Chase Miller releases a new single called Redneck Weekend

Chase Miller Gets Ready for a Redneck Weekend!

Emerging artist Chase Miller has released a new Summer tune called “Redneck Weekend” that’s sure to set the mood for a great patio or backyard BBQ.

“Redneck Weekend” by Chase Miller is a really fun single that’s all about enjoying the weekend, having a good time with your buds, and pounding a few brewksies back. The vocals of the single are strong, and remain consistent throughout the duration of the track. The vocals are a nice contrast to the musical accompaniment which starts mellow, then picks up to a country-rock anthem.

It’s actually the perfect song to throw on at the end of the day on Friday to get pumped for the weekend.

Better yet, go find out where Chase Miller is playing live and listen to the song live and enjoy your beer while rocking along with him. This song would actually sound great in a live environment!

Chase Miller performing

Chase Miller Performing Live – Photo by: Travis Kerner

“Redneck Weekend” is actually a really fascinating song. There are some really rock-heavy guitars in the song, but they’re so well-balanced with Chase’s voice that the song is really easy to listen to. The guitars don’t hit you so hard, which is really interesting. A lot of country rock singles, such as Eric Church’s single “The Outsiders”, has guitars that just shred through the music. Eric Church’s song is phenomenal, but it’s not the most approachable. Chase found that balance, and it’s really nice. Country fans will love it, and rock fans will certainly also appreciate it.

We’re really looking forward to hearing more from Chase Miller. Keep it up!

Listen to “Redneck Weekend” by Chase Miller

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Front Porch

In country music, the Front Porch has long been a place of reflection. A place where you can look at the life you have inside that front door. A place where time almost seems to stand still, where you can get away. It’s also a place where you can go to observe the world as it passes by you. To think about your place out there beyond the driveway.

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