Dickerson is all "Yours" come October
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
– Russell Dickerson will debut with "Yours," on Oct. 13.
"Yours," produced by Casey Brown, will include tracks currently on his EP including "Blue Tacoma," "MGNO" and "Every Little Thing" plus seven further cuts. Dickerson co-wrote all of the songs.
"I'm beyond stoked to have my first full-length album out," said Dickerson. "The support from my fans is what has brought me this far. The 'Yours' EP has changed my life, and I cannot wait to see what the 'Yours' album will bring."
Dickerson is the flagship act on Triple Tigers Records, a joint venture with Sony Music.
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