Don Amero releases his newest single “You Can’t Always Be 21” and he believes that it “came at exactly the right time” in his life

Winnipeg’s Don Amero, a three-time JUNO Award nominee, and multiple MCMA award winner, is so excited about the release of “You Can’t Always Be 21” to Canadian country radio and all digital platforms. It’s a follow-up to his singles “I Hate That Song” and the upbeat toe-tapper “Wasn’t The Dress” that went Top 50 at Canadian country radio.

Gordie Sampson, Simon Wilcox, Tawgs, and Charles Kelley (Lady A) {Charles Kelly contacted Amero this week to wish him well and said he personally will give him a shout out when the single is released – AWESOME RIGHT!} composed this relatable, reminiscent and refreshing tune that instantly created a great vibe with Amero and gave him the conviction to recording it. It’s three and half minutes of pure enjoyment and with Amero’s “velvety vocals” it’s a tune that can be listened to over and over again! And, something you may not know, but give a good listen: Amero’s label mate, the ever-fabulous Jess Moskaluke, is singing background!

Amero says this about “You Can’t Always Be 21,”

“To me, this song is about a second coming of age. I hit 40 last year and really feel like I hit a new stride in who I am and where I belong.” 

Amero believes this song came at exactly the right time.

 “I guess it’s the opposite of a midlife crisis and more like getting my sh*t together!”

… “when you’re young, you think you’ll be young forever” so “have your day in the sun” then “get your shit together!”

Don Amero is THE BEST EVER!

Stream or download “You Can’t Always Be 21” here.

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