f08dad9e1248e201aa61f001_280x250As one of the newest CMA ‘Who New To Watch Artists’ for 2014, country newcomer Mitch Goudy has been making waves in the music industry with his debut release, Blow These Speakers Out. This nineteen-year-old is back again with his follow-up single, Ain’t My Fault.
Fans can purchase it today on iTunes and by going to www.MitchGoudy.com. It’ll impact radio early June and Program Directors can find it on CDX #595.  
Ain’t My Fault was co-written by Goudy, Diana Upton-Hill and Justin Hill and shows off his youthful authentic country sound. This will be off his upcoming album, which will be released later this year. “I’m so excited for everyone to hear this song,” says Mitch. “We received a great response with the last single and I can’t wait to hear what fans think about this fun catchy song.”
“Always runnin’ late, Can’t concentrate, Let me set this straight
It Ain’t My Fault, Girl you got that groove
To Make Me Fall, but it’s worth the view
You’re that melody that moves through me…”
“At this rate, Goudy may very well be the next Hunter Hayes since many of the Hayniacs and fans of Scott McCreery are also fans of Goudy.” – Markos Papadatos, Digital Journal
“…If he keeps doing what he is doing, he will have a good career! He is definitely one to watch out for – big things ahead in his career.”  – Mike Betten, MD, KLMJ, Hampton, IA
“I will agree with CMA. He is one of the bright new stars to watch for!” – Phil Nee, PD, WCRO, Richland Center, WI
“He’s the new Brad Paisley!” – Jonathan Monk, Operations Manager, WGSQ, Cookeville, TN
“If Mitch comes to your hometown, you gotta go see this guy…and if he’s got a band behind him, he is gonna rip the stage off!” – Captain Jack, Renegade Radio Nashville
Mitch is gearing up to participate in his first CMA Music Festival week this June with his own booth inside the exhibit hall. He’s also continuously on tour and getting ready to open up for Rodney Atkins in Eldon, Iowa on June 21.
Hailing from the cornfields of southeast Iowa, Mitch grew up with a sense of pride about who he is and a strong notion of what he believes. His interest in country music began when he first picked up a guitar after suffering a traumatic knee injury that would forever limit his ability to play sports. His dad bought him that first guitar, put it in his hands and said, “Let’s see what you can do.” At that moment, Mitch found his passion and never gave up on it. Since then, he’s been rocking stages large and small across the country. For more information, check out his tour schedule or become a Goudy Rowdie, visit www.MitchGoudy.com

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