Todd knocked it out the ball park!
Luv it!! Played it too many times to keep count. So happy for y'all!! Everyone buy this track. This guy has many more awesome tracks to put out there.
About Todd O'Neill
A Louisiana-born country artist with an eclectic style that makes room for R&B and rock & roll influences, Todd O'Neill was born in Hammond, Louisiana in 1982. Todd grew up in a rural community where TV reception was poor, but his family's appreciation of music was strong. O'Neill became a passionate fan of Merle Haggard, George Jones, and Otis Redding, as well as local Cajun music, and by the time he was in his mid-teens he'd learned to play guitar and started to sing. O'Neill formed a band called Big Cat Daddy when he was 17, and by the time he was 20, he'd decided he wanted to make music his career. O'Neill played in a variety of bands, ranging from '80s cover acts to honky tonk country combos, as he learned the ropes of the music business. In 2009, O'Neill had landed a contract with Nashville label Aria Records, who released his debut album, Real Life. A four-song EP, Somethin' with Some Attitude, followed in 2013, and a six-song release, Fast Lane, which featured a duet with T. Graham Brown, was released in 2015. The following year, O'Neill was the grand prize winner of the Nash Next 2016 Challenge, a talent competition judged by Kix Brooks of Brooks & Dunn, Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts, The Voice winner Danielle Bradbery, and Scott Borchetta of Big Machine Records. As Nash Next winner, O'Neill received a recording contract with Big Machine, and DeMarcus lent his production expertise to O'Neill's first single for the label, the R&B-influenced "Love Again." ~ Mark Deming
- Hammond, LA