Combs, Allen, Rowan put out new discs
Jimmie Allen releases his third studio album "Tulip Drive" today via Stoney Creek Records/BBR Music Group. The 17-song, 54- minue album includes appearances from Jennifer Lopez, CeeLo Green, T-Pain, (Katie Ohh and his eight-year-old son, Aadyn. "down home" is the first single and is presented as a a letter to Allen's late father. The title of the disc is the name of the street that Allen's grandmother lived on in Lewes, Del. The album was put together by 10 producers including Allen, Ash Bowers, Ilya Tolchinskiy and Jesse Frasure.
Veteran Peter Rowan puts out "Calling You From My Mountain" (Rebel). Billy Strings, Shawn Camp, Molly Tuttle, Lindsay Lou and Mark Howard help out. Though the genesis for Rowan's new album came from Hank Williams' Luke the Drifter personality and Rowan's idea of writing new songs for this character, he quickly spun in other connections, like his longtime interest in Tibetan music, his Buddhist beliefs and practices and his love of artists like Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Lightnin' Hopkins, Guy Clark, Bill Monroe, and Tex Logan, all of whom Rowan's played and performed with.
- 05/11/23: Allen accused of rape; label suspends him
- 04/27/23: Allen announces separation and child on the way
- 04/20/23: Allen debuts "be alright" video
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- 04/14/23: Combs, Opry Entertainment combine on entertainment complex
- 03/30/23: Allen is going to "be alright"
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