Rodney Atkins Announces New Album, ‘Caught Up In The Country’

Rodney Atkins announced his new album, Caught Up In The Country. The country singer’s fifth studio album is set to release on May 10, 2019, and the pre-order launches today. Produced by Atkins, Ted Hewitt and Blake Bollinger, the 12-track album will be the first batch of new material the Curb Records artist has released since Take a Back Road in 2011 (he released his Greatest Hits album in 2015).

Rodney, and wife and fellow performer Rose Falcon, wrote the song “My Life” on the album after the passing of Rose’s grandmother. Like Rodney, Rose’s grandmother was an orphan who had a rough beginning in life. On her deathbed, when she could no longer speak, she wrote “I loved my life” on a piece of paper—which Rose’s grandfather has since given to her. Rose’s grandmother’s story is the inspiration behind the love song, which released yesterday (Feb. 14).

 

Caught Up In The Country track list:
1. “Burn Something”
2. “Caught Up In The Country”
3. “Figure Out You (Riddle)”
4. “Thank God For You”
5. “So Good”
6. “What Lonely Looks Like”
7. “My Life”
8. “Cover Me Up”
9. “All My Friends Are Drunk”
10. “Young Man”
11. “Everybody’s Got Something”
12. “Waiting On A Good Day”

Caught Up In The Country is available for pre-order here. 

 

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