Country singer David Nail chats with Suite101 about his newest album "The Sound of a Million Dreams".
On Friday, May 4, 2012, Suite101 had the pleasure to interview country singer and MCA Nashville recording artist David Nail. He talks about his singles “Let It Rain,” “The Sound of a Million Dreams,” as well as his new album and tour with Billy Currington.
The title track of his sophomore CD, The Sound of a Million Dreams, which was released on March 5, 2012, via his label, is his current radio single. “It’s a song that talks about my love for music, as well as everybody’s love for music. I always say every night at my shows that we are there to let loose, sing along, hang out and have a good time, but we are there for the love of music and we have a tendency to reference things of our past. I think that really describes all that really well.”
His vocals on this tune are slightly reminiscent to those of Rascal Flatts lead singer Gary LeVox. “That’s a great compliment! Gary is a great singer and he is definitely known as ‘the voice,’” he states.
David filmed a music video for the song which was directed by Chris Hicky. It includes archive home footage and photographs from David’s childhood, such as his father introducing him (as a young kid) at a concert where he played the drums, and it concludes with his grandfather holding the commemorative plaque of his chart-topping single for “Let It Rain.”
“The video was very personal to me, and I felt that I wanted to share all of these moments with people,” the Missouri native adds. For the full interview, check out Suite101.Com