Brian Callihan’s New Single “Cool Kinda Hot” Available Now

With his “traditional country voice (The Tennessee Star),” singer-songwriter Brian Callihan releases his new single, “Cool Kinda Hot,” today across all music platforms. Cowboys & Indians exclusively debuted the acoustic video for the catchy song. To stream or download, “Cool Kinda Hot,” click HERE.

“‘Cool Kinda Hot’ is a very upbeat song with a really cool vibe. It’s also a great summertime song. I had a lot of fun writing it with Wynn Varble and Phil O’Donnell and hope people can hear that when they listen to it,” Callihan shared with Cowboys & Indians.

The second single off Callihan’s upcoming EP, “Cool Kinda Hot” follows “Broke it Down” which has amassed over 70,000 streams on Spotify. “Broke it Down,” written by Callihan, Harrison Kindy and Larry McCoy, finds the Georgia native taking “a classic country tune, spinning lyricism that shows the vulnerability of his past, and transforms his sad story into something beautiful (Parade).” The music video exclusively premiered with Sounds Like Nashville and has received over 100,000 total views.

Born and raised on a small farm in South Georgia, Callihan played baseball and football but found his true passion when he started listening to Keith Whitley. Finding inspiration in Whitley’s Greatest Hits, he purchased a guitar (with extra money earned from catching overpopulated wild hogs on the weekends) and began playing and writing his own music. In 2009, Callihan moved to Nashville where he began co-writing with Cole Swindell, Josh Thompson, Adam Sanders and other hit Nashville singer-songwriters.

In 2011, the hard work paid off when Callihan signed his first publishing deal. Since then, he has written songs that have been recorded and performed by Cole Swindell, Dylan Scott, Trent Tomlinson, Halfway To Hazard and many others. As an artist, Callihan has shared the stage with many mainstream country music artists and has played major festivals such as CMA Fest, Key West Songwriters Festival and The Suwannee River Jam.

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