Award-winning Irish country music sensation, Derek Ryan, has released his latest single, The Cows on the Hill.
The singer/songwriter – who has several chart-topping albums – launched the official music video for the track on Wednesday, August 10th, 2022.
The release follows his success with You’re Some Girl, which he recorded earlier this year to coincide with his “most successful” concern tour since he formed his band over one decade ago.
The Cows on the Hill is available on all music streaming platforms, including YouTube and Spotify.
Meanwhile, in recent weeks, popular singer-songwriter, trucker and agricultural contractor, Marty Mone, released his latest self-penned single, Spirit Ship.
According to the artist, this song “tells the hauntingly beautiful story of love, loss, life, death and heartbreak with a masked tale of happiness and romance”.
He says he tells a story of love, loneliness, guilt, penance and finding peace.
He began the journey of writing this song when he was 17 and finally completed it 20 years later.
Mone says this is “very much highlighted” in the song, which you can hear from the viewpoint of a teenager and also from the outlook of a 30-year-old.
Read more on this news article.
Other music news on That’s Farming:
Last year, That’s Farming interviewed country music jiving duo Annette and Colin McCormack from Drumshanbo, Co. Leitrim.
The couple, who lease a 34-acre farm, are parents to twin girls: Saoirse and Shauna (1) and run A&C Country Jiving.
Colin told That’s Farming:
“From a young age, I had a huge interest in farming and pedigree show cattle. I used to always halter train a calf on the farm. As I got older, I started going to winter fairs and bull sales in Carrick-on-Shannon and Tullamore.”
“I am a Charolais breeder to the core, and I have been over to shows and sales in Scotland and France. Annette also hails from a farming background.”
“I operate a beef enterprise of 10 cows consisting of breeds such as Charolais, Limousins, Shorthorns and Salers with one pedigree Simmental cow.”
Read the interview in full.