Shooter Jennings sets release for fourth CD
Wednesday, August 1, 2007
– Shooter Jennings will release his third studio disc, "The Wolf," and fourth overall on Oct. 23 on Universal South.
Jennings wrote 9 of the 13 tracks for this project. Several tracks on the disc, which was produced by Dave Cobb, include the autobiographical country blues tinged title cut, as well as "Slow Train" featuring guest vocals by The Oak Ridge Boys and "Old Friend."
Jennings' last release was a live album recorded at the Irving Plaza in New York City. He also released "Put the O in Country" and "Electric Rodeo."
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