CountryMusicRocks is shining it spotlight on country newcomer JT Hodges.  JT is bringing his fresh new sound to country music and we love it!!  Signed with Toby Keith’s label Show Dog Universal, Hodges new single “Hunt You Down” has headed to country radio and is already marked with the most adds for a rookie artist.

“Hunt You Down” is a solid, catchy & memorable debut tune about a guy who stops in Memphis where he meets a girl and they end up having a great time, all the while not talking about what the next day will bring.  JT sings And we danced and we laughed, never talked about tomorrow, We just lived a little in the here and now… She said “Look me up when you get back to town’ “Look you up,” I said, “Hell, I’m gonna hunt you down.”  By the end of the song, you will be singing right along or perhaps even whistling if your as talented as JT to do so!!
JT Hodges has just finished up his debut album which is scheduled to be released later this year.  In the meantime, you can purchase “Hunt You Down” on iTunes now by clicking HERE.

Be sure to start requesting “Hunt You Down” at your favorite country radio station and keep your eyes peeled & ears tuned-in as JT Hodges is one to look out for as he gears up to release his debut album.

For more on JT Hodges, visit his official website, Like him on, or Follow him on Twitter @HelloJTHodges.

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