Jim Lauderdale will release two albums on Aug. 3, including his new project Time Flies, as well as Jim Lauderdale And Roland White.
Lauderdale’s 30th and 31st studio albums respectively, the releases mark the singer/songwriter’s return to the Yep Roc roster after a decade apart.
Time Flies was produced by Lauderdale and Jay Weaver at Nashville’s Blackbird Studio and House of Blues Studio. Meanwhile, Jim Lauderdale And Roland White is Lauderdale’s previously unreleased first full-length album, a collection of bluegrass classics recorded in the basement of Earl and Louise Scruggs’ Nashville home in 1979. The master tapes went missing for 39 years and were only recently rediscovered at the bottom of a box by White’s wife.
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