Gary Quinn Releases ‘Complicated’
Gary Quinn has released his latest single titled ‘Complicated’ available to stream and download on all platforms now. The song is another Nashville co-write, this time with Arizona native Alec Petford, and is the hotly anticipated follow up to his last release ‘Nobody Somebody’ that placed at #1 on the UK Country Chart last month. ‘Nobody Somebody’ is also currently featured on Apple Music’s ‘Today’s Country’ and Spotify’s ‘Wild Country’, ‘New from Nashville’ and ‘Fresh Finds Country’ playlists.
“The song is about that age-old story of one person wanting to cross the line of friendship and explore something more in the belief the other person is on the same page. We sometimes make things far too complicated when they don’t have to be”, explained the Northern Irish singer.
Richard Alex took the production reins once again on the project having previously delivered ‘Tip Of My Tongue’ in 2019 and most recently ‘Nobody Somebody’.
Complicated is the second release of a three-single project that will be delivered through the first few months of 2021.
Gary Quinn is a 6-time British CMA Awards winner who continues to gather critical acclaim, at home and abroad. Hailing from Omagh, Northern Ireland but now based in Gtr Manchester, he has toured with Phil Vassar and William Michael Morgan, opened numerous CMA Songwriters Series in the UK and shared the stage with acts such as Kristian Bush, Mo Pitney and Sarah Darling. He has also performed on several occasions at the renowned Bluebird Café in Nashville, Tennessee. As a songwriter, Quinn has collaborated with Grand Ole Opry member and Grammy winner Steve Wariner as well as Brett James, Trent Tomlinson, Jenn Bostic and J.P Williams.
Despite the challenges presented by the Covid pandemic, 2020 has still been a hugely productive year. A fruitful five-week song writing visit to Nashville was followed by an appearance at Country 2 Country Berlin in March along with various online streaming performances throughout the year, most noticeably from the stage at the magnificent Symphony Hall in Birmingham.