ERNEST, Lynch, Eagleson release new CDs
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ERNEST, Lynch, Eagleson release new CDs

Friday, September 29, 2023 – ERNEST, Dustin Lynch and Jade Eagleson lead today's releases, which includes an expanded reissue by Jason Isbell and a Thomas Rhett greatest hits.

Ernest dropped "Ernest & The Fellas Unplugged" on Big Loud Records. The release is the live performance audio from his Salvage Sessions and Circle Sessions, which were the songs from "Flower Shops" CD, which broke him. He helped write nine of the songs and covered John Mayer's "Slow Dancing In A Burning Room."

Dustin Lynch released his sixth studio disc, "Killed the Cowboy," out Sept. 29 on Broken Bow. Lynch wrote 5 of the 12 songs, which includes"Chevrolet," a rocker with Lynch's label mate Jelly Roll.

Rhett was out with "20 Number Ones" on The Valory Music Co. The disc celebrates the 20 chart toppers he has enjoyed over the last decade. Last week, he notched his 21st number one, "Angels (Don't Always Have Wings)"."

Isbell put out "Southeastern 10th Anniversary Edition" on his own Southeastern Records label. The release is a deluxe four-LP box set, which includes the never-before-heard original "Southeastern" demos and a brand-new live recording of the album from December 2022 at the Bijou Theatre in Knoxville, Tenn. The original disc contained a dozen songs, all remastered here. The demos section contains 11 songs (all except "Super 8").The live part has all 12 songs plus an intro.

Canadian singer Jade Eagleson released his third studio album "Do It Anyway," which is steeped in traditional country. The 13 song release follows an excellent night at the 2023 Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Awards. Eagleson was crowned Entertainer of the Year and Male Artist of the Year, both first time wins. The release contains his take on One Direction's "Steal My Girl."

Boy Named Banjo made their major label debut with "Dusk," on Mercury. The group consists of Barton Davies, William Reames, Ford Garrard, Willard Logan, Sam McCullough and Abe Scott. The band is diverse, playing everything froim bluegrass to rock.

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