Montdale native and Nashville recording artist Nate Hosie recently released his latest single “Rocked All Summer Long” on all digital music outlets.
“This song is all about growing up in Montdale with my family and friends and rocking through the summer,” Hosie said, according to a press release. The single is a follow-up to Hosie’s 2017 EP “The America I Know.”
After gaining popularity in his home region with former band Maybe Someday, Hosie went on start a solo country music career and has opened shows for musicians including Luke Bryan, Travis Tritt and Brantley Gilbert. He also appears on reality TV hunting show “HeadHunters TV” on the Outdoor Channel, now in its ninth season. While he has no Northeast Pennsylvania shows planned at the moment, Hosie’s kept busy playing music festivals around the country including BowFest in Superior, Wisconsin, with country stars Clint Black and Clay Walker.
Hosie plans to head into the studio in August for a project to be released in the fall.
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