Aldean, Johnson release new music
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
– Jason Aldean's "Night Train," the Georgian's fifth disc, leads the new music out today. Aldean has a number one single on his hands as well with Take a Little Ride.
The disc also contains The Only Way I Know,
a collaboration among Aldean, Luke Bryan and Eric Church.
Jamey Johnson was last heard from two years ago with a double-CD, "Guitar Song." He's doing things his way again with a tribute to the late song-writing great Hank Cochran, "Living for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran." Among those on the disc are Ray Price, Alison Krauss, Elvis Costello, Emmylou Harris and Vince Gill.
Scotty McCreery released a Christmas disc, "Christmas With Scotty McCreery," containing standard holiday fare.
Rockabilly filly Rosie Flores returns with "Working Girl's Guitar" (Bloodshot). This is Flores' 11th release and marks the first time she handled all guitar and production chores.
Bluegrass artist and Ohio radio station owner Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers are out with "They're Playing My Song" (Rebel). The release contains 14 songs, including an Osborne Brothers medley.
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