DALLAS REMINGTON DEDICATES “UNCOMMON MAN” TO HER FATHER AND ALL ESSENTIAL WORKERS
Country recording artist and songwriter, Dallas Remington, is proud to be a fifth generation Kentucky-born farming family and dedicates her new power ballad, “Uncommon Man” to her father and all essential workers amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The tune was penned by Remington and co-writer Courtney Bumbacher. Dallas premiered the song live on RFD TV and simulcast the performance on SiriusXM Rural Radio Ch. 147. The emotional ballad was released to radio today via MPE and supported by Doc Gonzales and Jennifer Blair Radio Promotions. Stream and download the new music on all digital music platforms here.
"'Uncommon Man' is one of the most special songs I have ever been a part of. I was so blessed to co-write this song with one of my best friends, Courtney Bumbacher, about two of the most important people in our lives - our dads. Since we wanted to vocalize how grateful we are to have come from what a lot of people would consider uncommon backgrounds, 'Uncommon Man' came straight from our hearts,” shared Dallas Remington. “Even though it was written about our dad's, more specifically farmers, we have come to realize there are so many different kinds of uncommon men and women in the world. I hope as people listen to this song, they will think about the 'Uncommon Man' in their life."
“ … There's no such thing as 40 hours
No working nine to five
blood sweat and tears
Praying to God help me survive
Through droughts floods
And never ending days
yeah he tries to keep his faith …”