Editor’s Note: We’re trying this again. Getting 30 artists to answer the same question. For the month of September–one for each day–we’ll be getting 30 Lubbock-West Texas singer-songwriters to answer the following question. For the complete list of September answers, click here.
Is there a song that you’ve written that you find yourself singing with your eyes closed more often than not when performed live? Why?
“I would say that “Little Darlin,'” which is one of our new songs would be the song I close my eyes on the most. It’s very easy to get into and it’s also more of a story. I don’t feel like it’s one that I’m making this huge connection with the crowd, so I don’t have to engage the audience as much, so I just get into it.”
—Randall King, songwriter
Since “Little Darlin'” doesn’t have a studio version just yet, listen to “Don’t Ask Her Tonight” from his 2013 debut album Old Dirt Road below. Like Randall King Band on Facebook here and follow them on Twitter here.