Stirring up a potent cocktail of Texas swagger and Music Row shine, RECORDS Nashville artist George Birge introduces himself today (5/12) on his debut album, George Birge: Mind On You. Available across all streaming platforms and digital retailers, listen here.

“Y’all can’t imagine what a wild ride it’s been these past few years. You’ve all completely changed my life into something I would’ve never expected,” shares Birge. “So now I’m proud to say that my debut album ‘Mind On You’ is out now everywhere you listen to music. Turn it up!”

An established songwriter since relocating to Nashville, TN, in 2014, the Austin, TX, native co-penned almost all the songs on the 10-track collection. Highlighted by MusicRow, it arrives full of white-hot emotional writing and harrowing tales of young love, broken hearts, and weathered wisdom. Led by a lush, smoky-smooth vocal and a richly textured modern-Country sound, the buzzed-about breakout lays out the everyday stories that eventually become life’s defining moments – showcasing a skill which has garnered 30 MILLION streams and counting.

First making noise with viral smash “Beer Beer, Truck Truck” that catapulted his solo career, Birge is currently charging the charts with Top 50-and-climbing single “Mind On You,” as the seductive title track – co-written with Colt Ford, Jaron Boyer, and Michael Tyler – is a prominent standout alongside a fresh stripped-down version. Spotted in Entertainment Tonight, watch the adjoining music video directed by Dustin Haney here. Previewing the full-length project on his 2022 self-titled EP, he also adds to the mix brand-new songs including “Forever And A Day,” “You Were Mine,” and slow burner “Chasin’ A Feeling.” Featured on CMT’s The Roundup playlist, the latter – co-written with Michael Tyler, Lalo Guzman, and Matt McGinn – captures a desperate hunt for a love you just can’t live without – listen here.  


1. Forever And A Day (George Birge, Lalo Guzman, Matt McGinn)+
2. Mind On You (George Birge, Colt Ford, Jaron Boyer, Michael Tyler)*  
3. Whiskey Side (George Birge, Jaron Boyer, Michael Tyler, Matt Stell)*
4. Chasin' A Feeling (George Birge, Michael Tyler, Lalo Guzman, Matt McGinn)+
5. Cowboys Talkin’ (George Birge, Josh Mirenda, Gary Garris)*
6. Didn't Think I’d Miss (George Birge, Michael Tyler, Ben Stennis)*
7. You Were Mine (George Birge, Chris Bandi, Jaron Boyer)*
8. Reason To Go (Thomas Archer, Michael Tyler, Lalo Guzman)*
9. "Beer Beer, Truck Truck" (George Birge, Erynn Chambers)*
10. Mind On You (Stripped) (George Birge, Colt Ford, Jaron Boyer, Michael Tyler)*  

Produced by Ash Bowers
Produced by Lalo Guzman

Celebrating the album release early in his home state, Birge popped up at the ACM Lifting Lives® Topgolf Tee-Off and Rock-On presented by VGT by Aristocrat Gaming event on Wednesday (5/10) ahead of the 58th Academy of Country Music Awards in Frisco, TX. An avid golfer in his free time, having played multiple golf tournaments with the next one being the BMW Charity Pro-Am this June, he hung out with key industry tastemakers and further supported his fellow “Whiskey Side” co-writer and labelmate Matt Stell, who performed. Catching up with The Tennessean on the green carpet, watch the clip here.




RECORDS Nashville songwriter-artist George Birge is charging the charts with Top 50-and-climbing, “Mind On You,” off his debut album, George Birge: Mind On You. Bobby Bones called the single one of his “Top 3 Favorite Songs” and proclaimed him a “National Spotlight Artist.” With over 30 MILLION streams across his catalog, he’s been featured by NPR All Things Considered, PEOPLE, American Songwriter, and named one of Nashville Lifestyles’ “Artists You Need To Know.” An established artist-songwriter since relocating to Nashville, TN, in 2014, the Austin, TX-native’s star power exploded with viral breakout single, “Beer Beer, Truck Truck,” and he’s written with the likes of Rascal Flatts’ Gary LeVox, Chris Lane, and Matt Stell. Further building a strong touring profile, he’s also supported tours for Brantley Gilbert, Jake Owen, Gary Allan, Scotty McCreery, and more.