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At a strapping and athletic 6\u20193\u201d, 240 lbs., Ryan Langdon is kind of hard to miss.\u00a0 But when you hear the first few notes of his brand new Slaight Music single \u201cLeave Me Right,\u201d you\u2019ll notice there\u2019s something else about this Niagara Falls, Ontario-based country singer that\u2019s hard to miss\u2026 His booming baritone.
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\nIt\u2019s as engrained in his DNA as is his ability to sing country music.\u00a0 \u201cIt\u2019s funny,\u201d admits Langdon, 29. \u201cI sang as a kid and loved all the genres, but I always had that country sound. Even when I did other types of material, friends would say, \u2018Man, I don\u2019t know if you\u2019re trying, but you sound like a country singer.\u2019 It was just my voice.\u201d
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\nAnd that rich and resonant tone is just one of the first things that strikes you about \u201cLeave Me Right,\u201d a memorable debut produced by Jeff \u201cDiesel\u201d Dalziel (Brett Kissel, Dan Davidson, The Washboard Union) and co-written by the acclaimed Jessica Mitchell (\u201cWorkin\u2019 On Whiskey,\u201d) multiple CCMA Award winner Patricia Conroy and Dave Thomson (Lady Antebellum.) It knocked Ryan Langdon out the moment he heard the demo.\u00a0 \u201cIt\u2019s such a cool song because it\u2019s very close to my personality,\u201d says Langdon. \u201cIf you\u2019re in a relationship and it\u2019s not going as planned and you can feel the other person is losing interest, it\u2019s very relatable.\u00a0\u00a0 \u201cThe song says, \u2018If you\u2019re not interested, you may as well let me know now and just leave me right \u2013 don\u2019t drag me along for three or four years. Just get it over with.\u2019 It\u2019s hip.\u201d
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\nMore recently, at the behest of Slaight Music, Langdon has spent some time in Nashville writing with \u201cLeave Me Right\u201d co-writers Jessica Mitchell, Patricia Conroy and Dave Thomson.\u00a0 Since he\u2019s usually written alone, the collaborative process has given him some good insight.\u00a0 \u201cIf you draw a blank, someone else can pick up the slack,\u201d he notes.
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