Hayden Coffman gives us a twangy throwback song “That’s Just Me”
Trey Bonner Raised Rowdy Contributor
Hayden Coffman just released his single “That’s Just Me”. This song has the early 2000’s country twang that we’ve all been missing. Hayden has been making big moves in the music industry. So far, he’s already opened up for Confederate Railroad, Adairs Run, and Seth Ennis.
“That’s Just Me” is a true song of the south! Hayden speaks what we have all been thinking, showing love to the SEC, Mama’s biscuits, and good ole Jack Daniels. If y’all haven’t seen Hayden live, it’s a real party.
A good friend of Hayden’s, Chandler Brown originally wrote the song about 7 years ago. With a few slight changes Hayden deemed it ready to cut. This is Chandler’s first cut, but the two have worked diligently on a number of other songs to be released in the future. Hayden has been playing ‘That’s Just Me’ since November and it never fails to get the crowd on their feet.
This is Hayden’s first full production with RCA studios and producer Eddie Gore. Eddie’s tagline for Hayden is ‘Real Drums, Real Fun, Real Country.” Which is about as accurate as you can get with this team.
Y’all check out his new single “That’s Just Me”.