On Wednesday (10/10), Warner Music Nashville artist Dean Alexander stopped by MusicRow headquarters. The West Virginia native played a couple of songs, including his single “Moments” and a cut called “Nothin’.”
When asked about his style, Alexander was quick to point out that he’s mainly influenced by Dwight Yoakam. “I had a chance to meet him once, but chickened out,” he laughed.
Alexander started his radio tour yesterday (10/11). Details on his upcoming album are still forthcoming. For more information, click here.
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