You can never entertain too much great country music out of Texas. Traditional country resurgence group, Keeper Of The Plains fronted by lead singer, Michael Gutierrez captures the red dirt country sound that had been missing in country music today. The Fort Worth, Texas based band has spent the last few years perfecting their signature blend of modern country elements with classic roots.
With one studio album on their resume, these guys are off to a strong start with a brand new single and a recent collaboration with Nashville-based independent label services firm, Bar Frog Music.
The new single, “Keep On Rollin” made its country radio debut on March 8th. The invigorating hit brings back a nostalgic sound while still fitting the current country radio platform. Mix in inspiring lyrics and Gutierrez’s gritty vocals and you have a single that is sure to make you want to hear more.
Recorded in Nashville at renowned County Q studios and mastered by Grammy Award-winner David K. Shipley (Best Bluegrass Album for The Del McCourt Band), their music is available on ReverbNation. For Gutierrez, the song stood out because of the universal message of overcoming life’s obstacles. “I picked this song as the lead single to release to country radio because it really pertains to the blue-collar worker,” he said. “I feel a lot of people will be able to identify with the lyrics and I can’t wait to hear what the listeners think.”
Since 2011, the band has been putting their heart and soul in every song they sing, performing at fairs and venues across the US and sharing the stage with chart-topping country artists Kellie Pickler and David Nail. This group is a solid representation of true country music and laying a solid foundation for future success. After going through all their songs, “Ain’t Gone Enough,” “Talkin Dirty,” and their latest, “Keep On Rollin,” I know there is nothing these boys can’t sing. They take you from boot stomping to easy listening in smooth style.
Do not hesitate to get to know this band. Their style is what we need more of and it doesn’t take much to support the good stuff. You can find them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram so no excuses allowed.