Catie Offerman releases her newest track, “Barely A Two Lane Road”

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NASHVILLE, Tenn (March 8, 2024) - MCA Nashville’s Catie Offerman released a new track today, “Barely A Two Lane Road,” a personal song about love and loss. Written by Offerman, Rodney Clawson, and Ryan Beaver, the song was produced by Dann Huff.

“‘Barely a Two Lane Road’ is about my first taste of falling in love and the heartache that came along with it,” said Offerman. “It’s the bittersweet journey of young love and innocence, a lot like Deana Carter’s ‘Strawberry Wine.’ This song takes me back to that summer and breaks my heart all over again in the best way possible.”

Offerman will continue to tour this spring and will not only support Parker McCollum, but she will make her return to London for the Highways Festival. Tickets are available HERE.

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