Chesney’s Songwriting Appears on David Nail’s New Album

posted July 28th, 2009 at 10:28 am

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by Josh Martn

One of country music’s hottest new male artists, David Nail, has a new album coming out on August 18th that includes a song written by Kenny Chesney and Scooter Carusoe. Alison at sings the praises of the song, entitled “Turning Home”:

For the last three days, I have been listening nonstop to his whole album, I’m About to Come Alive, that comes out in mid-August. And now I have another major favorite song. It’s called “Turning Home.” Kenny Chesney co-wrote it with country hit machine Scooter Carusoe, and I can’t imagine why he didn’t keep it for himself. Maybe it sounds too much like his version of Mac McAnally’s “Back Where I Come From.” Anyway, the quiet intro builds to a long song packed with imagery of street lights swaying in the breeze and picture postcards making good company. The gospel sound of the song and the soul in Nail’s voice have me hooked. And it’s shown me that he’s not just another smokin’ hot face.

Tagged in Albums, Related Artists, Singles

  • vicki weber

    I have read this article already.when kenny chesney wrote this song and passed
    it on, kenny should have kept this song to record on his next upcoming album.
    Kenny,i i hope that you are reading this because this comment is for you.You
    have been writing some religous songs and recording these songs on your albums
    and they are all good religous songs.has this thought ever crossed your mind to make a religous album someday soon? I will buy your religous album on CD if you will do it? DAVID NAIL,i AM GOING TO GET THIS ALBUM FROM YOU WHEN IT COMES OUT? I WANT TO HEAR THIS SONG THAT KENNY CHESNEY WROTE.


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