The Hot Seat Aligns With TuneIn

The Hot Seat, a Nashville-based media company specializing in national broadcast marketing tours, has announced a venture with TuneIn to debut Saguaro Road Records’ Goin’ Down Rockin’: The Last Recordings of Waylon Jennings. 

The program, hosted by the outlaw’s son Shooter Jennings, will be accessible by TuneIn’s nearly 40 million listeners across more than 200 devices, available on all smartphones, tablets, smart TVs and radios, car dashboards and on the web at tunein.com.

“The Hot Seat is excited to reach an engaged, global audience of millions through TuneIn,” said Jason Turner, VP/Operations at The Hot Seat. “We’ve gotten amazing feedback from the special and look forward to working with TuneIn on more projects in the future.”

Jennings wrote 11 of the 12 songs on Goin’ Down Rockin’, 11 of which have never been released before. He recorded them with his accompanist Robby Turner shortly before Jennings’ death in 2002. A decade later, Turner finished the tracks, working with musicians Reggie Young, Richie Albright and tour mate Tony Joe White. The album will be available September 25.

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