Blake Shelton & Luke Bryan Are At It Again + Other Country Music News
Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan are at it again on Twitter.
On the very same day Shelton was goofing around on Twitter, Bryan's seventh studio album,
Luke Combs isn't waiting to release new music. The "Lovin' on You" singer will put out a deluxe version of his 2019 album What You See Is What You Get in the fall. Five new songs will be added to the 17-song project..
Some of the recent titles he's shared with fans on social media include "Used to Wish I Was" — a lyric that reflects on the difference between what he wanted to be growing up and what he turned out to be —
"Tomorrow Me," about wanting to rekindle an old relationship even though it's not a good idea.
Additionally, Combs sings as a "broke-heart fool" who has tacked a photo of an ex to a bar's dartboard and is "drinkin’ beer almost as cold as you" during "Cold as You."
He dedicated "Without You" to family and his then-fiancee. Each of these premiered on Instagram or YouTube months ago, but aren't promised on the new extended album. available on Oct. 23.
In talking about the coronavirus pandemic, Justin Moore stresses that he doesn't think enough is being done to help people cope mentally. So he's doing his part.
Live at the Ryman is Moore's first live album. He recorded the album on a whim in May 2018, thinking he'd have a great surprise for fans at a date TBD.
Then, he sort of forgot about it. Only after the pandemic began and Moore realized his chances of performing live in 2020 were slim did he think to call his label president
"Hey, you remember that Ryman Auditorium show?" Within a short amount of time a 17-song album was prepped for Sept. 25.
Live at the Ryman includes his hits (including six of his Billboard Airplay No. 1 singles) and rowdy covers of Hank Williams Jr. ("Country State of Mind," featuring Chris Janson), Waylon Jennings ("I Ain't Living Long Like This," featuring David Lee Murphy) and Ricky Skaggs ("Honey," featuring Skaggs and the Whites).
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