KING CALAWAY RELEASES VIVACIOUS NEW TRACK “I’M FEELIN’ GOOD (STEVE MILLER BAND),” PRODUCED BY ZAC BROWN, AVAILABLE NOW.
“One of Country music’s fastest rising bands” (The Late Late Show with James Corden), King Calaway releases their vivaciously fun new track “I’m Feelin’ Good (Steve Miller Band).
“‘I’m Feelin’ Good (Steve Miller Band)’ is a song you can’t help but groove and dance to,” shares King Calaway. “It’s one of our favorites to play live because the crowd’s energy and reaction to it is just unmatched. We had a great time laying it down in the studio and experimenting with some Steve Miller inspired sounds.”
Just days before front man Steve Miller’s birthday, the energetic new song – produced by founder, front man, and lead vocalist for the multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning group Zac Brown Band, Zac Brown – is an ode to Steve Miller Band’s iconic anthems.
“With a drink in my hand, singing “rockin’ me baby,” the tribute transports you back to the best times, the best memories, and the best soundtrack for making more of both.
Due to high demand and a boisterous audience response during their lives sets this summer, “I’m Feelin’ Good (Steve Miller Band)” will release just in time for the band’s US Autumn tour dates, where they will join the multi-platinum Grammy-nominated Blanco Brown on his Monster Energy Tour as well as Country hitmaker Dustin Lynch on select dates of his Party Mode Tour.
I’m Feelin’ Good (Steve Miller Band)” follows their “star making release” (Billboard) “When I Get Home,” co-written and also produced by Zac Brown.
Prior to the band’s performance with Brown at Nissan Stadium during this year’s CMA Fest, Zac Brown exclusively told People: “I recognized the talent this young group has and when we started working in the studio so much more unfolded, and I believe in these guys…Lots to come from King Calaway.”
Named one of the seven new Country acts to watch out for by Billboard, King Calaway recorded their Steve Miller ode – written by Wendell Mobley, Chris Stevens, Neil Thrasher – at Zac Brown’s Southern Ground Studio in Nashville, and it is just the second taste of even more Zac Brown-produced new music coming soon.