Americana Highways is hosting this video premiere of Brock Davis’ song “I Choose Love,” from his recently released album A Song Waiting to Be Sung, released on Rainwater Records in March. A Song Waiting To Be Sung was recorded and mixed by Zach Allen (Keb’ Mo’, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram) at “Ronnie’s Place” in Nashville. The album was produced by Brock Davis.
The album was created by musicians Marcus Finnie on drums; Duncan Mullins on bass; Pat McGrath on acoustic guitar and mandolin; Justin Ostrander (Lori McKenna) on electric guitar; Scotty Sanders and Russ Pahl (Yola) on pedal and lap steel; Michael Hicks on B3 Organ and piano; and Brock Davis on vocals. Backing vocals are courtesy of Kyla Jade, Blair Whitlow, Tania Hancheroff, Kristin K. Smith, Matt Dame, and Grant Vogelfanger.
The video is beautiful low lighting scenes of Brock performing the song. It was shot in the Nashville studio. Enjoy the focus on love that Brock Davis is offering, it’s time and we all need it. The recording is also contemporary and crisp.
I wrote that song because it was a message I needed to hear. It’s a message that sinks in a little deeper every time I sing that song. It was inspired by a quote from Martin Luther King, Jr., who said during his address at the 1963 Great March on Detroit: ‘I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear’. He was talking about racial injustice, but it struck me that the message was also so relevant to what can happen during a divorce. — Brock Davis
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Enjoy our earlier review of the album here: REVIEW: Brock Davis “A Song Waiting to be Sung”