Lambert, Nelson, Janson release new music
Willie Nelson is celebrating his 89th birthday today with a gift to others - the release of "A Beautiful Time." Nelson's 17th album for Sony Legacy was produced by Nelson's longtime musical collaborator Buddy Cannon (who's cowritten six of the album's new songs, including five with Nelson). In 2021, Legacy Recordings released two new Nelson albums - "That's Life," a tribute to Frank Sinatra, and "The Willie Nelson Family."
Chris Janson released his fourth studio album, "All In." Janson co-produced the project and co-wrote all but one of the 16 tracks. "You, Me & The River" with Eric Church is included in the project. Travis Tritt offers vocal help on "Things You Can't Live Without." "Keys to the Country" is the current single.
Bryan Martin is out with his second album, "Self Inflicted Scars," via Average Joes Entertainment. Martin went from working the oil rigs in Louisiana as a roughneck to writing songs as a hobby, catching fire on TikTok and landing his label deal with Average Joes. His mother sang with a lot of traditional artists such as David Houston, Faron Young and Alison Krauss, but she gave it all up after giving birth to her sonn.
Former American Idol competitor Alex Miller debuts with "Miller Time." Miller, 18, plays very traditional country country music. Miller, 6'-6", first found national fame as a competitor on American Idol Season 19. He was still working on the family's farm when he was accepted for the show. The current single is "Through With You." Jerry Salley produced the 10-song set. The Oak Ridge Boys help out on "I'm Gonna Sing."
- 03/23/23: Nelson receives LBJ Foundation honor
- 03/15/23: Lambert bids Sony adieu
- 03/14/23: Willie's Outlaw Music Fest returns
- 02/01/23: Nelson nominated for Rock & RolL Hall of Fame
- 01/24/23: Willie celebrates 90th with a lot of help from his friends
- 01/17/23: Never slowing down, Nelson covers Howard
- 12/01/22: Janson gets Heavy & Western
- 12/01/22: Lambert extends Vegas residency
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