Andress, Marlowe, Lauderdale, Seaforth, Ludwig release new music
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Andress, Marlowe, Lauderdale, Seaforth, Ludwig release new music

Friday, August 26, 2022 – Ingrid Andress tries avoiding the sophomore slump with "Good Person." The Colorado resdient had a lot of success with her debut, "Lady Like," yielding the hits "More Hearts Than Mine" and "The Stranger." The new 13-song set includes the Gold-certified single, "Wishful Drinking (with Sam Hunt)."

Kameron Marlowe released his debut album "We Were Cowboys." The 16-track body of work features writing credits from artist Tyler Farr and award-winning songwriters Josh Osborne, Dan Isbell, Reid Isbell and Casey Beathard. Dann Huff produced 14 of the tracks with Brad Hill helming the other two. Marlowe's current single is "Give You Up."

Veteran singer/songwriter Jim Lauderdale is out with the self-released "Game Changer," his 35th album. Lauderdale recorded "Game Changer" at Blackbird Studios in Nashville, co-producing the release with Jay Weaver and pulling from songs he'd written over the last several years.

Australian duo Seaforth released "What I Get For Loving You," which was produced by the pair's Tom Jordan entirely from their home studio. The eight-song EP includes "Queen of Daytona Beach" with Sean Kingston and feel-good duet "Good Beer" with Jordan Davis. Mitch Thompson is one-half of Seaforth. The duo helped write every song.

Canadian singer Alexander Ludwig is out with his debut, "Highway 99," via BBR Music Group/BMG. The album features 16 tracks and is the follow up to his 2021 self-titled EP and career-launching 2020 single "Let Me Be Your Whiskey." "Highway 99" was produced by Kurt Allison and Tully Kennedy — longtime members of Jason Aldean's band and accomplished songwriters who have penned several hits including the 2021 Grammy-nominated single "I Didn't Love You" by Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood.

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