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Steven Padilla

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It has been said that the true path to happiness is to follow your heart. And in the case of Steven Padilla, his heart lead him to Nashville where he immersed himself amongst the creative and songwriting community and while honing his craft, he settled in on a sound that is both reverent of the past and serving as a guidepost of where country music’s future can be. Both vintage and modern in approach and just downright cool. 
It is that dual dichotomy that brought what has become his forthcoming album Hank and Jesus into the world. Co-produced with Leroy Powell and Misa Arriaga, the album features eleven songs which run the gamut of the human condition; from Saturday night revery to Sunday morning confessionals and everything in between. Take “Me Before You,” a song about finding redemption thanks to the strong love of a woman. The song has earned an early believer in Shooter Jennings who has spun it during his Electric Rodeo radio show on SiriusXM’s Outlaw Country channel stating, “This is some cool-ass shit.” 
The title song, “Hank And Jesus,” showcases the power of love to help one find the light and serves as the anchor for the entire album. There’s admiration for the strength of the fairer sex in “Fight Like A Girl”; reverence for family (“My Old Man”), humorous takes at modern romances (“Love Online”), among the eleven tracks. Everything about Hank and Jesus  is a reflection on Steven Padilla’s decision to follow his heart and make the kind of music he likes to listen to. From the 10 originals and one outside song (“Million Miles Away” from fellow Alabama native Adam Hood), to the musicians hand-picked to work on the record, there was a purpose to the creation of Hank And Jesus and now it’s here for the world to enjoy.


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