Jamey Johnson releases new single
Friday, July 17, 2009
– Jamey Johnson released the new single from his next album this afternoon. My Way To You,
co-written by Johnson and Charlie Midnight,
is now only available at radio.
On Aug. 3, the song will be a free download at
Johnson's web site, . On Aug. 11, the digital
single will be available for download digital stores.
The follow-up album to Johnson's critically acclaimed "That Lonesome Song" will
hit stores this fall and will also be released on vinyl. "Man, that's how I
listen to music. It's my favorite, number-one preference at home, to go put a
vinyl record on my great grandmother's old record player."
Johnson has maintained a heavy touring schedule. "The road is where it's at," says Johnson. "I love it. That's where you take country music. You don't get the message out there by sitting at the house."
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