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BoomTown Saints Sign With 8 Track Entertainment


Rising country duo, BoomTown Saints, have signed an exclusive long-term recording agreement with Nashville/Muscle Shoals-based entertainment company, 8 Track Entertainment and will release their label debut single, “All Trucks Go To Heaven,” to all digital service providers July 15th. Produced by Grammy award-winning engineer/producer Noah Gordon and industry veteran Gary Kraen, “All Trucks Go To Heaven” a love song rooted in real life, was written by hit songwriters Taylor Phillips, Ben Stennis and Jeremy Bussey.

Our team is pumped about the addition of BoomTown Saints to 8 Track Entertainment’s growing roster,” states Noah Gordon, President/8 Track Entertainment. “Their work ethic combined with their talent and energy are a perfect fit for our growing company and we look forward to getting their first single out in the world.

Talented songwriters, singers and musicians, BoomTown Saints consists of Chris Ramos and Ben Chism. Ramos, a native of Florida, and Chism, hailing from [Mississippi], formed BoomTown Saints in 2018. The fusion of Ramos’ energetic stage presence and broad vocal range with Chism’s smooth voice and distinguishable southern drawl yields an undeniable charisma between the two. Consummate entertainers and true road warriors, they have honed their live performance skills playing clubs, frat houses and festivals with the number one objective being “for people to have fun.”

The pair will be our guest tomorrow (Fri, July 8th) on The Music Universe Podcast where fans can learn their story of how they abandoned their medical and pharmaceutical corporate jobs for a career in music.

Buddy Iahn | The Music Universe

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites. Email:


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