Lawrence sneak peaks new CD
Monday, August 19, 2013
– Tracy Lawrence's effort to push "Headlights Tailights and Radios," out Tuesday with online effort starting today with The Boot and Taste of Country giving fans a sneak pick of the disc.
Lawrence kicks off online appearances Monday, Aug. 19 at 9 p.m. eastern when he will join Country Music Chat - #CMchat LIVE with Jessica Northey to allow fans the opportunity to ask questions via a special Twitterview. Fans can go to http://www.cmchatlive.com/chat/ or by #CMchat [hashtag] using twitter join in.
Lawrence will appear in a special Twitterview event on The Boot Wednesday, Aug. 21 at 9 p.m. central. Fans can use #tracyontheboot [hashtag] via twitter to participate.
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After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Tracy Lawrence has resurfaced with his 13th studio album. Released on his own label, "Headlights, Taillights and Radios" is an 11-track radio friendly album that is polished with a contemporary gloss. As always, the melodies are simple, the hooks infectious and the voice unmistakable.
The single Footprints On The Moon is country's answer to Train's Drops Of Jupiter.
Let's catch a ride on a shooting star
We'll wave goodbye ...
On the heels of his successful Tim McGraw-Kenny Chesney collaboration, Find Out Who Your Friends Are, Tracy Lawrence's latest is an uplifting set filled with Christian songs in the vein of Randy Travis' "Rise and Shine." The songs here don't quite have the same lyrical punch as some of Travis' work, but it is a solid album nonetheless. Lawrence's warm baritone and effortless, emotional delivery make each track sound genuine and heartfelt.
I'm Done is a ...
Although there's no lack of country Christmas CDs, it's hard to find many strictly country Christmas songs. That makes "Cold Beer" on Tracy Lawrence's first ever Christmas CD something a little special. It says, in part: "I'll sit at this bar with my good friends/And we'll all toast Christmas cheer...with cold beer." It is doubtful many country folk roast chestnuts December 25, let alone do so on an open fire, but they no doubt pop tops like a Budweiser ...