JT Bevy's 3rd Single is "Unstoppable"!! - New Release on February 28, 2020

Salt Lake City, Feb 28, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Salt Lake City recording artist, JT Bevy, has released their 3rd single, titled "Unstoppable", from the forthcoming album. The song has piqued international interest by industry professionals and labels, sparring new conversations about the band's future and what may be next for them.

The song was written in a unique way by allowing social media followers to make comments and interact with the writing process in a 6 video series released by the band. This social media experiment has proven to grow the versatile sound that JT Bevy enjoys! Although the band has an Indie/Pop Rock base, the band enjoys releasing music with no specific genre in mind, giving all types of listeners a variety in their music that they can enjoy. Much like the Ed Sheeran collaboration with Bruno Mars and Chris Stapleton song titled "Blow". 

The band celebrated a Pre-Release Party playing live at The Depot in downtown Salt Lake City last week to a packed house with an excited crowd. With local newspapers doing featured stories, social media, audio and video streams rising, international attention from the industry, the band and its future look "Unstoppable"!

You can find the new single on Spotify and all the other music streaming platforms and well as https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE43wKR-Zp2dBEHugJ4JA-Q/ Find out more about the band at JTBevy.com

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