Title Track From "Come See Me" Released As New Single

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Grammy Award winning artist David Ball, releases new single “Come See Me,” the title track from his tenth studio album. A magnificently gripping ballad, “Come See Me” gives chills to the listener, in the same spirit as “When The Thought of You Catches Up With Me” (#7 Billboard Hot Country Singles, 1994,) and his most covered song, “Don’t You Think I Feel It Too” (1970) which was recorded by Jessie Colter, Shawn Colvin, Toni Price, Lyle Lovett and Carson McHone.   

According to David, “'Come See Me' is a throwback to the George Strait era of a great melody and lyric, but done in a very sparse & real setting.  Willie did some of this with Red Headed Stranger. There’s no place to hide in this song. Like they say in Carolina, ‘raw & with no slaw.’” 

“Come See Me” is available for download and streaming on all digital music platforms here. 

Radio Reacts: 

“Oh. My. God.” Bob Cole, KOKE FM, Austin TX 

“Love the new single... stripped down, raw & David sounds great,” Charlie Mattos, WSM 650 AM, Nashville TN 

"This music is not over-produced. It sounds like a personal concert to me. It’s the roots of country music." Charlie Chase, Crook And Chase Countdown, iHeart Radio  

“I can hear your fingers on the guitar, I can understand the lyrics. It’s not auto-tuned and over-processed.” Eric Dahl, 98.3/1510 WLAC, Nashville TN 

Press Reacts: 

"'Come See Me'… a record that sounds like a raw, thoughtful sort of country music, just not the kind that comes through the radio. Decades later, he’s returned to the sort of independent approach to music that he took in the 1970s." Andrew Dansby, Houston Chronicle 

“He has been consistently good for more years than I care to remember…but I wasn’t prepared for just how wonderful a piece of work this is." Duncan Warwick, Country Music People