About "Ain't Bad For A Good Ol' Boy"

Acclaimed country music singer/songwriter Mo Pitney’s new radio single, “Ain’t Bad For A Good Ol’ Boy,” highlights the simplicities of everyday life, no matter how big or small. “When first reading through the lyrics of the tune,” shares Pitney, “It was like reading our mail. We were right in the middle of building our first house and were honing in on the simpler things in life. Looking back over my life and where I came from, just as a simple country boy, I feel like I’ve scored pretty high. Being able to say, ‘I ain’t too bad for a good ol’ boy,’ came very naturally.” Written by Pitney, Phil O’Donnell, and Trent Willmon, “Ain’t Bad For A Good Ol’ Boy” is part of Mo’s upcoming, Jim “Moose” Brown-produced album, Ain’t Lookin’ Back, releasing August 14, 2020.

Ain't Bad For A Good Ol' Boy (Behind The Song)

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Support for Mo Pitney

“Mo Pitney makes the kind of music that old country music fans wants to hear, and young country fans can’t help but love. ‘Ain’t Bad For A Good Ol’ Boy’ is a hit-worthy tempo with a killer groove; it’s sure to have its own voice on Country radio. Mo is today’s answer to what country music is missing.” – Young Music City

“With his strong-but-tender vocal leading the way and a timeless sound underneath, the rising talent tells his significant other than every day together feels just like the first time.” – Sounds Like Nashville on Pitney’s song “Right Now With You”

“…He has a penchant for reaching for emotionally resonant themes that are often more profound than much of contemporary country music, which helps his music stand out that much more.” – Taste Of Country

About Mo Pitney

Curb Records recording artist Mo Pitney received a standing ovation the very first time he performed on the iconic Grand Ole Opry stage. Named an “Artist To Watch” by Rolling Stone, Billboard and The Bobby Bones Show, Pitney has amassed over 22 million on-demand streams since the release of his autobiographical debut, Behind This Guitar. The Illinois-native leans on the influences of traditional country stalwarts like Ray Price, Buck Owens, Roger Miller and Merle Haggard. His original song, “Ain’t Bad for a Good Ol’ Boy,” was recently featured on The Ranch (A Netflix Original Series Official Soundtrack). His sophomore LP, Ain’t Lookin’ Back, released August 14, 2020.