” contest. The winner of the popular vote in that contest will open for a large country act during the second day of this year’s SunFest, which takes place on May 3 and May 4 in West Palm Beach.

Click here to register and vote for Noah Hunton to be selected to “Open for an Icon.”

According to event organizers, this year’s lineup for the second day of Sunincludes Cole Swindell, Dylan Scott, and Elle King, among others.

In the past several years, Hunton has opened for multiple big-name music acts across the nation, including Hinder, Tristan Tritt, Colt Ford, and Craig Campbell, among others. He is currently working towards his goal of recording and releasing a full-length album, entitled “Life Vol. 1,” later this year.

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