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Rodney Atkins takes the road to new CD

Monday, August 15, 2011 – Rodney Atkins will release his new disc, "Take A Back Road," currently also his hit single, will be out on Curb on Oct. 4.

Atkins is spending most of his summer traversing the country on a non-stop touring schedule that kicked off in Nashville on June 7. He hosted and organized the first annual "Music City Gives Back" concert that closed down the streets of Lower Broadway benefitting the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund entertaining thousands of fans and raising money for the ongoing need for contributions to help victims of recent natural disasters.

Atkins is currently working with Pillsbury's Biscuitfest platform that will focus on promotional opportunities in over 30,000 outlets across the U.S. coupled with Atkins' fall tour culminating with a trip to the annual CMA Awards.

"I have put a lot of time into the recording of this album and am excited to say I think it is progressive and representative of who and where I am today, " states Atkins. "We are thrilled with the reaction of Take A Back Road."

The track listing is:

1. Take A Back Road

2. He's Mine

3. Family

4. The Corner

5. She's A Girl

6. She'd Rather Fight

7. Feet

8. Cabin In The Woods

9. Just Wanna Rock N' Roll

10. Growing Up Like That

11. Tips

12. Lifetime

13.Farmer's Daughter


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