SINGLE REVIEW: Joe Nichols “Hard To Be Cool”

SINGLE REVIEW: Joe Nichols “Hard To Be Cool”

Joe Nichols has released the third single off his album “Crickets“, and with “Yeah” and “Sunny And 75” still lifting our spirits high, he was not ready to bring it down just yet. “Hard To Be Cool” keeps the energy going and the mood happy with another playful love story that is impossible to listen to, without a smile on your face.

“She’s such a beautiful handful
Might be more than I can handle
She’s a wild child running down a Friday night
Got me wrapped around her finger and holding on tight”

He is falling head over heels for her wild personality. As the chorus hits, you can only imagine him shaking his head with a beaming, ‘What have I gotten myself into, but loving every minute of it’, look on his face.

“She’s so hot, hey, what’s not to love
Heaven’s little devil’s got me all messed up
She’s a little heart breaker, and I’m her fool
She’s so hot, it’s hard to be cool”

Hard To Be Cool” will have you hooked immediately at those first few guitar strums. The upbeat tempo and instrumental builds, allows for the excitement behind the lyrics to shine, unleashing an undeniable great feeling that will last long after the song ends.

The single is currently available HERE via Amazon and iTunes.

Joe Nichols has released the third single off his album “Crickets“, and with “Yeah” and “Sunny And 75” still lifting our spirits high, he was not ready to bring it down just yet. “Hard To Be Cool” keeps the energy going and the mood happy with another playful love story that is impossible to listen …

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About Kristin Whyte

Kristin Whyte
There was no specific event that made me fall in love with country music, it was simply the style that hit me the hardest. I’ve been involved with music from a young age and it has helped get to where I am today. I graduated Albright College with a degree in Music Business and currently work in New York City with Music Licensing. When I’m not working with music, you can find me listening to it, watching it, or playing it. I consider myself lucky when I look back at the various concerts I’ve attended, from classics such as Brooks & Dunn and George Strait, to the incredible new talents of Eric Church and The Band Perry. It only makes me want more. Music is something I can always count on and I’m excited to have the opportunity to share this love with all of you!

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