Tony Jackson will release his new album I’ve Got Songs To Sing on Sept. 29 via Bob Frank Distribution (BFD)/Audium Nashville.
The country artist first gained attention with his viral track “The Grand Tour,” featured on his self-titled debut album.
Jackson has collected more than 100 million video streams to date, and has continued that momentum with “Do You Remember Country Music,” a track he recorded with Randy Travis that is included on the new project. The single quickly surpassed 40,000 streams in just five days following its release.
Produced by Chuck Rhodes and Buddy Hyatt in Nashville as well as John Sebastian and Jim Della Croce in Woodstock, I’ve Got Songs To Sing also features a duet with the bluegrass great Rhonda Vincent, “Leave a Light On.”
“I am very proud of this project and thankful to be joined by such legendary studio musicians,” explains Jackson. “I am especially thankful to my friends, Rhonda Vincent, and Randy Travis, for being a part of it. I met Randy as a kid while living overseas and it remains a powerful core memory. Working with him professionally as an adult is a dream realized.”
Other songs include Jimmy Webb’s “Wichita Lineman,” John Sebastian’s “Darlin’ Be Home Soon” and new numbers written by Jackson, Mo Pitney, Vince Melamed, Bobby Tomberlin, Jamey Johnson, Karen Staley and Erin Enderlin. The tracks also mix the stylings of top industry musicians Cindy Cashdollar, Eric Parker, Clifford Carter, Waddy Wachtel, Kenny Vaughn, Jeff Alan Ross, Billy Thomas, Joe Spivey, Dave Roe, Brent Mason, Lonnie Wilson, Duncan Mullins, Joel Key and Jenee Fleenor.
I’ve Got Songs To Sing Track Listing:
1. “I’ve Got Songs to Sing”
2. “Good Time”
3. “Leave a Light On (feat. Rhonda Vincent)”
4. “Five Dollar Bible”
5. “A Lot Like Texas”
6. “A Little While”
7. “Darlin’ Be Home Soon”
9. “I’m All In”
10. “Wichita Lineman”
11. “Do You Remember Country Music (feat. Randy Travis)”
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