John Prine‘s last song he ever recorded, “I Remember Everything,” is being released today. The track was penned by Prine and longtime collaborator Pat McLaughlin, and recorded last year in Prine’s living room with producer Dave Cobb and engineer Gena Johnson.
The new song, along with never-before-seen footage, debuted following last night’s “Picture Show: A Tribute Celebrating John Prine,” which included memories and performances by special guests including Eric Church, Dave Cobb, Vince Gill, Sturgill Simpson, Margo Price, and many more. The tribute has raised over $250,000 so far for NAMI, Alive and Make the Road New York, and remains available to view through the weekend at YouTube, Facebook and Twitch.
“I Remember Everything” is the first new Prine music since the release of his acclaimed Cobb-produced 2018 album, The Tree of Forgiveness. The album was Prine’s first album of new material in over 13 years and debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart, with over 54,000 equivalent albums sold in its first week—a career high chart position for the legendary songwriter/artist.
- Adam Sanders Celebrates Milestones With New Live Album - January 22, 2021
- ASCAP Kicks Off 2021 Master Class Virtually - January 21, 2021
- New Concert Venue The Factory Opening In St. Louis - January 21, 2021