Nashville, Tenn. (September 29, 2023) – Acclaimed Nashville singer-songwriter Larry Cordle ushers in the fall season with a brand new single and music video for “November Wind.” The song is available now at all major outlets for streaming and purchasing. Cordle co-wrote the tune with Larry Shell and Trey Hensley.

Cordle explains the song’s genesis. “November Wind’ was a song Idea that I’d had in my back pocket for a good while. I was saving it for my old friend and frequent co-writer Larry Shell, hoping that he would like it, the next time I got the opportunity to write with him. We had already written a few songs with our pal Trey Hensley and so when Shell came back to Nashville, from his Florida home, we managed to get Trey to a writing session with us.”

“I had written down some of what I thought might be the first verse of the song. I didn’t start out the session by pitching the song idea to the boys. As we always do, we kicked around a couple of things which didn’t seem to be going anywhere, so Shell said what about the ‘November’ thing you were telling me about. I played what I had of it, and it seemed to gain traction from there. I had had the cold shoulder thought… a person’s cold shoulder and a cold highway shoulder and the boys helped me craft the melody and the tale into what you hear. It just naturally felt like a breakup song and so, we just let it be what it was going to be. I love writing with these two. We always get something I like. I only wish we got to do it more,” said Cordle.

“November Wind” is one of three songs appearing on Cordle’s upcoming album scheduled for release early in 2024. Other songs include “East Kentucky Blues,” which made its return to the Bluegrass Today Top 20 Weekly song chart this morning, and his last single, the hilarious tune “The Abduction of Antônio Vilas-Boas,” a song that Terry Herd brought to the table during a writing session with Larry Cordle and Larry Shell.

Radio programmers can download the song at AirPlay Direct or send a request to Hope River Entertainment.

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