Country Singer-Songwriter Houston Bernard Recently Released The Music Video For His Single “Hangover” Off His Upcoming EP

Country Singer-Songwriter Houston Bernard Recently Released The Music Video For His Single “Hangover” Off His Upcoming EP


New York, NY – (June 2, 2022) – Oklahoma born and Boston based Country Singer-Songwriter Houston Bernard recently released his latest country rocker single “Hangover” in the build-up to his upcoming EP, set for release later this year. Just last week Houston premiered the music video for “Hangover” with All Country News when it was featured as their video of the week. In addition to releasing music Houston Bernard is touring extensively across the U.S. playing with his full band as well as some select solo acoustic dates.  Bernard’s country roots run deep with a family tree that includes songwriters, touring musicians and more! In his own music, Houston draws upon his family’s rich country and rockabilly musical roots, as well as his own personal experiences like his time in the U.S. Army, where he served nine years. His sound brings together upbeat, relatable music with powerhouse vocals and enough country twang that transcends age, and resonates with a large audience. Like many artists touring and performing in front of live crowds is something extremally important to Houston Bernard, as he can be found regularly performing at venues across the country, performing songs from his back catalogue as well unreleased and new singles like “Hangover.”

When asked about his latest single “Hangover,” Houston said, “Hangover is such a fun and relatable song, especially after the pandemic when a lot of us felt more comfortable at home than going out or our favorite bars were closed.”

Houston was first exposed to country music while growing up in Norman, Oklahoma by way of his father and uncle, who toured and performed in various country bands. His uncle Johnny Bernard co-wrote “Muddy Mississippi,” a song which appeared on Reba’s 11th studio album Reba Nell McEntire. Both his father Donny Bernard and Uncle  Johnny toured and backed up country music greats like Tanya Tucker, Wanda Jackson and Sleepy LaBeef. Performing as Rebel Brothers, the Bernards were regulars in the bustling Oklahoma, Texas and Nashville country music scenes throughout the 70’s. However, Houston never really had the chance to get to know his father all that well. When he was about three years old, his family relocated to Anchorage, Alaska due to his father re-joining the Army after a slowing touring schedule led to financial hardships for his family. Soon after that his parents split up, his Mom eventually remarried, and relocated him and his brother to a small town of Wasilla, Alaska. Nevertheless, Houston had still inherited a natural curiosity for music, singing and performing, almost as if it were passed down through genetics in some way. Another staple of Houston’s country roots is infamous American outlaw George “Bitter Creek” Newcomb, Houston’s great-great-grandfather and originally a member of the Dalton Gang. However, Newcomb was booted from the gang by Bob Dalton for being too wild, and formed his own band of cowboy outlaws with Bill Doolin known as the ‘Wild Bunch.’ Newcomb, who died from a gunshot wound in 1895, was the inspiration behind The Eagles’ song “Bitter Creek,” which appeared on their 1973 album Desperado.

So far in his music career Houston has released a series of singles, EPs and albums, starting in 2013 with his debut self-titled EP, and then followed up with his first full length album Knockin’ Boots in 2015. In 2018 Houston released his second EP Lucky Man, followed by Freedom, in 2020, which continued to raise Houston’s profile as a diverse country music singer and songwriter.
Houston has shared bills with many country superstars over the years like Luke Bryan, Old Dominion, Granger Smith, Michael Ray, Montgomery Gentry, Marshall Tucker Band, and Clint Black. Recent singles like “Hangover,” “All We Are Is Memories,” “People We Are,” and “American Dream” have garnered Houston hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify and YouTube, along with being featured on Country Rebel,, The Heartland Network, and The Country Network. Stay tuned to Houston Bernard’s socials below for more updates on the releasee of his upcoming EP as well as future tour dates from this talented Country singer-singer.

Houston Bernard 2022 Tour Dates:
June 2              The Woodlands, TX   Dosey Doe Breakfast, BBQ & Whisky Bar
June 3              Manchester, NH          Bonfire Bar
June 9              Boston, MA                Lily’s Bar
June 11            Blackstone, MA          Wojcik’s Farm Country Jam
June 15            New York, NY           Rockwood Music Hall
June 16            North Plymouth, MA  Moonrise Cinemas
June 17            Waltham, MA             Tempo In Waltham
June 25            Boston, MA                Loretta’s Last Call
July 2              Marblehead, MA        Marblehead Festival
July 14            Boston, MA                Loretta’s Last Call
July 17            Cranston, RI                Country Festival Rhode Island
July 21            Monte Vista, CO         Ski Ki Stampede
July 29            Winchester, NH          Monadnock Speedway
August 1         East Haddam, CT       Music On The River
August 18       Hampton, NH             Free Outdoor Show
August 19       Waltham, MA             Tempo In Waltham
August 20       Brookfield, MA          Jam & Jest Fest Summer Concert Seires
August 21       Marshfield, MA          Marshfield Fair
August 25       Boston, MA                Loretta’s Last Call

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