Recién casada Eric Heatherly en la fiebre de ‘Somethin’ Stupid’
Newlyweds Eric Heatherly and Lindsey Stacey release classic Sinatra duet to commemorate marriage.
Eric Heatherly, best known for his rockabilly style of country music with hit songs such as «Swimming In Champagne,» «Old Enough to Be Her Daddy,» «The Wrong 5 O’Clock,» «The Last Man Committed» and the Top 10 hit, «Flowers On The Wall,» is celebrating the recent marriage to his long time sweetheart and fellow artist Lindsey Stacey. Eric and Lindsey tied the knot on November 24th, 2018 at a private ceremony south of Nashville. To celebrate the occasion, the newlyweds will release a new single together entitled, «Somethin’ Stupid«. It’s a revamped version of the classic #1 song from 1967 by Frank & Nancy Sinatra.
Eric Heatherly produced and arranged «Somethin’ Stupid» hoping to give new life to such a classic duet. «It’s a lot more guitar oriented than the original orchestrated version» says Heatherly. «Lindsey and I loved recording this song together. She is an amazing artist and I couldn’t ask for a better duet partner, in music and marriage.» The retro sounding single is set for a world-wide release in honor of Frank Sinatra’s birthday, December 12th, 2018. It will be released in the U.S. on the NashVegas Recording Co. label solely owned by Heatherly and on the AGR Television Records label in the rest of the world.
Eric Heatherly is also working on a new album that will be released in 2019 titled, «Matchbook Rendezvous». The first single will be «The Road Song (Route 66 Revisited)» and will feature a video that was recently filmed in Las Vegas. He describes the full-length recording as a five year passion project of vintage sounds laid down on all analog equipment, mostly captured live on 2″ tape in his own historic music hall and event center, «The Ole Tennessee Opry», located just outside of Nashville. When not performing in Branson or doing solo shows, you can catch Eric Heatherly accompanying his good buddy David Lee Murphy on select tour dates with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Toby Keith and Kenny Chesney.
«Heatherly’s style is the closest thing to Sun Records meets The Grand Ole Opry that I’ve ever heard.» Academy Award winning actor – Billy Bob Thornton