Americana Highways brings you this premiere of David Quinn’s song “Horses” from his forthcoming album Letting Go. The album features David Quinn; Margo Price band members Jamie Davis, Dillon Napier, and Micah Hulscher; with Laur Joamets (Sturgill Simpson, Drivin and Cryin) Brett Resnick (Kasey Musgraves), Andy Holcomb on bass and Jeff Lyman on pedal steel. Letting Go was produced by Mike Stankiewicz (Willie Nelson).
“Horses” is David Quinn on acoustic guitar and vocals; Brett Resnick on pedal steel; Andy Holcomb on bass; Micah Hulscher on keys; Dillon Napier on drums; and Jamie Davis electric guitar.
With plenty of pedal steel courtesy of Kasey Musgraves’ Brett Resnick; and country beats and organ courtesy of Margo Price’s rhythm and keys section, this song vividly paints a free-rolling countryside. Canter along with David Quinn, as wild and free as the inner horse we all carry.
“‘Horses’ is the song I have always wanted to write, and it came pretty easily when I was ready; it is something I have wanted to say for a while. It’s about being free and feeling free. That freedom is life near the bone. It’s running with the wind, and it’s where I find the most joy. I have always loved horses, especially wild ones. They always seem to be looking for the same thing that I was, so I immediately identified with them. I play this song at almost every show now, and I really enjoy doing it. It’s one of those songs that is extra special to me. – David Quinn
Find his music here: https://www.davidquinnmusic.net