Charles Bunting Prepares Release of “The Best of Days Gone Bye”

Charles Bunting Prepares Release of “The Best of Days Gone Bye”

New Single Out Soon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Guyton, Georgia – October 25, 2017 – Charles Bunting has led an interesting life, but his world took a musical turn after he penned his first song at 25. Hooked on the experience of writing ever since Charles found himself in a few bands over the years but has found solace in writing and recording on his own. After his wife’s encouragement in 2012, he decided to share the music he’d worked on with the world. Soon enough his latest, “The Best of Days Gone Bye,” will be available.

Raised an Army brat, Charles Bunting has lived around the world but made his home back in the states where he became a police officer in his 20’s. Realizing it “was nothing like Starsky & Hutch,” he left that to start a new career as a chemical operator. All of the above is far from a man who can do wonders with a pen and a guitar, but low and behold Charles has proved naysayers wrong.

More an artist than a performer, Charles Bunting isn’t one to hop on a stage. He’s more a studio musician with a lot of tracks that fall under an American, traditional umbrella. His acoustic country, folk, and blues would be perfect for film and television. Which is where Charles wants his sounds to be.

“The Best of Days Gone Bye” is the follow up to his earlier 2017 single, “Boogie Woogie Woman.” Those interested in featuring either track on their playlists, licensing, or interviewing Charles Bunting about his life that took him from the law to the studio, can get in touch via the information provided below.

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About:
Charles Bunting is a Country singer with Americana roots with a new single entitled “The Best of Days Gone By” out soon.

Contact:
Charles Bunting
912-547-7482
seabunting@yahoo.com

Links:
Reverbnation: https://www.reverbnation.com/charlesbunting
CD Baby: https://store.cdbaby.com/Artist/CharlesBunting

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