Fresh on the back of hitting No.1 in the UK Country Charts, Gary Quinn has just released the ‘Acoustic Live Session’ video for his latest single, ‘Nobody Somebody’.The video was shot in Eskilstuna on a recent visit to Sweden where he enlisted the help of creative director Richard Alex and it is available to view on YouTube now.
“We wanted to do a stripped down version of the song, as it was originally created, to simply allow the lyrics to come front and centre. I’m really pleased with how the performance was captured”, explained Quinn.
Nobody Somebody can be heard now on Apple Music’s ‘Today’s Country’ and Spotify’s ‘Fresh Finds Country’ playlists as well as all the usual download and streaming platforms.

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GARY QUINN is a 6-time British CMA Awards winner who continues to gather critical acclaim, at home and abroad. Hailing from Omagh, Northern Ireland but now based in Gtr Manchester, he has toured with Phil Vassar and William Michael Morgan, opened numerous CMA Songwriters Series in the UK and shared the stage with acts such as Kristian Bush, Mo Pitney and Sarah Darling. He has also performed on several occasions at the renowned Bluebird Café in Nashville, Tennessee. As a songwriter, Quinn has collaborated with Grand Ole Opry member and Grammy winner Steve Wariner as well as Brett James, Trent Tomlinson, Jenn Bostic and J.P Williams.

Despite the challenges presented by the Covid pandemic, 2020 has still been a hugely productive year. A fruitful five-week song writing visit to Nashville was followed by an appearance at Country 2 Country Berlin in March along with various online streaming performances throughout the year, most noticeably from the stage at the magnificent Symphony Hall in Birmingham. More recently, his stunning cover of ‘O Holy Night’, a duet with Swedish artist Sophie Hanson, continues to be championed on Swedish national radio station – Sveriges Radio P4, in addition to radio and TV plays in the UK and Ireland.

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