Vet trio The Frontmen sign record deal
The three country vets will release new music this year as well as re-record new versions of their greatest hits with Mickey Jack Cones as producer.
"Tim, Larry and Richie were instantly recognizable and celebrated voices of their era, who consistently racked up airplay and sales success," said Jon Loba, President of BMG Nashville. "Since the three joined forces to become The Frontmen, fans are not only continuing to celebrate their previous individual hits, but reacting passionately to their fresh, compelling and contemporary sound that while completely new, still has a warm familiarity of their instantly recognizable past. We can't wait to reacquaint a generation of country music fans with these incredible and proven voices, while introducing them to an entirely new generation."
What began as a one-off salute to U.S. troops grew into a series of tours that found them performing for armed forces around the world. That led to touring in the U.S.
In addition to their 2023 tour dates, the band will perform at CMA Fest on Sunday, June 11.
Hits from the previous bands include Restless Heart's "The Bluest Eyes in Texas," "That Rock Won't Roll," "I'll Still Be Loving You" and "Why Does It Have to Be (Wrong or Right)," Lonestar's "Amazed," "Smile" and "I'm Already There," plus Little Texas' "God Blessed Texas," "Amy's Back in Austin" and "What Might Have Been."
- 03/04/21: Lambert, Ingram, Randall team up for surprise recording
- 03/04/21: McDonald exits Lonestar to join Frontmen of Country
- 03/07/08: Former Lonestar singer Richie McDonald plans on Christian music disc
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