LISTEN: The Frontmen Debut 'If It Wasn't For The Radio'
If ever there was a song we could get behind, it’s this one.
“If It Wasn’t For The Radio” is the brand new single from The Frontmen, a country supergroup made up of Larry Stewart of Restless Heart, Richie McDonald of Lonestar, and Tim Rushlow of Little Texas.
“All those honest melodies wouldn’t have a place to go / if it wasn’t for the radio,” they sing.
“That’s the soundtrack to my life / It makes you feel something real / yeah, it hits home every time.”
The song was written by Rushlow along with David Finley, Austin Cunningham and Kellys Collins.
The Frontmen have done a number of gigs over the years even though Stewart and McDonald are still performing with their respective bands.
Check out “If It Wasn’t For The Radio” below: