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Redneck Fun with a Country Song to Workout To!

Country Music Artist Matt Farris has me hooked on his rising hit ‘Resident Redneck’ as well as ‘Party in the Making.’

As a Country Music Reviewer, I’m always on the lookout for excellent country music, and I have to say I found my two new favorite workout songs!

Sample Each Song on This Album on iTunes:

I have no idea if getting on a treadmill disqualifies me from getting my Redneck on. Still, I live in Canada, and it’s too damn cold to haul butt outside: It could be a pretty funny sight watching me jog with headphones on, overtop a hooded parka, listening to Party in the Making. The songs have a rockin’ beat, and I have to be honest; for almost 40 minutes, I was moving butt pretty fast (yes, I replayed them over and over). Now I’m hungry.

I needed to know more about Matt Farris, so I headed to Amazon to sample each song on his album; I’m not surprised he’s moving up in the Country scene because every song is good! I especially love ‘Me or the Whiskey’ <—-that’s a hit song! Another great song is ‘Tell Me That You Love Me.’


Since I’m just learning about Matt Farris and his band, I learned from this YouTube Interview that his dad and granddad are band members! Now, come on, that’s pretty awesome! You can read Matt’s full bio on his website; it’s fascinating, from Emergency Medical Technician and Firefighter to future Country Star.


New Music Weekly nominated ‘Resident Redneck’ for Country Single of the Year. He’s in with some high-caliber talent: Cassadee Pope (for Wasting All These Tears), Blake Shelton (for Boys Round Here), Taylor Swift (for Red), and others as well.

Fan’s of Matt Farris can find him on Twitter – @MattFarrisCNTRY & & 

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