Radio stations across the country are rallying around Aria Records Nashville recording artist David St. Romain’s song, “Twenty Years Late,” just in time for Mother’s Day. The song will go to radio on Friday May 6 at 12 noon (local times) in honor of mothers everywhere. The track thanks mothers for all they do. You can watch the video on GACTV.com, HERE.
“[It] is a genuine look at many mother/son or mother/daughter relationships,” David said. “We, the sons and daughters, often forget how much our mothers have done for us throughout our childhood and as we grow older and have our own children, we realize how much we miss about those childhood memories. Every time I sing this amazing song and my Mom is there, we are both in tears by the second verse. It makes it hard to finish the song without a hint of laughter between the two of us.”
The song is striking a chord with people already. David already knows of one person who plans to dance to the song at his wedding. “Let me point out, he’s not even popped the question, he’s planning to do that in July,” said the groom-t0-be’s mother. “But he played me the song and I could barely contain myself.”
David, whom you may remember as a Nashville Star finalist, released his debut album on April 19. He wrote or co-wrote six of the album’s 12 songs with some of Nashville’s top writers, including Brett James, Chris Tompkins and Jeffrey Steele.