Larry Fleet releases ‘Lifetime Guarantee’

Rising star to make Grand Ole Opry debut Sept 17th

Big Loud Records breakout artist Larry Fleet is sharing another taste of his upcoming first full-length album with the release of “Lifetime Guarantee.” A true made-in-the-U.S.A. anthem celebrating blue-collar America, the track stands as a feel-good southern rocker and tribute to the time-tested, reliable nature of all Americans – and especially country folks.
Honest and willing to do anything for those he loves, Fleet celebrates his heritage with ringing acoustic guitars, a strong backbeat and warm baritone vocal, delivering a promise as steady as the seasons.

“Loyalty, dependability, and honesty are values I try and raise my kids on,” says Fleet. “So this is just a fun little song about how even if you aren’t the biggest name in town, it doesn’t mean you can’t bring that ‘Lifetime Guarantee.’”

The track comes off Fleet’s highly anticipated Stack of Records debut arriving September 24th. Produced by Joey Moi, it includes 14 tracks in total – all of which were co-written by Fleet himself – and features all-star collaborations with Jon Pardi, Jamey Johnson and Bryan Sutton. But before the project arrives, the White Bluff, Tennessee, native will mark another kind of career highlight – making his debut on the historic Grand Ole Opry next Friday, September 17th.

“Playing the Opry has always been a dream of mine,” Fleet explains. “And to do it for the first time as I’m about to release my first full-length album while my family is standing side stage to watch is something I never would have imagined.”

Meanwhile, the rising star has previously shared the grooving title track to the album along with romantic blast of rural R&B, “Different Shade of Red,” and the spiritually charged country soul, “Where I Find God.”

Released in early 2020, “Where I Find God” has already racked up more than 32 million on-demand streams, while its official video has been viewed nearly 19 million times on YouTube.

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