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Eldredge returns with soph disc

Thursday, June 4, 2015 – Brett Eldredge announced he will release his new album in September.

"So out of my mind pumped to tell Ya my second album "ILLINOIS" will come out September 11th!!!!," Eldredge said in a tweet.

Eldredge, who is from Paris, Ill., made the announcement earlier this week in an apperance on Late Night With Seth Myers. The first single from the disc is "Lose My Mind," which he released in late April.

Eldredge, 29, debuted in 20124 with" Bring ou Back." He had number one songs with "Don't Ya," "Beat of the Music" and "Mean to Me." His first hit was the single "Raymond" in 2010 about a person who suffers from Alzheimer Disease. Eldredge won the CMA New Artist of the Year award last year.


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CD review - Sunday Drive When an artist achieves the kind of commercial success that Brett Eldredge has, there seems to inevitably be an album that is all about the songwriting. Having described his 2017 self-titled album as his "most honest collection of songs," he doubles down on the sincerity factor and bills "Sunday Drive" as his "most deeply personal to date." The distinction is a fine line, but it seems to be in the deliberateness of the preparation. Eldredge embarked on a voyage of ...
Coming off a string of six consecutive number one hits from his first two albums, "("Bring You Back" and "Illinois"), Brett Eldredge had a choice; take deliberate aim at the chart summit or follow his heart. He opted for the latter and delivers a thread of love and love lost songs. He self-titled his fourth album saying it was his most honest collection of songs to date. The Illinois native is known for doing death-defying stunts when his songs hit the top of ...
CD review - Glow If things ever go south for Brett Eldredge in the country music field, he should have no problem transitioning into the world of contemporary crooners like Michael Buble and Harry Connick, Jr. For on his debut holiday outing, "Glow," Eldredge takes off his hat and puts on his tuxedo as he delivers a pitch perfect, old-school dose of Christmas cheer. Across a swath of 10 (or 13 for those springing for the deluxe edition) traditional favorites and 1 original, Eldredge taps into a nostalgic ...


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