Take one listen to Kiefer Sutherland’s new single “I’ll Do Anything,” and you’ll once again be asking yourself where he’s been all your musical life.
2016 saw the release of his debut album Down in a Hole, with the melancholy, tried-and-true “Not Enough Whiskey” as the first single. It was a song a performance that laid to rest any questions fans might have had about the Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning actor’s move into country music. There was no denying it: Music is in his blood. And it’s in his heart.
Sutherland continues opening up to audiences, showing an even softer side with “I’ll Do Anything,” a timeless love song about opening your eyes to what’s right in front of you. With an effortless, sincere and vulnerable vocal, Sutherland croons, “If you’ll take me as I am, I’ll do anything.”
Sacrificing it all to win someone’s heart — now that’s real love.
When he’s not starring in ABC’s hit drama Designated Survivor, you can catch him out on the road with his band. Sutherland will take the stage at Stagecoach music festival in California next month before a coast-to-coast tour in May.
Enjoy Sutherland’s performance of “I’ll Do Anything.”