Greg Moses Shows Us What’s The Best About ‘Good Ole Country Raisin’ In New Country Single

Greg Moses was born to sing. The country and gospel singer-songwriter was the son of two musically-inclined churchgoers from Tennessee, and Greg grew up singing in his church choir, as well as singing along with Elvis records in his hometown of Madisonville.

After discovering a slight leaning towards pop music, thanks to The Eagles, Greg started writing and performing songs that open up the country lifestyle to people, no matter their background.

Greg Moses’ most recent release, ‘Good Ole Country Raisin”, sees him lay out in front of him what has made him how he is. From the military service of his father and friends, to his Saturday morning fishing trips, he extols the virtues – and fun – of a country upbringing, fully-fleshed out with fiddle, guitar, and drums driving the rhythm.

The music video for ‘Good Ole Country Raisin” takes a deeper look into Greg Moses’ life. Created alongside his friend and frequent collaborator, Mike Anderson, the clip takes viewers on a trip around Madisonville, soaking up a day in the life of Moses. We cruise along with a fishing boat behind his pick up truck, from military memorials to family picnics, from his thriving garden, to the local A&W, for a delicious root beer. The laid back lifestyle is a different one from that which many viewers will have experienced, but it’s certainly one to consider taking up.

Check out the music video for ‘Good Ole Country Raisin” below, and follow Greg Moses online on Facebook.

Greg Moses - "Good Ole Country Raisin'" (Official Music Video)

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