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King is "Into the Neon"

Monday, October 23, 2023 – Texas traditionalist Randall King will release his sophomore major label effort, "Into the Neon," on Jan. 26, 2024 with 18 songs recorded.

"You grow wiser with age, you grow wiser while you're working and experiencing life, and I feel like I have a deeper understanding of what my music really is," King said.. "We're moving into the neon era of country music. The pendulum is swinging, and you're watching it happen. Now I just hope people get their mind blown."

Co-produced by King alongside Jared Conrad, Kind helped write 6 of the songs.

"Think I'm getting the hang of hanging all this music out there," King said. "I sure loved this song from the first time I heard it. Go spin your lady to this one y'all."

Despite being in the studio recording new music in 2023, King has stayed busy on the road, recently returning from his first-ever European tour in September, Neon Overseas, with a set of 11 shows, including sold-out stops in Cologne, Germany and London England.

The track list is:
1. One Night Dance (Randall King and Jon Nite)
2. Somewhere Over Us (Randall King, Mike Walker and Joey Hyde)
3. When My Baby's in Boots (Trannie Anderson, Michael Carter and Jordan Walker)
4. What Doesn't Kill You (Mitchell Tenpenny, Michael Whitworth, Nate Smith and Zach Kale)
5. Hang of Hanging On (Brett Sheroky and Brice Long)
6. Burns Like Her (Adam James, Greylan James and Mikey Reaves)
7. Good Feelin' (Michael Whitworth, Will Jones and Benjy Davis)
8. The One You're Waiting On (Adam Wright and Shannon Wright)
9. Into The Neon (Randall King, Ben Stennis and Matt Rogers)
10. Tonk 'Til I Die (Randall King, Dan Smalley and Benjy Davis)
11. But It Ain't (Randall King, Jared Mullins and Ben Stennis)
12. Coulda Been Love (Jake Worthington, Kim Penz and Roger Springer)
13. Damn You Look Good (Ava Suppelsa, Aby Gutierrez rew Peebles)
14. Hard To Be Humble (Ben Hayslip, Corey Crowder and Chris LaCorte)
15. Right Things Right (Trannie Anderson, Chris Dubois and Jordan Walker)
16. As Far As We Go (Brett Sheroky and Drew Kennedy)
17. I Could Be That Rain (Brian Fuller and Mason Thornley)
18. I Don't Whiskey Anymore (Randall King and Gordie Sampson)

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The second self-released effort of West Texas native Randall King is a throwback to mainstream '90s country with mixed results. King has a pleasant singing voice reminiscent of Randy Travis or George Strait, but at times the material is cliched and several tracks suffer from Nashville overproduction. King is at his best on ballads on which he keeps the production relatively unadorned as with "Mirror, Mirror" and "One Goodbye," which sound like they could have ...

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