Courtney Stewart’s New Single “For All The World To See” Is At Country Radio Now

Sixteen-year-old country singer-songwriter and Lamon Records artist Courtney Stewart has already accomplished so much in her young music career,  but she hopes to make even more noise this year.  Her new single For All The World To See is at country radio stations now and will be “going for adds” across the country in the coming weeks as her label and promotion team gear up to spread the word about this talented new artist.

The Keystone High School student has gained a lot of attention since her debut EP “Where Will I Fit In?” was released last fall. Her first single Telling You gained worldwide radio airplay and the music video garnered hundreds of thousands of views across a multitude of outlets. She was recently featured on Inside Music Row (a syndicated music program originating from Nashville), Yahoo! Music, Y’all Wire, Music Choice and many others.

The young Stewart recently described her music in five words or less as “lyrical heartfelt country music melodies.” Producer Dave Moody agrees. “Courtney has a realness about her music that rings true to the listener. She’s writing songs about her everyday experiences… things she sees and knows as a young lady growing up in today’s world… which makes her music very interesting.”

The new single is Stewart’s favorite from the EP music collection.  As she explained in a recent hometown news article, “For All The World To See is my absolute favorite song on my album. I had written this song three days before I was set to record. I remember emailing my producer and telling him that I had a new song that we needed to add. When we arrived in Nashville, we met and I played the song for him. He loved it, so we ended up knocking a song out and putting For All The World To See in its place.”

Stewart will be in Nashville in early April to film her new music video. “I can’t wait,” says Stewart.  “We’re all so excited about this new single and video.”

For more information, visit Lamon Records or contact Donna Botts, Director of Media Relations/Promotions at 615.379.2121, x104