-The Carter Twins, whose single debut “Heart Like Memphis” was one of country music’s most downloaded tracks this year, released CARTER TWINS – EP today. It’s a four song EP featuring their hit and three new tracks on Meteor l7. You can purchase the EP on iTunes HERE. The three new songs, “Wish I would’ve Kissed Her”, “Photo booth”, and “So What” were co-written by the twins, Zach and Josh Carter, and some of Nashville’s hottest writers such as Charles Kelly and Dave Haywood from Lady Antebellum, Tia Sillers (“I Hope You Can Dance”) and Liz Rose (co-writer on many Taylor Swift hits).
The Carter Twins have also recorded “Let it Snow” for A VERY SPECIAL CHRISTMAS VOLUME 7, benefiting Special Olympics. Their video for the track will debut Thanksgiving weekend. “We were so honored to be in the company of artists like Bono, Sheryl Crow and Alan Jackson who have contributed songs to the A Very Special Christmas series of albums,” said Zach of being asked to be on the CD. “Our challenge was to record give a new spin to a track that everyone knows,” reported Josh. Their version, produced by Rogers, is warm and modern, a perfect track for country and pop music fans, and a great Christmas song.
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