Logan Mize To Release 12-Track ‘Come Back Road’ In July

Logan Mize will release a new 12-track album, Come Back Road, on Big Yellow Dog Music July 28. Produced by Dan Agee, the project’s first single, “Ain’t Always Pretty,” has already racked up more than 20 million streams on Spotify, where it is featured on the Hot Country and New Boots playlists. The song also made Apple Music’s “The A-List Country” and “Cool Country” playlists.

The project includes cuts by writers like Josh Kear, Ross Copperman, Matraca Berg, The Warren Brothers, Rodney Clawson, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne and more.

“I’ve never put my voice behind a bigger or better group of songs. I would love to see them connect with a grand scale audience that loves them as much as I do,” said Mize about the collection, which is available for pre-sale here.

The Kansas native’s musical roots run deep: his great uncle was Billy Mize, who was largely known for crafting and evolving the legendary Bakersfield sound of musical pioneers like Merle Haggard and Buck Owens.

Come Back Road Track Listing:
1. Somebody To Thank (Josh Kear / David Frasier / Ed Hill)
2. Life’s a Party (Josh Kear / Mark Irwin / Chris Tompkins)
3. Cool Girl (Logan Mize /Daniel Tashian)
4. Come Back Road (Josh Kear / Rodney Clawson / Ross Copperman)
5. Better Off Gone (Abe Stoklasa / Donovan Woods)
6. All This Night Needs (Daniel Tashian / Matraca Berg/ Dave Berg)
7. Ain’t Always Pretty (Brett Warren / Brad Warren / Chris Stevens / Lance Miller)
8. Drinkin’ Buddies (Chris Gelbuda / Kylie Sackley)
9. Bands Make Her Dance (Logan Mize / Rodney Clawson / Luke Dick)
10. Catch a Fish (Logan Mize / Warren / Warren / Miller)
11. All Time (Luke Dick / Shane McAnally / Josh Osborne)
12. Big City (Daniel Tashian / Troy Verges)


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