Songwriting veteran Jeffrey Steele is among the performers who, early in his career, graced the stage of the Palomino Club, the legendary
“‘Countryholic’ is a 100 proof honky-tonk song that will make you want to holler yee-haw!” say Steele. “That song is icing on the cake of a project three years in the making with an all-star cast of musicians and guests who are all helping to capture an era in music that seems to have vanished.”
The clip for “Countryholic,” penned by Steele with Ira Dean and Shane Minor, was shot at Green’s Grocery in Leiper’s Fork, just outside
A 2013 inductee into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Steele is a Golden Globe-nominated writer whose songs have been recorded by Tim McGraw (“The Cowboy in Me”), Rascal Flatts (“What Hurts the Most”), Trace Adkins (“Chrome”) and LeAnn Rimes (“Big Deal”), among dozens of others. In the early Nineties, he was the lead singer of the California-based country group Boy Howdy.
Sons of the Palomino will share details of “Countryholic” and their upcoming album during a chat on their Facebook page Friday night at .