Jo Smith throws it back and down with “Old School Groove”

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – SMACKSongs artist Jo Smith throws it back and down with a Motown inspired torcher set to steel guitar on “Old School Groove,” which was revealed as a HIGHWAY FIND on SiriusXM’s “The Highway” on Friday, March 17.

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“I love how this song connects with people,” says Smith. “There is a reason that vinyl is making a comeback, and I think this song captures the essence of that time.”

“Old School Groove,” which was written by Ben Burgess, Bobby Huff and Smith, yearns for the 1960s when romance reigned and a lover’s heart could spin like “vintage vinyl.” It’s what would happen musically if Smokey Robinson and “Miss Country Soul” Jeannie Seely had a musical love child.

The song is the first release from Smith’s debut EP, Introducing Jo Smith, the four-song project was helmed by award winning super-producers Jesse Frasure (Thomas Rhett) and Shane McAnally (Sam Hunt, Kacey Musgraves) who together masterfully blended classic R&B with contemporary country.

Smith has a lot to celebrate. Earlier this week, the Country Music Association announced that Smith will perform on the 2017 CMA Fest Broadway Stage, with more performance details coming soon.

To learn more about Jo Smith, visit www.josmithmusic.com or follow her on Instagram and Twitter at @JoSMITHmusic and Facebook at www.facebook.com/josmithmusic.