• Shannon McNaughton

Buddy Greenbloom draws on deep Americana roots in western ballad, “Better Off”

Released on World Music Therapy Day, the single “reminisces the loss of simpler ways of life and the common experiences we shared, prior to pandemics, terrorism and feel-good social policies.”

After 20 years of silence from releasing music, Arizona country singer Buddy Greenbloom revealed new Americana single, “Better Off” that impacted streaming platforms on March 1st. Drawing from his deep Houston, Texas roots, “Better Off” proves Greenblooms passion for the authentic country sound. From watching local bands perform at honky-tonks to various events such as rodeo’s, Greenbloom pulls his inspiration from the Houston country music scene.


“Better Off” was recorded in Hollywood, California with Music Academy member-producer, Fabirce Vignati. Released on World Music Therapy Day, the single “reminisces the loss of simpler ways of life and the common experiences we shared, prior to pandemics, terrorism and feel-good social policies.”


Greenbloom’s heart and passion for encouraging shines through the story of this song. After feeling the heavy impact of the Covid-19 pandemic had on mental health, Greenbloom felt urged to share his own story. By using music as therapy, he was able to remount the musical saddle and begin sharing his own music.


"(Better Off) I Remember Those Times" is available on Spotify and may be downloaded on iTunes/Apple Music and Amazon Music. Learn more about Buddy Greenbloom by visiting his website: www.BuddyGreenbloom.com