Jerrod Niemann’s ‘Ride’ Set For Oct. 6, Diamond Rio Guests On New Track

Jerrod Niemann is releasing his first album for Curb Records this fall with This Ride on Oct. 6. The project includes 13 tracks co-produced by Niemann himself with Jimmie Lee Sloas, who also co-produced Niemann’s 2014 album High Noon.  

Niemann taps into Nashville’s stable of amazing tunesmiths for the new collection, which features songs by Shane McAnally, Ashley Gorley, Ross Copperman, Rodney Clawson, Craig Wiseman, Dallas Davidson, Natalie Hemby, Josh Osborne, Chris DeStefano and more. The project has already yielded two singles,  the feel-good “A Little More Love” duet with longtime buddy/labelmate Lee Brice, and the romantic “God Made A Woman,” and features a new song with guest harmonies by 90’s country favorites Diamond Rio, “I Ain’t All There.”

Track listing for Jerrod Niemann’s THIS RIDE:
1. “Zero to Crazy” (Ashley Gorley, Chris DeStefano, Shane McAnally)
2. “But I Do” (Josh Osborne, Jimmy Robbins, Jon Nite)
3. “Leavin’ a Trail” (Corey Crowder, Luke Dick, Cole Taylor)
4. “I Got This” (Rodney Clawson, Josh Osborne, Luke Dick)
5. “Out Of My Heart” (Ashley Gorley, Dallas Davidson, Chris DeStefano)
6. “A Little More Love” with Lee Brice (Ross Copperman, Natalie Hemby, Shane McAnally, Kristi Neumann)
7. “God Made A Woman” (Michael Ray, Joel Shewmake, Jeff Hyde)
8. “Whiskey Waitin’ On Ice” (Jerrod Niemann, Lance Miller, Rob Hatch, Brandon Hood)
9. “Feelin’” (Jeremy Stover, Chris Janson, Luke Dick)
10. “I Ain’t All There”  featuring Diamond Rio (Jerrod Niemann, Lance Miller, Richie Brown)
11. “Come Back” (Jimmy Yeary, Matt Dragstrem, Craig Wiseman)
12. “The Regulars” (CJ Solar, Tina Parol, Jessie Jo Dillon)
13. “This Ride” (JT Harding, AJ Babcock, Pete Good)

 

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