Russell Dickerson Slates Sophomore Album ‘Southern Symphony’

Russell Dickerson is releasing his brand new sophomore Triple Tigers Records album, Southern Symphony, on December 4. The 10-track record is available for pre-order/pre-save here.

He’s released a new track, “Never Get Old,” from the upcoming project, which was co-produced alongside friend and frequent collaborator Casey Brown and legendary producer Dann Huff.


Dickerson gave fans the first taste of Southern Symphony earlier this year with the debut single, “Love You Like I Used To,” which is currently in the Top 10 on country radio with over 106 million global streams to date. Recorded in Nashville, the project is packed with heartfelt ballads about love and nostalgia matched with his signature party anthems, including one of his biggest collaborations to date on the sixth track off the record, “It’s About Time,” featuring Florida Georgia Line.

Southern Symphony is hands down the best work I’ve created,” said Dickerson. “It’s the best songs I’ve written. It’s sonically the best we’ve created. This album is ten honest and true tracks that tell the story of how I’ve grown as an artist and a man. I could not be more proud of every song on this album. Enjoy!”

Southern Symphony follows the 2017 release of Russell’s Gold-certified debut Yours, which bowed at No. 5 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart, No. 1 on the Emerging Artists Chart, and yielded three consecutive No. 1 smashes, including the double-Platinum “Yours,” the Platinum “Blue Tacoma,” and Platinum “Every Little Thing.”

Southern Symphony Track List:

  1. Never Get Old
  2. Home Sweet
  3. All Yours All Night
  4. Love You Like I Used To
  5. Forever For A Little While
  6. It’s About Time (ft. Florida Georgia Line)
  7. Honey
  8. Southern Symphony
  9. Come To Jesus
  10. Waiting For You My Whole Life



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