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Trent Harmon

Trent Harmon

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1
There’s A Girl
Trent Harmon
3:34
2
Falling (Remix)
Trent Harmon
3:17
3
Drink You Away
Trent Harmon
3:47
4
Sharp Dressed Man
Trent Harmon
2:53
5
Chandelier
Trent Harmon
3:34
Total Playing Time    17:05
"On Idol, Harmon proved an exceptionally versatile singer, tackling jazz, pop, R&B, soul and, yes, country ... Harmon, who grew up on a farm in Mississippi and got his musical start singing in church, goes back to his upbringing ..."
- Rolling Stone

This debut EP from Trent Harmon, the winner of the final season of American Idol in 2016, features the top 30 country radio hits There's A Girl and the Keith Urban-penned Falling along with three cover songs Harmon performed on the television show.

"Country has always been what I was most comfortable doing, because it's what I sang the most of when I was home. You're kinda playing the game when you're on one of these shows. It was so expected of me to sing country, especially for the very first audition."
- Trent Harmon
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – 19 Recordings Studio Masters

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