After closing the 2018 Alberta Country Music Awards with his 13-week Neilsen/Billboard Canadian Top 100 Country Airplay charting single “This Road Is Mine” (written with Clayton Bellamy and producer Mike Little), seven-time nominee Karac Hendriks’ new single “Some People’s Kids” (written with Little and Drew Gregory) drops March 22, 2019.
Based on Karac’s and Drew’s experiences growing up in rural Alberta and now raising boys of their own, the song provides honest commentary around this oft-spoken saying that is sure to connect with parents and children of all ages. Produced once again by Juno award winner Little (Black Mountain Whiskey Rebellion, Road Hammers), “Some People’s Kids” features one of Karac’s most unique and meaningful birthday gifts: drums and percussion by the iconic Kenny Aronoff (John “Cougar” Mellencamp, John Fogerty, Smashing Pumpkins). Video of Karac on his birthday learning that Aronoff (a drummer on so many of his favorite songs) was playing on HIS song was shared on social media by Little and Candace Lacina from their Legion Lounge Studio in Calgary, Alberta. With “Some People’s Kids”, Karac Hendriks continues to draw on his traditional country and roots music influences while fully embracing today’s modern sounds. Visit http://karachendriks.com for more information.