Stranger Friends, Nashville Film Festival Award Winners, Announce EP
Free EP Release Show Set for Oct. 18 at The Back Corner
NASHVILLE (Sept. 26) – Stranger Friends, the award-winning duo composed of Nashville songwriters Jamie Floyd and John Martin, will release their self-penned, self-titled debut EP on Oct. 20. The five-song project combines the harmony of the Everly Brothers and the grit of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
Stranger Friends will play a free EP release show in Nashville at The Back Corner on Oct. 18 at 6 p.m.
Private stream — Private download — Photos and EP cover
Floyd grew up as the daughter of performing musicians in West Palm Beach, Florida, and landed her first record deal at 11 years old. While working as a waitress, she co-wrote the exquisite title track to Ashley Monroe’s Grammy-nominated The Blade. A native of Stillwater, Oklahoma, Martin played football for Baylor University while continuing to write songs. He received his first-ever cuts in Nashville on Garth Brooks’ No. 1 country albums Man Against Machine and Christmas Together (with Trisha Yearwood).
After being asked to write one song for the Burt Reynolds movie, Dog Years, Stranger Friends ultimately placed 12 songs and even appeared in the movie, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. A few days later, their original song, “Yet to Come,” won the award for Best Original Song at the Nashville Film Festival. The film and soundtrack album will be released in 2018. Read more about Stranger Friends.
Facebook – @StrangerFriendsBand
Instagram – @StrangerFriendsBand
For more information, please contact:
Kate Richardson, Richlynn Group