David Nail debuted a brand-new song, 'Catch You While I Can,' while performing at the Redneck Yacht Club for WSOC radio. It's a mid-tempo song that finds the singer knuckling down on his acoustic guitar. Judging from the first live listen, Nail has a hit on his hands with the cleverly titled 'Catch You While I Can.'

The song represents the first taste of new music from the singer, who released 'I'm About to Come Alive' back in 2009. Not much information is readily or currently available about the new album, but judging from the yearning timber of 'Catch You While I Can,' country music fans are in for a real treat once Nail releases a new platter.

In addition to feeding fans a brand new song, Nail continued to get creative with his set list and offered up his cover of Gavin DeGraw's 'I Don't Want to Be,' which was a pop radio smash and was ubiquitous on the airwaves in 2003 and 2004. The cover served as the singer's encore. Is this guy a crowd-pleaser or what? Nail gave the pop ditty a twangy, country makeover, all the while remaining loyal to the spirit of DeGraw's upbeat original version! He "nailed" it! Yeah, we said it.