Country singer-songwriter Bobby McClendon releases the summer anthem you’ve been waiting for, “Whiskey Burinin’.”
“For me, the song is about the beginning of a breakup. Where you feel something isn’t right. it burns just like the first shot of whiskey but the more you drink the easier it gets to drink. Same thing in a relationship. When it’s over it burns but in time it gets easier to deal with,” explains Bobby in an exclusive with Country Sway. “I feel a lot of people will be able to relate to the song because most people have gone through a breakup and also know that the first shot is a tough one.”
The track was produced by Joey Diehl, Matt Ferranti, and Rufio Hooks.
After relocation to Nashville, Bobby McClendon has spent years touring the country, honing his craft on stages large and small, and developing one of the most dynamic live shows in any genre of music. Throughout the years, Bobby has shared the stage with several national touring acts including Little Big Town, Jason Aldean, Lauren Alaina, Michael Ray, Old Dominion, Thomas Rhett, and many more.
As he takes his music nationwide, his style is being compared to the likes of a country combination consisting of Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, Gary Allan, Kenny Chesney, and Chris Ledoux, his unique style of country rock sets him apart from all other performers.
You can learn more about Bobby McClendon by visiting his website www.bobbymcclendon.com