Dalton Dover: ‘Take Me Home: Covers’ – EP Review

Dalton Dover releases his new EP, Take Me Home: Covers, out now, February 9th on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new project here.

Country music rising artist, Dalton Dover continues to carve a path that is all his own. His debut single, “Giving Up On That” won the hearts of the country music fanbase everywhere. Now, Dover is sharing the songs that won his heart back when country music was just a pipe dream. His new project, Take Me Home: Covers showcases the power of music and pays homage to the greats that paved the way for the new artist in the genre.

“I grew up in a musical family, where we’d sing at church and then go home and keep singing,” shares Dover. Adding, “My grandpa would put on his favorite records, and I’d listen to the stories. Seeing my own life in those lyrics is what made me fall in love with country music, and I can’t think of a better way to honor that than sharing these songs,” says the singer in a recent press release.

On Take Me Home: Covers, Dover gives his rendition of iconic country songs, “Go Rest High On That Mountain” (Vince Gill), “Mountain Music” (Alabama), and “Take Me Home, Country Roads,” (John Denver). Each of the three covers showcase the singer’s incredible talent, but more importantly, reintroduces newer country fans to the songs that are embedded in the DNA of country music.

Take Me Home: Covers EP Tracklist:

  1. Go Rest High On That Mountain (Vince Gill)
  2. Mountain Music (Alabama)
  3. Take Me Home, Country Roads (John Denver)

Dalton Dover shares his new project, ‘Take Me Home: Covers,’ out now on all streaming platforms.

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Take Me Home: Covers is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.