Bucky Covington’s new album Good Guys is being released today (9/11) by his label home eOne Music. Produced by Mark Miller and Dale Oliver, the sophomore project features 12 tracks including “I Wanna Be That Feeling” and Shooter Jennings duet “Drinking Side Of Country,” which Covington co-wrote and co-produced.
As part of the launch week, fans can hear the full album starting today at AOL and catch him live on FoxNews.com Thursday (9/13) at 2:40 p.m. ET. Covington will also perform “Drinking Side Of Country,” on new late night program The Nick & Artie Show (DirectTV and SiriusXM) on Sept. 13. Other upcoming appearances include ABC News Now, USMagazine.com and People.com.
Today he will join the New York Fire Department’s Pipes and Drums band at dusk to perform “God Bless The U.S.A.” and join the procession to FDNY Engine 10/Ladder 10 in remembrance of 9/11. He’ll also take part in the Fallen Fire Fighter’s Memorial on Sept. 15 in Colorado Springs.
A portion of the proceeds of the album’s first week sales will benefit the International Association of Fire Fighters Charitable Foundation. His work with the organization is highlighted on CNN’s Impact Your World this week. Over the last year Covington has been working closely with Help The Good Guys and the IAFF Charitable Foundation to provide financial relief to injured fire fighters and their families, hosting benefit events, visiting burn centers and burn camps and making donations from his music and merchandise sales. A special IAFF version of the Good Guys album, featuring bonus tracks “Evil Knievel” and “Ole Kentuck,” can be ordered here for a limited time.