Adkins "Ain't That Kind of Cowboy"
Friday, August 14, 2020
– Trace Adkins will put out an EP, "Ain't That Kind of Cowboy," on Oct. 16 via Verge Records.
Adkins also released a new song, "Just The Way We Do It."
The follow-up to 2017's "Something's Going On," Adkins went into the studio with producer Bart Butler, cutting six tracks including recently released "Mind on Fishin'" and "Better Off."
"It was great to work with Bart and Mickey Jack (Cones) on these handpicked songs from some of my favorite writers," said Adkins. "I'm really proud of these songs and looking forward to what's to come."
"We released Trace's first two songs on Verge starting in March of this year," said Verge President and COO Mickey Jack Cones. "Those songs have garnered millions of streams and views in just four short months - more than any songs in his career in that span of time - proving what we already knew. There is a huge demand for Trace Adkins' music! This EP is an answer to that demand and is sure to leave the listeners wanting more. Get ready. It's coming!"
Written by Jeffrey Steele, Danny Myrick, Kip Raines and Bart Allmand, "Just The Way We Do It" is a summertime anthem
The track list is:
"Better Off" (Hillary Lindsey/Corey Crowder)
"Mind on Fishin'" (Aaron Raitere/Wynn Varble)
"Ain't That Kind of Cowboy" (Justin Lantz/Stephen Wilson)
"Big" (TJ Osborne/John Osborne/John Pierce)
"Running Into You" (James Slater/Tony Lane)
"Just The Way We Do It" (Jeffrey Steele/Danny Myrick/Kip Raines/Bart Allmand)
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