TOPS MULTIPLE CHARTS WITH THREE MILLION FIRST-WEEK U.S. STREAMS
NASHVILLE HEADLINE DEBUT AT RYMAN AUDITORIUM
SET FOR NEXT FRIDAY, SEPT. 22
NASHVILLE, TENN. – Nearing two weeks since the release of his third studio album, Tennessee-native Larry Fleet‘s Earned It is making an emphatic entrance, garnering three million U.S. streams in its first week.
Recognized as a notable release of the week by NPR‘s All Songs Considered, the album “bursting at the seams with songs demanding attention” (Entertainment Focus) earned the top spot on the iTunes Country chart and the No. 3 rank on the iTunes all-genre album chart, while breaking in on the Spotify U.S. Debut Album chart at No. 2. With a heavy-hitting 21 song selection, Earned It landed as a Top 15 Apple Music country album, charting in 75 territories globally, and is Top 15 now on the Billboard Heatseeker albums chart.
“I couldn’t be more grateful for the response this album has gotten so far,” says Fleet. “Sharing songs that are relatable for working people who go out and ‘earn it’ every day – that’s an honor and something I don’t take lightly.”
The road-tested performer will take the historic Ryman Auditorium stage before a sold-out crowd next Friday, Sept. 22, playing acclaimed singles like “Where I Find God” and showcasing the three albums worth of material now under his belt.
CRITICAL PRAISE FOR EARNED IT
“…further cementing his imposing talents as both songcrafter and vocalist, with a style that delves into blues, rock and retro-country with ease.” – Billboard
“His songwriting carries the weight of life experiences, resonating with those who’ve walked similar paths. With a remarkable ability to capture profound sentiments in a single line, Fleet’s lyrics have the power to touch souls and stir emotions and his voice is a force to be reckoned with – a powerhouse that ignites like a match.” – Entertainment Focus
“Three studio albums in with his latest offering, Fleet has laid the foundation as a flag-bearer for the traditional country sound, establishing himself as one of the genre’s powerhouse male vocalists.” – Holler
“Three chords and the truth, indeed.” – MusicRow
“…there’s something for every listener on this project, but Fleet adds extra heart into the message-driven songs.” – Taste of Country
“Not only does the Tennessee native have arguably the most soulful voice in all of mainstream country music, but he always knows how to get a great message across.” – Whiskey Riff