Jeremy Pinnell Releases New Single “Night Time Eagle”

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In a flurry of vocal harmonies, funky telecaster picking, and a steady two step beat, Jeremy Pinnell’s brand new single “Night Time Eagle” is off to the races before listeners even know what hit them. It’s a song full of Bakersfield country vibes over which Pinnell’s words narrate the balance of keeping the proverbial tour-train on its tracks. “We spent a lot of time on the road and this song was written to let my wife know everything was on the up and up,” he says. “Night Time Eagle” is the second single from Goodbye L.A., Pinnell’s upcoming album due out October 1st via SofaBurn Records. Glide Magazine premiered “Night Time Eagle,” saying, “For Pinnell, this tune marks an exciting new direction down yet another real-deal country sound and is only further evidence that he is an artist who is absolutely worthy of widespread acclaim.” Fans can listen to “Night Time Eagle” right now at this link and pre-order Goodbye L.A. ahead of its October 1st release right here.

For vinyl lovers, “Night Time Eagle” will be pressed as a limited run 7-inch release. The primary side of the vinyl will have the album cut of “Night Time Eagle” while the alternate side will house Pinnell’s haunting cover of the 1990 Concrete Blonde classic “Joey” which was released as a stand alone single in January, 2021. “Joey” will not be on Goodbye L.A. therefore this 7-inch will be the only way to own it on vinyl. “Night Time Eagle” will also have its own dedicated, limited edition tee shirt. Both the shirt and the vinyl are available for purchase now at sofaburn.com.

In addition to releasing Goodbye L.A., Pinnell is hitting the road again this summer and fall including a date supporting his friend Arlo McKinley on August 7th at Pineville, Kentucky’s Laurel Cove Ampitheater. A full list of tour dates can be found below.

Catch Jeremy Pinnell On Tour:
August 5 – Fort Wayne, IN – The Brass Rail
August 6 – Youngstown, OH – Westside Bowl with Scott H. Biram
August 7 – Pineville, KY – Laurel Cove Ampitheater with Arlo McKinley
August 8 – Lexington, KY – Elixir Downtown with Eric Bolander
August 17 – Nashville, TN – Acme Feed & Seed
August 18 – Memphis, TN – Hernando’s y Hideaway with Sam Morrow
August 19 – Tulsa, OK – Mercury Lounge
August 21 – Austin, TX – The White Horse
August 22 – Galveston, TX – The Old Quarter Cafe’
August 24 – Austin, TX – Sam’s Town Point
August 25 – San Antonio, TX – Sam’s Burger Joint
August 27 – Fort Worth, TX – Magnolia Motor Lounge
August 28 – Dallas, TX – The Kessler Theater with Jonathan Tyler
August 29 – Little Rock, AR – The White Water Tavern
September 3 – Indianapolis, IN – Duke’s Indy
September 4 – Monticello, KY – Hidden Ridge Camping

Goodbye L.A. Tracklist:
Big Ol’ Good
Wanna Do Something
Red Roses
Night Time Eagle
Never Thought Of No One
Doing My Best
Rosalie
Cryin’
Goodbye L.A.
Fightin’ Man