The last weekend in October is coming up and on Saturday, Oct. 28, new country artist Trey Lewis is coming to 67 Landing in Texarkana.

Trey Lewis is a good ol' boy from Birmingham, Alabama he's always had a strong connection to country music by way of Garth Brooks who he used to listen to growing up. Having overcome an alcohol addiction during his younger years he learned to play the guitar while working at a smoothie shop, according to Wikipedia. After moving to Nashville, Tennessee he hooked up with some notable songwriters who helped him write a song called, "Gone Back to Dallas," wanting to add a little fun to the title, the song title was changed to a more raunchy title, "Dicked Down in Dallas" which landed him on the Billboard country charts at #12.  Since then he's had remixes with country rap artist Rvshvd and performed the song while on tour with Kid Rock and artist Twisted Brown.

While the song may have showcased a more non-traditional raunchy humorous side to Lewis he's out to prove that there's more to his music than just those kinds of songs. Personally,  If I had to compare his music to other country artists I would say he's a mix of Riley Green, Cole Swindell, and Morgan Wallen all rolled into one.

You will hear the real artistry of this talented singer with his new song "Always You."

Trey Lewis may still be a new name for country music radio but he's destined to change all that in the coming years. Look out he's just getting started!

Get more on Trey Lewis here or visit his website.

Get your tickets now to see Trey Lewis in Texarkana on October 28, at 67 Landing, and see what all the buzz is about for this upcoming rising star in country music.

I really like this song.

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