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Eldredge says "Adios Old Friend"

Thursday, August 17, 2023 – Brett Eldredge is celebrating the release of his 2013 debut album, "Bring You Back," with a 10-year anniversary edition.

In honor of the anniversary, Warner Music Nashville will release "Adios Old Friend – 10 Year Anniversary Bonus Track" today. Written by Eldredge and Jon Randall, the song was recorded in 2013, but was never released.

The album yielded three number one singles including "Don't Ya," "Beat of the Music" and "Mean To Me."

In addition to the new track, fans can experience another hidden gem with: "From The Vault: Bring You Back (10 Year Anniversary Concert) now available on Youtube. The five song concert features a mix of hits and album cuts including "One Mississippi."

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Coming off a string of six consecutive number one hits from his first two albums, "("Bring You Back" and "Illinois"), Brett Eldredge had a choice; take deliberate aim at the chart summit or follow his heart. He opted for the latter and delivers a thread of love and love lost songs. He self-titled his fourth album saying it was his most honest collection of songs to date. The Illinois native is known for doing death-defying stunts when his songs hit the top of ...

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