New Oxford, PA – It was announced today that Austin Rife will be heading back into the studio to record a new EP in late 2020. It has been roughly 6 years since the country singer songwriter formally cut any type of record. In that period of time, Rife did record a few one-off songs while attending Appalachian State in Boone, NC and also did a few acoustic tracks for the Academy of Media Production in Hanover, PA. This effort will be different though as Rife will be recording with OmniSound Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. OmniSound is a top rated country studio that cut records with the likes of Blake Shelton, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, and other big hitters in the country music industry. Rife said “This is a really cool opportunity. It’s been awhile since I cut any type of released record, but we figured if we are going to take the time to do it, why not do it big. There is no better place to cut country music than the music city.” Rife had dreamed of cutting songs in Nashville for a long time, but it has finally become a reality. The 25 year old New Oxford native will be recording an all original 5 song EP. “My goal is to write and release songs that reach out and touch people; to write songs that speak to the common man. With Lee and the folks at OmniSound, I think we will be able to do just that in a radio quality format.” Rife will be heading down to Nashville to record in September of 2020. Stay tuned for updates!
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