Song drops ahead of Mother’s Day

Multi-Platinum-selling hitmaker Sam Hunt releases new song “Women In My Life” via MCA Nashville. Written by Hunt with Zach Crowell, Ashley Gorley, and Josh Osborne, the heartfelt track pays homage to the important women in his life who have helped shape him into the person he is today.

“So much of the peace and joy I carry around as an adult comes from the women who raised me and poured love into my life throughout it,” shares Hunt. “There’s no telling who or what I would be without them. God bless them all. I’m forever grateful.”

In the track, Hunt sings, “I can drive a stick, I can drive a nail / Hold down a job, fend for myself / Yeah, I’d be alive but not much more / If it wasn’t for, if it wasn’t for / All of the women in my life.”

Hunt is performing tonight (Fri, May 12th) in Austin, Texas as part of a tribute to Willie Nelson who is being honored with the LBJ Liberty & Justice for All Award. This weekend, Hunt will also be performing at the iHeartCountry Festival in Austin. Fans can also find Hunt headlining his Summer on the Outskirts Tour kicking off July 6th.