The Drew Fish Band's show has definitely earned it’s good-time, beer drinking reputation over the years. It’s easy to understand why after seeing his music videos full of up-beat, party anthems or experiencing the band’s high-energy show for yourself. You might even see a cameo or two from 9-time Grammy Award winner Ray Benson in the Small Price to Pay music video or hear a song co-written by 34-time top 10 songwriter Byron Hill with the band’s first radio single off of their upcoming album, Better Place. From media outlets in France and England to CMT, the band’s music videos have drawn attention internationally. 2017 was a record year for the band with Sounds Like A Plan being the sixth most played song on regional radio and their music videos garnering over one million views, but the band didn’t slow down and their most recent single release, Flood, shot up the radio charts at lightning pace to become the band’s first two-week #1. Adding on to the 25 Grammy Awards that are featured on the band’s past two records, Drew is now in the studio tracking his third studio record produced by five-time Grammy Award winner Adam Odor that is set to release in early 2019. The new record will feature songs that Drew wrote with Byron Hill (Fool Hearted Memory - George Strait; Born Country - Alabama; Nothin’ On But The Radio - Gary Allan), Roger Brown (We Must Be Lovin’ Right and Need I say More - George Strait; She Gets That Way - Kenny Chesney; All Hat, No Cattle - Trace Adkins), Tommy Conners (The Highway - Willie Nelson; Simple As Dirt - Chris Ledoux; I Wish I Was Wrong - Travis Tritt; Just Like A Rodeo - John Michael Montgomery), and Curtis Grimes (NBC’s The Voice).