Eric Paslay performed ‘Angels in This Town live in Studio 1A on the ‘Today Show.’ The up and coming country music star also spoke the significance of the song which his from his highly anticipated sophomre album, ‘Dressed in Black.’
Eric Paslay’s sophomore album, ‘Dressed in Black, will be released via EMI Nashville. It’s the followup to his 2014 self-titled debut album which drew nearly universal critical acclaim. His breakthrough hit single from the album was ‘”Friday Night’ which he co-wrote and which was originally recorded by Lady Antebellum for their multiplatinum selling album ‘Own the Night’ of 2011.
Last year, alongside Dierks Bentley he was a featured artist on ‘The Driver,’ the Grammy-nominated debut solo single of Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley.
In a brief interview with fourth hour co-anchors Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford, he was asked about the significance of the song, ‘Angels in This Town.’ He said, “:From the teachers to the first responders; you can’t hemp but thank them.” Continuing, he added, “I also believe that my faith and stories I’ve heard, I believe in miracles and it’s also great to thank everyday angels.”
He also spoke about the “Angel Visits” he makes to hospitals, hospices, and other such venues whenever he performs in cities and town.
You can see Eric Paslay’s Today Show performance of ‘Angels in This Town’ and interview below!
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