Mize rides the "Come Back Road"
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
– Logan Mize, who released an EP on Arista Nashville in 2015, is back releasing back on his own.
"Come Back Road," a 12-song set comes out July 28. Mize helped write three of the songs, while Mize also utilized the efforts of songwriters Josh Kear, Ross Copperman, Matraca Berg, The Warren Brothers, Rodney Clawson, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne. The full-length Big Yellow Dog Music release was produced by Dan Agee.
The first single is "Ain't Always Pretty."
"I've never put my voice behind a bigger or better group of songs. I would love to see them connect with a grand scale audience that loves them as much as I do," said Mize.
The track listing is:
1. Somebody To Thank (Josh Kear / David Frasier / Ed Hill)
2. Life's a Party (Josh Kear / Mark Irwin / Chris Tompkins)
3. Cool Girl (Logan Mize /Daniel Tashian)
4. Come Back Road (Josh Kear / Rodney Clawson / Ross Copperman)
5. Better Off Gone (Abe Stoklasa / Donovan Woods)
6. All This Night Needs (Daniel Tashian / Matraca Berg/ Dave Berg)
7. Ain't Always Pretty (Brett Warren / Brad Warren / Chris Stevens / Lance Miller)
8. Drinkin' Buddies (Chris Gelbuda / Kylie Sackley)
9. Bands Make Her Dance (Logan Mize / Rodney Clawson / Luke Dick)
10. Catch a Fish (Logan Mize / Warren / Warren / Miller)
11. All Time (Luke Dick / Shane McAnally / Josh Osborne)
12. Big City (Daniel Tashian / Troy Verges)
Tour dates are:
July 19 - Steamboat Springs, CO - Brent Romick Rodeo Arena
July 21 - Crete, NE - Saline County Fair
July 28 - El Dorado, KS - El Dorado Lake
July 29 - Concordia, KS - Cloud County Fair
Aug. 12 - Rossville, KS - Rossville Community Park
Sept. 2 - DuQuoin, IL - DuQuoin State Fairgrounds
Sept. 9 - Thomson, IL - Rebels On The Run Country Music Fest
Sept. 29 - Manhattan, KS - The Hat
Sept. 30 - Hays, KS - The Fox Pavilion
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