Interview with Chris Buck


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Chris Buck starts his next chapter with the release of his first single as a solo artist "Can't Beat The View," available for streaming everywhere now. Following his success fronting the Chris Buck Band, the feel-good new track leads Chris into a new era of his career, having recently signed a publishing deal with Anthem Entertainment, in addition to becoming the first artist signed with Sakamoto Music (via Warner Music Canada). The new single, produced by Jeremy Stover, Julian King, and Dan Swiminer, was written with a very personal love story in mind, “I had been dating my girlfriend for about a year and a half, and that’s where the inspiration came from, really,” Chris recalled. “It's basically about how you've seen all the beautiful sights in the world, but your girl beats all of them at the end of the day. I think that’s an idea a lot of people are going to relate to.” Chris co-wrote the track with fellow Nashville based Canadians, Jordan Oorebeeck, Dave Thompson, and Jimmy Thow. Five years since breaking onto the scene with his self-titled, debut album, the singer/songwriter has continued to make a name for himself on the Canadian country stage, and beyond. One of the fastest rising Canadian country acts since the release of the Billboard Top 20 hit "That’s When You Know" featuring Kira Isabella, Chris saw the track hit hard with over 7 million streams, earning him a GOLD certified record and a CCMA Award nomination for Video of the Year. Buck went on to release his sophomore album ALL IN in 2019, adding to his total five Top 40 singles and over 13 million streams.

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