Eric Paslay At Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
Singer/Songwriter Eric Paslay has just started to step into the spotlight, but he's no stranger in the world of country music. Before releasing his first singles, “Never Really Wanted” and 'If the Fish Don't Bite,” Paslay found success as a songwriter. He co-wrote Jake Owens' No. 1 hit 'Barefoot Blue Jean Night” and Eli Young Band's No. 1 “Even if it Breaks Your Heart,” as well as several album cuts for Lady Antebellum.
Paslay is a Texas native who is influenced by musical songwriters like Rich Mullins and Johnny Cash. Paslay has a special talent for connecting with audiences. His songs have a playful, thoughtful quality to them, and fans are eagerly awaiting his debut album. He's toured with some of country's biggest stars, including Little Big Town and Blake Shelton. Paslay made his debut on the Opry stage in January of 2012.