Craig Cardiff Releases New Song “Okay Cupid” and Remix Version (Free Download Available)

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Craig Cardiff has a natural ability to write a song that tells a story that takes listeners on an adventure. His latest release “Okay Cupid” came out earlier today (April 27, 2018) on Spotify. The song is an acoustic-guitar-driven folk song with sweet vocals that croon a sweet story. There’s some light drums that lift the song a bit. However, the song is so well written that it could stand on it’s own without any type of production outside of the acoustic guitar and Craig’s wonderful voice. For those who need a little bit more of a modern feel and less of an Americana vibe, there’s a remix version of the song “Okay Cupid” that combines the original folk vibe of the track with some vocal effects and a sick EDM style beat. If you click here you can head to his website to get a free download version of the remix track.

You can hear both versions of the song on Spotify:

Craig Cardiff has been in the music industry for two decades, has toured all over, is known for doing living room shows and passing around a book where fans can write confessions during his set, and has gathered millions of plays on Spotify.

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(photo by Kathy Roussel)

The singer has also released a folky version of “I Can’t Make You Love Me” which was made famous by Bonnie Raitt. You can hear that one on Spotify too:

He is most known for his song “Dirty Old Town” which has 58M streams on Spotify.

More info:
https://www.facebook.com/TheCraigCardiff/

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Written by Ryan Cassata

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