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Music Monday Artist Feature: Austin Burke

Arizona turned Nashville artist Austin Burke is releasing new music that you’re not gonna want to miss From his summer hit Wet Dream, the hilarious song that everyone will be blasting on the water to his new single, Changed Everything, releasing October 22nd, the Arizona boy is definitely making his home state proud. Burke, who grew up in Scottsdale, AZ, made the move to Nashville when he was just eighteen years old. Now, almost ten years later, he’s releasing unexpected hits and continuing to make a name for himself. Austin is currently signed under Thomas Rhett for publishing but is still working as an independent, unsigned artist. In 2020, he performed alongside Dierks Bentley at the Coors Light Birds Nest during the Waste Management Open.

Burke says his new fishing song, Wet Dream, has been turning heads and getting attention in ways he never expected. With a similar idea to Craig Campbell’s Fish, Burke and his co-writer came up with a banger of a song (no pun intended) that is both catchy and full of innuendos. Austin’s wife, Lexy, was also involved in the success of the song, producing the music video with their group of friends at the lake.

Austin and Lexy are known for being one of the most down-to-earth and generous couples in the “up and coming” music industry. From gifting $1,000 to their wait staff to sending monetary gifts via social media to fans who tune into their live streams, the Burke’s are definitely *couple goals* for anyone who follows them. Burke says, “I want to write music that just makes people feel good. We’ve all been through so much in the past almost two years, that I think people just need to hear something fun and light. I’m excited to finally be back out on tour, interacting with the fans again and just spreading some good into the world!”

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