Nashville based band HERRICK has announced the radio released of “Do You Love Me” from the album NEW DANCE.
A music video for the song, which was co-written by Donna and Kerry Herrick, was previously released and captures Herrick’s passion for performing.
Herrick’s dynamic live show has given the band a stronghold on the touring circuit with an average 125 shows a year. The band is known for compelling songwriting, comprehensive instrumentation, and killer harmonies.
Tenacity. The members of this rising group have it in spades. Herrick demands perfection … of themselves and for their fans. The band returned to the studio multiple times to re-cut parts of NEW DANCE before the project was deemed complete. According to lead singer, Donna Herrick, the final result was worth the pain.
“We worked really hard, and it’s true; we actually cut the album four times,” Donna admits. “We were in a really powerful period of growth musically, and we kept discovering new directions. We wanted it to be the best it could possibly be for our fans; no cutting corners. It was wonderful and painful and exciting; really a labor of love that was four years in the making.”
Michael Bonagura (Bailee & The Boys) co-produced ten of the cuts on NEW DANCE, and Music Row icon Buddy Cannon produced four.
Herrick is comprised of Donna (mandolin/lead vocals), her husband Kerry Herrick (bass/vocals), percussionist/drummer Jeff Bradshaw and lead guitar player Jefferson Rogers. The music is varied and diverse, mixing tradition with contemporary sounds. Donna’s vocal range shines throughout, and on “Do You Love Me,” the angst is palpable.
Herrick won the prestigious Country Song Award in the 11th Annual Independent Music Awards (IMA) for “Cry Memphis,” which also appears on NEW DANCE. Previously, their dynamic musicianship and intricate harmonies proved to be a winning combination in the Jim Beam Battle of the Bands at the BamaJam music festival.
Check out www.herricklive.com for show dates and ticket information