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Sammy Listoe - Fallin
Sammy Listoe - Fallin

Sammy Listoe – Fallin’ | Love

Are you looking for the perfect, upbeat, love song? Sammy Listoe’s new single Fallin’ is the one for you! Having grown up in North Carolina, Listoe has had music in his bloodline, since he was a child. From Nashville recording artists to successful touring musicians and cover band rock stars, Sammy has grown up in the midst of talented and hardworking musicians. Set out to LA in 2014 to become an actor, Sammy Listoe started dabbling with music and I think he has found his calling!

Fallin’ is your quintessential country-rock song. Sammy Listoe does a great job on the vocals, and by the end of the song you’ll be wishing you had someone to fall in love with. I know what you’re thinking – Oh look, another song about falling in love. But let me stop you right there and tell you that this Fallin’ is a beautiful and interesting mix between country, rock, pop and folk. Sammy Listoe’s music lies somewhere between Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line and Thomas Rhett. Listoe’s voice is a pleasure to listen to, and he stays true to his roots. The songwriting is sentimental, honest and comforting. He uses his guitar as a trusty steed, and it is magic.

A fun fact is that Sammy currently works as a firefighter in Southern California and has bright musical plans. Fallin’ is his third single of 2021, and it is an excellent addition to his discography. Sammy Listoe is definitely going to be turning heads in the country-pop-folk industry soon. A performer since he was a child, Listoe is also someone you should be looking forward to seeing live.
I look forward to listening to more music from Sammy Listoe.

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