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Preston Summerville / Press

““One of the reasons I wanted to be a songwriter was because no matter what’s going on in life, whether it’s good or bad, my situation or my family or friends, all I can think about is how can this go into a song. That’s how I knew there could never be another path for me.””

“While there isn’t one direct path that a new artist can take to getting noticed, there are certain things to aim for that includes bringing something to the table that is very familiar to our listening ears, but also that stretches the boundaries within that familiarity to offer us something that is just a touch different to make you stand out. Polk County, GA native Preston Summerville set out his path earlier this year with the release of his EP One More Time and is now returning with something very intriguing in his new single “How Do I Get You Back.” Following along with the very modern trend set in motion by Sam Hunt and Old Dominion, Summerville talks his way through the verses before allowing his vocals to soar in the chorus.”

“Polk County native Preston Summerville joins other up-and-coming country stars in Rome on March 14 when the Pepsi On the Rise Tour makes its final stop. Summerville’s EP “One More Time” debuted at #72 on the iTunes Country Charts when it debuted in January. His single, “Hometown Pride” has been getting air play from radio stations across the country and Summerville will be a cohost on the air for “Backyard Country on Atlanta’s 94.4 The Bull on March 7. Summerville is currently on the Pepsi On the Rise Tour, a 24-city, 15-state tour on which he shares the stage with Kirstie Lovelady and Them Dirty Roses. The tour’s final stop will be at the Brewhouse Music and Grill in Rome on March 14.”

“This 24-year-old man who grew up on his grandfather’s farm in Polk County, GA is poised to take country music by storm by having his first independent 5 Song EP debuting at #72 on the iTunes country chart and being featured in the Pepsi’s Up and Rising Stars multi-state tour. All of the success coming his way is because he is doing his thing, writing songs he feels, and just being Preston Summerville. Preston is spending time in Nashville writing part-time but is looking for an apartment to rent while he is working in Nashville. Preston has just released a 5 song EP on I tunes as an independent artist and if being an independent, unsigned artist helps write and record songs like are on the EP, I say stay independent.”

“EP Review: Preston Summerville “One More Time””

“I recently had the opportunity to interview Preston Summerville of Cedartown, Ga. Please see the link below for the full interview! 12/01/21/jrc-muzik-group-presents-preston-summerville/”

“Recently I was introduced to the music of Preston Summerville. At first glance he seems like your ordinary boy next door but when he sings that first verse you’ll realize his voice is anything but ordinary.Music isn’t something new to Preston, he’s been involved in it most of his life. One thing I admire is when an artist writes their own music, which Preston does. He’s been known to say that although he enjoys performing his love is in writing music. To me a song has more emotion if the writer is performing it. My favorites from Preston would have to be Come Back To Georgia or Southern Way of Doing Things. If you like what you hear you can find out more about Preston at www.reverbnation.com/prestonsummerville and on their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Preston-Summerville-Band/275155355874671 ”