Nashville based, Canadian country singer-songwriter Steve Rivers, is kicking off 2016 on a high note with the release of his debut single “Don’t Come Here Tonight” (CANCON) from his sophomore studio album, NO BOUNDARIES. Lyrically compelling, “Don’t Come Here Tonight” will resonate with anyone that’s encountered relationship challenges, breakups and a broken heart while enduring the process of moving on. “I’m very excited to finally release “Don’t Come Here Tonight” to radio,” says Rivers, “This is one of my favorite songs that I’ve co-written and it comes from a real honest place that I think many people will relate to.”
Early reviews are enthusiastic and supportive of Rivers’ long-awaited single.
“2016 will be starting off on the right track with the new single from Steve Rivers, ‘Don’t Come Here Tonight.’
We all need a little down time, some time to ourselves, and this song certainly captures that mood!
It builds nicely to the chorus and takes off from there.
Great track from his solid ‘No Boundaries’ album!”
Randy Owen, Country 107.3 Tillsonburg, ON
“Loving the new single from Steve Rivers!
Top notch production on a well written track….
This is a no doubt add for us!”
Cory Noel, 96.5 CKFM, Olds, AB
“Steve is an artist who keeps it real in all the songs he writes.
You can tell he has lived in every lyric and experienced every line.
What’s great about that is Steve puts the listener in the story right there with him.”
John Roberts, Program Director Country 93 WMPA (Grand Haven MI)
With radio tracking and promotions through Adrian Lock of Vancouver’s Pitbull Promotions and radio consulting and strategy management through Dale Peters of Toronto’s Dale Speaking, NO BOUNDARIES was supported through the FACTOR juried sound recording program, recorded and produced in Toronto and London (Ontario, Canada) by award winning producer Dan Brodeck. With firm roots planted in both Canada and the USA, Rivers has opened for The Eli Young Band, Parmalee, Eric Paslay, Charlie Worsham, Frankie Ballard, Josh Thompson and Greg Allman to name a few. With new shows being added in the US for the 2016 Season, plans are currently underway for Rivers to return to Ontario in February for performances in Toronto, Guelph and London.
“Don’t Come Here Tonight” (single) will be available on iTunes and digital retailers on January 8th.
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