Mitch Goudy - Ain't My Fault



Country

Nashville
TN
US


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Mitch Goudy is the country music newcomer making his way into the hearts of music fans of all ages. As one of the Country Music Association (CMA)’s ‘Who New to Watch Artists’ for 2014, he is one of country’s hottest new stars.

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Artist Biography

Mitch Goudy is the country music newcomer who is making his way into the hearts of music fans of all ages. As one of the Country Music Association (CMA)’s ‘Who New to Watch Artists’ for 2014, he is becoming one of country’s hottest new stars rocking stages across the nation. Every time he picks up his guitar and starts to sing, you know this guy not only has the roots for authentic country music, but the heart to back it up.
 
Hailing from the cornfields of southeast Iowa, Mitch grew up with a sense of pride about who he is and a strong notion of what he believes. His interest in country music began when he first picked up a guitar after suffering a traumatic knee injury that would forever limit his ability to play sports. His dad bought him that first guitar, put it in his hands and said, “let’s see what you can do.” at that moment, Mitch found his passion. While growing up, he was influenced by a wide range of artists including Eric Church, Garth Brooks and Bob Seger, to name a few. “Garth Brooks did something different, and that’s what made him Garth. I admire that and try to keep it in mind when I get out on the stage.”
 
The fall of 2013, he released his debut single, Blow These Speakers Out, to country radio and rapidly earned the respect from radio and industry executives, calling him “the next Brad Paisley” (WGSQ-FM). At only nineteen-years-old, nothing will stop this guy. He’s been on the road performing every chance he can get, sharing the stage with Rodney Atkins, Joe Nichols and the Oak Ridge Boys. He’s becoming a crowd favorite because of his music, warmth, charm and his All-American values. His follow-up release, Ain’t My Fault, showcases his young, fun, appealing sound while creating the ideal blend of contemporary and traditional country. This song will be on his upcoming album, slated to be released late 2014. “I’m so excited for everyone to hear this new record,” said Mitch. “My music grows with me and I feel like this album captures who I truly am today as an artist.”
 
The biggest recognition he received recently was being named one of CMA’s ‘Who New to Watch 2014’ Artists. Since then, Mitch has been determined to set the bar even higher in his career. “That’s always been a goal of mine —to make everything I do better than the last. To get this acknowledgement is beyond words. I cannot believe I’m on the same list as artists like Cole Swindell and Chase Rice!” This year is only getting better for him as he gears up for his first ever CMA music festival. “I cannot wait! I grew up reading and seeing the artists that take part in this festival and now I’m going to be one of them! I’m ready to meet every country fan, sign autographs in my own booth and just take it all in.”
 
Maybe when Mitch is not on the road, you’ll find him playing guitar, reading books and enjoying his comfort foods: McDonald’s, Kraft Mac and Cheese, Hostess cupcakes, and Swiss cake rolls. “I’m one of those, ‘I don’t watch TV’ dudes. I also like to study, which is odd, and I’m sure my high school teachers would disagree. I’m interested in subjects like management and accounting. I could read book after book about them because I find it so cool.”
 
With Mitch’s drive, energy, confidence and over 30,000 Facebook fans and counting, it proves that his Midwestern roots are being firmly established in the country world. “I work from early in the morning until late at night. I’m going to give it the best shot I’ve got and see how it goes.”
 
Reviews
 
“Mitch and I worked together on a few performances and I immediately fell in love with the way he communicates songs to audiences. His voice is warm and comfortable, and he works in collaboration with his guitar to take the listener to another place. It’s rare to find that in a young artist today.”
- Diana Upton-Hill (award winning singer/actress) – dianauptonhill.com
 
“Whenever I see Mitch Goudy on stage, I see a sexy guy with a great butt who’s got a damn good voice. dreamy.”
- Emma l., 16 year-old fan
 
“If Mitch Goudy comes to your hometown, you gotta go see this guy…he is gonna rip the stage off!” – Captain Jack, Renegade Radio Nashville
 
“He has the whole package and a great head on his shoulders. If he keeps doing what he’s doing, he will have a good career! He is definitely one to watch out for…” – Mike Betten, music director, KLMJ-FM in Hampton, IA

Press Release
 
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: PLA Media
Phone: (615) 327-0100
Fans Get #ROWDIE for the Release of Mitch Goudy’s Ain’t My Fault Music Video
Country Music Association’s ‘Who New to Watch’ 2014 artist Mitch Goudy premiers his debut music video today for his current single, Ain’t My Fault.
Filmed at the Beech Bend Raceway Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky, this video captures the youthful and fun teenage life that one may have chasing after a girl while channeling Mitch’s #ROWDIE personality.
“I grew up on a dirt race track so racing is in my blood,” said Mitch. “I loved every minute making this music video. I could have stayed in those cars all night!”
This video, which includes members of his fan club "Goudy’s Rowdies" was filmed by director Stephanie Langston of Dark Room Creative, and is airing exclusively today on his YouTube page and his website. Be sure to stay tuned for Mitch’s cable spotlight, as the video will also be released to ZUUS Country, GAC and CMT.
Ain’t My Fault was co-written by Goudy, Diana Upton-Hill and Justin Hill and will be off his upcoming album, which will be released late October.
Immediately after shooting this video, he hit the road for an extensive radio tour in support of the single and has been on the road performing non-stop for his fans. He was recently selected as one of the celebrities to take part in the Tee ‘N’ It Up for Troop Aid Celebrity Golf Tournament, hosted by Larry Gatlin, in September. Hailing from the cornfields of southeast Iowa, Mitch grew up with a sense of pride about who he is and a strong notion of what he believes. His interest in country music began when he first picked up a guitar after suffering a traumatic knee injury that would forever limit his ability to play sports. His dad bought him that first guitar, put it in his hands and said, “Let’s see what you can do.” At that moment, Mitch found his passion and never gave up on it. Since then, he’s been rocking stages large and small across the country. For more information and to become a Goudy #ROWDIE, visit www.MitchGoudy.com, www.goudysrowdies.com and Facebook at www.facebook.com/MitchGoudy. Fans can purchase the song on iTunes and CDBaby.
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For media requests and to schedule an interview with Mitch Goudy, contact Nicole Zeller,
 
 


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