Sundy Best's Kris Bentley and Nick Jamerson know that their musical blend covers much musical ground. "That's what we were shooting for," says Kris. "We've been influenced by so many different sounds that it just comes out in our writing and singing. We don't want to be in a box."
Jamerson says that fans who pick up their new album, "Bring Up The Sun" (out this week) will definitely find something to their liking – no matter their musical taste. "We've been really excited to get it out to everyone because we feel like there's a little bit for everybody. There's stuff for the country fans, and the not-so country fans, and even stuff for bluegrass fans. It's all over the map. We're very proud of it."
Leading the charge behind the release is the lead single, "Until I Met You," which has been featured prominently on SiriusXM'S "The Highway." Bentley says that definitely has helped their cause. "It's been a huge deal for John Marks and them at Sirius / XM to pick it up and start playing it. They are one of the top avenues to break an artist and new music."