Rising Country Talent Johnny Dailey Celebrates Causing ‘Trouble’ on Stadium Ready Anthem

Johnny Dailey celebrates causing some Trouble in the name of love on his latest single. The Alabama native is now working in Nashville and is quickly impressing with his country gems with heartfelt stories and big choruses.

“You were looking to paint outside the lines / I was tattoo ink, and a four wheel drive / You were heading to me didn’t think about what / Your daddy told you way back when / You were the queen of Alabama / And I was trouble…” Johnny sings on the nostalgic rollicking chorus for the track which he collaborates on with Joe Clemmons and Aaron Eshuis. With up-tempo production comprised on bold guitar and percussion, Johnny sounds great on the high-octane stadium-ready anthem.

Johnny has also released tracks Burns Like Whiskey, 24 and Driving Things Around in recent months. You can stream these on his Spotify. Connect with him below.

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