Canton-Based Singer-Songwriter Ethan Peterson, Who Plays the Grog Shop Next Week, to Release a New Single on Friday

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Canton-based singer-songwriter Ethan Peterson has just announced that he’ll release a new single on Friday.

Peterson, who’s worked with national acts like David Ryan Harris, has released three EPs and issued the catchy pop/rock single "Only Hurts When I'm With You" two months ago.



His new single is called “Lay It on You.”

"I’m super excited about this song because, as was with my latest single, this is another step up in my songwriting and sound at least it is in my opinion,” he says in a statement. “I feel a lot of progression occurring with these new songs and I’m humbled to share them with the world. My last single was received with much love, and I am very appreciative of that. So, hopefully this song will receive the same treatment. It is a prequel to my latest single. The story in ‘Only Hurts When I’m With You’ occurs after the story coming up in ‘Lay it on You.’ Honestly, I didn’t even try to make everything work out that way … it just kinda happened.”



Peterson performs with KidEyes at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 17, at the Grog Shop in Cleveland Heights.

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