September: 24 For 30: Trent Langford

Photo Sep 25, 1 57 59 AM24Editor’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?

“It would definitely be “Middle of This Crowd,” which is a cut on our upcoming album The Night Before. Not because it hits me–which it does–but more because it’s maybe the most honest song we’ve played and it leaves me somewhat vulnerable in a live setting. It was a song written for me, if that makes sense, and not something I was all that excited to share with others at first, but it’s received a great response at shows and we even used it in a video as part of our Grey Room Sessions.

Trent Langford, No Dry County, songwriter

Listen/Watch to “Middle of This Crowd” in the Grey Room Sessions video below. Like No Dry County on Facebook here and follow them on Twitter here. Furthermore, NDC is in the process of recording the first full-length album and have a PledgeMusic page. They’re currently about 71% funded and have about two weeks left to meet their goal. Check out their PM page here and pre-order the album.


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