HOT COUNTRY KNIGHTS RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM THE K IS SILENT TODAY WITH ALL THE “ESSENTIAL INGREDIENTS TO COUNTRY MUSIC”
Produced and Co-Written by Dierks Bentley, the 10-Track Collection Pays Tribute to the ’90s
Album Release Week Includes Performance on Good Morning America, Along with Exclusive Fan Opportunities with Hooters, Facebook and YouTube
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - May 01, 2020 - After 30 wasted years and countless bad decisions, the moment has finally arrived for the ’90s influenced band Hot Country Knights as they come riding in with the release of their debut album THE K IS SILENT (Capitol Records Nashville), available now. Produced by Dierks Bentley, the multi-Platinum entertainer also serves as a co-writer on over half of the 10 brawny tracks. The Knights will showcase the substance behind the new album as they perform its lead single “Pick Her Up” (feat. Travis Tritt) this Monday on Good Morning America (5/02 at 7:00A Local Time on ABC) alongside the ’90s icon.
HootersTwitterAs “it’s not hard to see what Country fans are enjoying about Hot Country Knights" (Variety), the band will celebrate the release of the most musically satisfying debut album since 1999 with their loyal following today on Facebook and YouTube (5/01 @ 3:00P CT). Additionally, lead singer Doug Douglason will share the oral history behind the Knights on NPR Morning Edition next Friday (5/08).
Even though some said this moment would never happen, critics have praised THE K IS SILENT for the organic euphoria of live Country music and its truly gratifying lyrics.
“Deadly serious about paying tribute to ’90s country, and the acts that influenced its sound.” - Billboard
“Their debut album is hitting us like a lightning bolt of testosterone and sex appeal.” - The Chive
“Just like those essential ingredients to Country music, humor has mostly been lost in modern country. Along with actually sounding Country, Hot Country Knights is also helping to return this important element to Country too.” - Saving Country Music
“Bentley and his fellow songwriters did ‘do it right.’” - American Songwriter
“The dancing song ‘Moose Knuckle Shuffle’ actually shouts out Tracy Byrd and gives partial songwriting credit to the guys behind ‘Watermelon Crawl’ while ‘Then It Rained’ bears at least a passing resemblance to a certain very serious Garth Brooks song....and that’s part of the charm of THE K IS SILENT.” - Rolling Stone
“With THE K IS SILENT the band reaches what it would call ‘all lower 48 states.’ Songs include the self-explanatory ‘Hot Country Knights,’ goober-y pensive ‘Mull it Over,’ chaotically patriotic ‘The USA Begins With Us’ and, of course, ‘Kings of Neon.’” – The Tennesseean