Tucker Beathard Shares Song Written For His Late Brother, Clay

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Following the untimely passing of his younger brother, rising country artist Tucker Beathard is sharing the song he penned for Clay for his high school graduation.

Tucker posted the song, appropriately titled “Brother” on his socials accompanied by a music video created from home movies through the year. He also wrote a message for listeners who may not have heard the tune, explaining how the significance of the song has changed for him.

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“I wrote this song right after my little brother Clay graduated high school, and It was heavy on my heart to write a song about the relationship dynamic that me and my brothers are blessed to share,” he writes. “This song has taken on a lot deeper meaning for me now that Clay is in Heaven. But I know he’s still watching over me and still gonna be helping me take on the world from above. #psalm27 :1″

Tucker Beathard writes song for late Brother Clay Beathard

The chorus of “Brother” reinforces that message of brotherhood:

Brother, let me hold your trouble when it gets too heavy, / Let me fly when you’re high, let me sink like a stone when you’re low. / Brother let me say a little prayer for you, / Take a sucker punch for you, I’d do anything for you. / Yeah, you ain’t alone. / Let me take on the world with you.

The country music community rallied around Tucker and the Beathard family after news broke that Clay had been stabbed to death outside a Nashville bar on December 21. Paul Trapeni, was also killed in the incident, and a third man was stabbed in the eye and lost his vision.

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Clay’s father is songwriter Casey Beathard who co-wrote hits like Kenny Chesney’s “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem,” and Eric Church’s “Homeboy.”

Fans can also find “Brother” on Tucker’s 2018 album, Nobody’s Everything.