Riley Green Releases New Cover Of 'Where Corn Don't Grow'
Riley Green is one of the most slept on/biggest up and comers in country music.
I know, I know..that sounds ass backwards. But as much as an oxymoron as it may sound, it's the truth.
From 'There Was This Girl' to 'I Wish Grandpa's Never Died', (which was a big "F*ck You" to country radio, even more so than most people realize considering it's the song that he sent out to get played on the same stations he was criticizing,) Riley has been busy sharing acoustic videos of new music he's been working on over the past year, while also releasing a pair of EP's since his debut album.
On top of getting fan's more and more excited for his sophomore record every time he throws a new song on social media, Riley released a cover of "Where Corn Don't Grow" on all streaming platforms today. The song was originally recorded by Waylon Jennings in 1990 but my personal favorite version has always been the the top ten hit cut by Travis Tritt in '96.
Still, I love hearing old songs with new renditions, or, well..just old songs still being recognized today in general. Props to Riley Green. It sounds damn good.