Shane O'Dazier
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Shane O'Dazier

Glen Allen, Virginia, United States | INDIE

Glen Allen, Virginia, United States | INDIE
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O'Dazier's smooth baritone vocal (that is somewhere near Joe Nichols and Jason Michael Carroll) helps sell the 'I hate this town because you're not in it anymore lyric." The melody features a mainstream country approach where the instruments blend together but there are noticeable flourishes of mandolin, steel guitar and Hammond organs in the mix. There is enough here to recommend this single to country fans but that doesn't mean it's an earth-shaking single. Rather, it's a pleasing, catchy single that radio can get behind; just the kind of single both Shane O'Dazier and Robbins Nashville should be releasing to gain a foothold at country radio.
- Roughstock - Matt Bjorke


"Shane is a young artist who has really found his voice as both a singer and a songwriter. One listen to 'I Hate This Town' and there's no denying he was born to sing Country Music." - Cory Robbins


Discography

Debut single: "I Hate This Town" plus "Dallas" and "Good News Bad News".

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A native of Birmingham, Ala., O’Dazier has established a loyal fan base through extensive touring in the Southeast. O’Dazier turned to music after his high school football ambitions were sidelined by a devastating car accident that shattered his ankle and nearly claimed his life. O’Dazier went on to attend Auburn University, where he earned a degree in forestry while honing his musical skills. But his passion for the latter soon ensured that the only timber O’Dazier would be working with was in the shape of a guitar. After a few positive meetings with some producers and publishers in Nashville, he made the move to Music City to pursue his passion. He spent his first few years there networking at writers’ nights. He soon put a band together and began touring extensively on the bar and college circuit, developing a loyal following in college towns throughout the South. The buzz he was generating caught the attention of Robbins Nashville, which offered him a record deal after just one meeting.