Let me go on record as saying that David Nail has one of the best voices of anybody in music today.
His range, power, and overall class is unmatched, and tonight at Banita Creek Hall in Nacogdoches, you'll have a rare chance to catch him in concert.
It was close, but Sara Evans and her latest single 'Anywhere' wins again, this time taking 53% of the vote over David Nail and his version of Adele's hit 'Someone Like You'.
Today, Evans will go for her 4th straight win as she takes on the new song from Lauren Alaina 'Eighteen Inches'.
Congratulations to Sara Evans for another victory on the KICKS 105 Country Clash. She defeated the new song from Lonestar in yesterday's Clash, taking nearly 60% of the vote.
Evans challenger today is David Nail. The song is his version of Adele's hit 'Someone Like You'. Nail has been performing the song at his concerts and has received so many requests for it that he has recorded a studio vers
David Nail is pretty much one of those singers who can sing just about anything and nail it (no pun intended) on the first try. His powerful pipes, smooth voice and emotional delivery are what makes him a definite staple country music. Nail is always one to hear praise on a job well done, but he often finds himself in the same situation looking at other artists in the same light. In this case, Ade
Luke Bryan goes for another win on today's Country Clash after defeating Kix Brooks on yesterday's Country Clash.
Today, Bryan will go up against the latest from David Nail.
Listen to both songs after the jump.
Wherever David Nail is today, he is one happy man. This week, the Missouri native is experiencing what it’s like to sit atop the country singles chart with the nation’s No. 1 song. ‘Let It Rain,’ penned by Nail and hit songwriter Jonathan Singleton, knocked the Zac Brown Band‘s ‘Keep Me in Mind’ out of the top slot after multiple weeks.
David Nail’s career took plenty of twists and turns before he finally found his audience — including a busted deal at Mercury Nashville and a stint as a baseball coach. But when he finally released his debut album in 2009, its title ‘I’m About to Come Alive,’ proved prophetic.
Now, Nail is one of country’s hottest freshman acts, and he’s looking to build on that success with the release of his sec