Sammy Sadler is releasing his new album 1989, on June 11 via BFD/Audium Nashville.
The new collection is a trip down memory lane and accentuates the sounds of a time when Sadler was making his debut as a newcomer on the Nashville music scene, until an assassination plot commonly known as the “Murder On Music Row” brought his music career to a halt.
Sadler teamed up with several country hitmakers from the late eighties on 1989, most notably a duet with Shenandoah’s Marty Raybon for a fresh take on the upbeat “The Church On Cumberland Road.” He also duets with country soul stylist T. Graham Brown for a revitalized re-recording of “Darlene,” and recruited Larry Stewart of Restless Heart to reimagine another notable track on the album, “The Bluest Eyes In Texas.”
“It is such an honor to re-record some of the most memorable and greatest songs from an era which I think was one of the best ever,” Sadler said. “To have some of the original artists on this record with me is both humbling, and an honor.”
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