Todd Fritsch is back in the saddle – and Country radio – after a roping accident on the family cattle ranch left him with a crippling leg injury three years ago. “It was a long road to recovery,” says the engaging Texan. “But I had my second surgery this past December and I’m rehabbed and ready to go.” “Calls I Haven’t Made” is an outstanding song choice; Todd’s rich voice resonates throughout this intriguing tale of redemption, and he’s supported by top-drawer production and talented players. Fans can purchase the new single from iTunes.
“It’s a little bit more of a ‘Nashville sound’ than anything I’ve done before,” admits Fritsch, who enjoyed a string of hits with his previous Country singles (What’s Wrong With Me, Small Town Radio, I Don’t Live Here Anymore, I Got Mexico, and a duet with Texas legend, Gary P. Nunn, Every Honky Tonkin’ Hero (Has His Day).
“Calls I Haven’t Made” was produced by respected Nashville insider, Butch Baker. The track is from Todd’s upcoming CD, UP HERE IN THE SADDLE, due later this Spring. “I think ‘Calls’ will give radio a good idea of what the new album has in store,” says the amiable entertainer. “There are a few surprises and a little more polish on this project; fans are loving the new songs and they’re going over well at my shows.”