Jordan Riley’s first single of 2022, “Somebody’s Gonna” was released March 4, as his first single with Red Brick Records.
“Somebody’s Gonna” has been doing well on streaming platforms, and May 20th, Jordan Riley released the acoustic version of the single.
The Story of “Somebody’s Gonna”
“Somebody’s Gonna” is a tale as old as country music. A guy with a broken heart walks into a bar and sees the girl of his dreams. Jordan narrates the story in such a sweet unassuming way.
The chorus is simple and alluring:
“Somebody’s gonna ask your name, what you drink, where you’re from and what you think ‘bout letting him spin you ‘round. Yeah from where he’s at right now, somebody looks so perfect. The whole bar stares, in his eyes, it’s just you there. Somebody’d change his world, just for you girl, you’ll see. Somebody’s gonna be me.”
“Somebody’s Gonna” is a great love song that will have you daydreaming of being stopped in your tracks by someone special.
“Somebody’s Gonna” Is Making Radio Waves
“Somebody’s Gonna” landed #15 on the iTunes Canadian Country Charts, is in regular rotation on CBC Country/SiriusXM Channel 171, and has been picked up by an impressive number of radio stations across the country. The single also reached #1 on Dirt Road FM’s radio charts.
Get To Know Jordan Riley
Jordan Riley’s latest single, “Somebody’s Gonna” is his first release of 2022, debuting at #15 on the . Riley signed with independent label, Red Brick Records in December 2021
Riley grew up in Innisfil, Ontario surrounded by the influence of music. After getting his first guitar at eleven years old, Riley found his way to country music by thirteen, playing popular country covers.
His single, “Still Got It” was released in 2020, which was co-written and produced by Taylor Abrams of the James Barker Band. “All Nighter” was released in February 2021 and is also co-written with Taylor Abram and Connor Stephen of James Barker Band.
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