John Berry Returns With Nod To Home On New ‘Thomas Road’ EP

John Berry has released a new EP, Thomas Road, named after the street he grew up on in Decatur, Georgia, where his passion and love for music first inspired him to become an artist. Writers contributing to the new project include Bill Anderson, Liz Hengber, John Wiggins, Clint Moffatt, Barry Weeks, and more.

“As exciting as it was to go into the studio to record new music, to be able to it with my friend Chuck Howard, after so many years, was just amazing,” said Berry. “Chuck hears me like no one else and knows how to take me musically where I’ve never thought possible and then, add in the incredible talent of Barry Weeks who co-produced my new project,’ shares Berry. “I am so excited to share this new music with you and I hope these songs will take you to new places that feel familiar. I am beyond grateful for the inspiration I found in family, friends and music on Thomas Road. All those memories keep calling me back home to Thomas Road.”

The EP is available on digital formats for streaming and download and on his website. Berry is currently on the road with his 22nd annual Christmas Songs & Stories with John Berry Tour, which will visit 21 cities through December 22.

Thomas Road Track List:
“Thomas Road” – John Berry / Barry Weeks
“Richest Man” John Berry / Liz Hengber / Will Robinson
“Heavin’ Comin’ Down” – John Wiggins / Bob Moffatt / Clint Moffatt
“Why Didn’t I” – Michael Boggs / Barry Weeks
“Beautifully Broken” – Tiffany Arbuckle Lee / Jenny Slate Lee
“Don’t Think I Ain’t Country” –  Bill Anderson / John Berry


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