Steven Lee Olsen’s “Raised By A Good Time” is most added song in US
Steven Lee Olsen‘s new single “Raised By A Good Time” is the most added song at country radio in the US this week.
The co-penned autobiographical, “Raised By A Good Time”, marks Steven Lee Olsen’s debut into the US country music scene.
Originally from New Market, Ontario, Olsen has been living in Nashville for 10 years. He’s currently halfway through a radio tour across the US and recently had a song cut by Garth Brooks called “Cold Like That”, which is featured on Brooks’ new album, “Man Against Machine”.
Head over here to take a listen to “Raised By A Good Time”.
Not long after having made the trek to Music City, Steven Lee Olsen signed a publishing deal with Roots Three Music/ole. It wasn’t long before his writing schedule included hit makers such as Hillary Lindsey, Angelo, Luke Laird, Richie Supa, Gordie Sampson, Troy Verges, Chris Lindsey, Matthew Girrard, Carl Falk and Brian White. His impression on Music Row as a world-class writer was solidified when Craig Morgan recorded “Ordinary Angels” then others soon followed, The Judds “I Will Stand By You” and Emerson Drive recording “Let Your Love Speak”. Internationally, Steven Lee has made a name for himself as well, by writing extensively in Sweden, United Kingdom, Germany and Los Angeles garnering cuts by British sensation Westlife, Swedish Idol Kevin Borg and world renowned DJ Armin van Buuren and many more.
As an artist, Steven Lee has stirred up the Canadian Country Music scene with two top twenty hits on Canadian radio, along with a nomination for a Canadian Radio Music Award for his first single, “Now” and his second single, “Make Hay While The Sun Shines” charting on Billboard as the #22 most played song on Canadian Country radio for the entire year. Signed to Sony Music Nashville, Steven Lee Olsen makes his intro into the USA country music scene with the release of his co-penned autobiographical anthem, “Raised by a Good Time.”