Raleigh Keegan’s upcoming full-length album, Clocks Roll Forward, is slated for release on Oct. 15. To celebrate the upcoming project, Keegan has released“Sure Like Lovin’ You,” co-written with Leslie Satcher and Phil Barton.
Produced by Grammy-award winning Ryan Gore, Clocks Roll Forward features 13 tracks all co-written by Keegan, including the powerful “Our First Goodbye” written about his birth mother; the push and pull of a toxic relationship in “I Love You;” the personal “Like My Daddy Was” written about his biological father; and the driving “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know.”
“I have been waiting for this moment since late 2019 when I started this project,” Keegan shares. “I think it will help people truly get to know me from the stories woven into the songs on this album, and it’s exciting to me to be able to connect in that way. Clocks Roll Forward is the album title because time moves so fast and this album has brought so many influences of my past to life through song. That’s also a lyric from ‘Way Back’ that speaks to me personally. This album is a full length introduction to my life and a segue to the projects ahead that are already underway.”
Keegan will perform some of the new music and talk about the album from Old Hickory Lake with host Misty Wells on Let’s Take It Outside, which airs on Bally Sports on Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 3 p.m. CT.
Keegan has accumulated over 7 million streams across his catalog to date, and has opened for artists such as Eric Church, Brothers Osborne, Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, Drake White, and Mitchell Tenpenny. He has grown his social media fan base to nearly 150,000 followers and has more than 200,000 monthly listeners across platforms.
Way Back (Raleigh Keegan, Kyle Sturrock)
Long Line of Lovers (Raleigh Keegan, Lonnie Fowler, Joel Shewmake)
Trainwreck (Raleigh Keegan, Leslie Satcher)
Jealous Of The Sun (Raleigh Keegan, Thomas Archer, Tyler Reeve)
Easy On The Trigger (Raleigh Keegan, Alex Dooley, Brian Carper)
Drink For That (Raleigh Keegan, Eric Torres, Matt Rogers)
Another Good Day (Raleigh Keegan, Alex Dooley, Brian Carper)
Handyman (Raleigh Keegan, Marshall Altman)
Like My Daddy Was (Raleigh Keegan, Autumn McEntire)
Our First Goodbye (Raleigh Keegan, Kyle Jacobs, Brice Long)
I Love You (Raleigh Keegan, Keith Follese, Adrienne Follese)
Sure Like Lovin’ You (Raleigh Keegan, Leslie Satcher, Phil Barton)
Tell Me Somethin’ I Don’t Know (Raleigh Keegan, Danielle Blakey, Steve Lester)
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