It's always nice to know when local musicians are making there mark in Nashville, Tenn. A couple of years ago, Texarkana native Nathan Belt did an Elvis tribute show at the Oaklawn Opry. Since then, he retired the Elvis act and returned to Music City to write and record a new single, "Four Letter Words."

Belt is currently working with a management team as an artist/songwriter as he did back in 2001 to 2004.  A new single is being released independently to iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and several other digital markets.

The single, "Four Letter Words," was written by Belt, A.J. Masters and Michael Heeney. The song is produced by Nashville legend Billy Joe Walker Jr. who has worked with artists like Bryan White, Travis Tritt, Tracy Byrd, Mark Chesnutt. The single features David Hungate (formally of the band Toto) on bass guitar as well as several other A-list studio musicians.  Belt says, "It's got a cool vibe to it that I feel reflects my love for traditional country artists as well as the sounds of Buck Owens, Garth Brooks, Dwight Yoakam and Marty Stuart."

After listening to the song it's reminiscent of another great singer/songwriter, Rodney Crowell.

Check out the song from the world famous Bluebird Cafe and visit Nathan Belt.com.