Folk singer-songwriter Russell James Pyle is embracing his love of nature leading up to the release of his passionate ‘Seasons’ EP in December. Having been selected by National Parks Arts Foundation as one of two centennial artists-in-resident at Big Bend National Park, Russell is celebrating the honor through releasing his charming “April Song.” Though it’s named after the month of April, the tone of this song embodies the warmth and comfort of hot apple cider, making it perfect for the transition into fall.
“This is the first single from a sequence of songs reflecting certain times of the year. April is new beginnings, fresh starts, and early morning drives with the one you love that refuse to be ruined by rain. We should refuse to let any type of rain ruin us.” – Russell James Pyle