Single Release

FEATURED RELEASE

THE ALEX LEACH BAND

“Little Secret”

RECORD LABEL:
Mountain Home Music Company

RELEASE DATE:
04/29/2022

ISRC:
USETB2100502

GENRE:
Bluegrass

LOCATION:
Knoxville, TN

DESCRIPTION:

With a unique blend of masterful traditional sounds and edgy original songs by their namesake, The Alex Leach Band are blazing a new path in bluegrass—and “Little Secret,” their latest single for Mountain Home Music Company, illustrates the combination to perfection.

From Leach’s powerful opening guitar strum to the twin yodel with which he and harmony singer Miranda Leach end the song, “Little Secret” offers a pitch-perfect take on the classic “angry bluegrass” sound, as Band member JT Coleman’s bass and guest Roscoe Morgan’s mandolin lay down an irresistible beat behind label mate Carley Arrowood’s searing fiddle and fierce, driving banjo from the Larry Stephenson Band’s Derek Vaden. Still, though the lyric faithfully reflects the music’s dark mood, its indistinct yet vivid collage of hints and threats gives the song an air of mystery that is unmistakably modern.

“With a brand new album of original music coming this summer, I couldn’t be more excited to share it with everyone,” enthuses Leach, “and ‘Little Secret’ is one of the high-energy songs that will be included. It talks about a corrupt boss man who’s always taking advantage of everyone, and one of his workers is about to get back at him for all of his wrongdoings. Although the lyrics are pretty serious, this song has become one of our favorites to have fun with on stage. I hope you enjoy this one, and remember, it’s just a little taste of what’s to come on our new album this summer!”

KEY SELLING POINTS

  • A two time SPBGMA "DJ of the Year" by the time he was 15, a young Alex has been featured on CMT's Big Ticket, the BBC, and Peter Jennings' ABC World News Tonight, and is now a 21-year airwaves veteran at WDVX
  • Since recently deciding to embark on a much-anticipated solo career, Alex has been featured in magazines like Bluegrass Unlimited, on TV programs such as The Bluegrass Trail (RFD-TV), and on radio programs such as Hand Picked with Del on Sirius XM's Bluegrass Junction channel

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