Allen unveils "Tulip Drive" tracklist
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Allen unveils "Tulip Drive" tracklist

Monday, May 23, 2022 – Jimmie Allen revealed the record's 17-song tracklist for "Tulip Drive," which arrives June 24 via Stoney Creek Records/BBR Music Group.

"This is the first (album) where I chose to write songs about my own personal experiences, thoughts and hopes," Allen said.

The album's title is personal to Allen's family ties – Tulip Drive is the name of the street his late grandmother grew up on. Allen's 2018 debut album "Mercury Lane" was named for the street Allen grew up on, and his 2020 and 2021 releases, "Bettie James" and "Bettie James Gold Edition," were named for his grandmother (Bettie Snead) and father (James "Big Jim" Allen), who passed away in 2014 and 2019, respectively.

Starting this fall, Allen goes on the road, hitting 43 arenas nationwide as special guest on all dates of Carrie Underwood's Denim & Rhinestones Tour.

The track list is:
be alright (Jimmie Allen, Jason Evigan, Gian Stone, Castle) *
what i'm talkin bout (Zach Abend, Michael Hardy, Seth Ennis) ^
kissin you (Jimmie Allen, Ashley Gorley, Zach Crowell) ^
down home (Jimmie Allen, Rian Ball, Cameron Bedell, Tate Howell) ^
settle on back (Jimmie Allen, Tate Howell, Trip Howell, David Pramik) ^
pesos (featuring CeeLo Green & T-Pain) (Jimmie Allen, Edward Martin, Vincent Venditto, T-Pain, Thomas Callaway, Yannique DeLisle Barker, Chris Doyle, J. "Lonny" Bereal) +
love in the living room (Jimmie Allen, Jesse Frasure, Brandon Day, Alysa Vanderheym, Cary Barlowe) **
on my way (Jimmie Allen and Jennifer Lopez) (Ivy Adara, Leroy Clampitt, Michael Pollack) ^^
broken hearted (featuring Katie Ohh) (Jimmie Allen, Ashley Gorley, Will Weatherly) *
habits & hearts (Steven McMorran, Derrick Southerland, Jess Cates) ^
right now (Jimmie Allen, Matt Rogers, Jordan Schmidt) ^
wouldn't feel like summer (Alysa Vandereheym, Matthew McGinn, Jimmie Deeghan) ^
undo (Matt Rogers, Matt McVaney, Daniel Breland) ^
get you a girl (Jimmie Allen, Justin Ebach, Matt Jenkins) ++
keep em coming (Jimmie Allen, Brad Tursi, Will Weatherly) ^
every time i say amen (Travis Hill, Jon Nite, Ross Copperman) ^
you won't be alone (featuring Aadyn) (Jimmie Allen, Justin Ebach) ***

* Produced by Jason Evigan and Gian Stone
^ Produced by Ash Bowers and Jimmie Allen
+ Produced by Vinny Venditto and Vic "BillboardKiller" Martin
** Produced by Jesse Frasure and Jimmie Allen
^^ Produced by Keith Hetrick
++ Produced by Ilya Toshinskiy and Jimmie Allen
*** Produced by Ash Bowers and Eric Torres

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