Crowell announces new CD
Thursday, January 5, 2017
– Rodney Crowell announced he would release a new disc in March.
"Close Ties" is coming out March 31 on New West Records, the label for which he released his last disc, "Tarpaper Sky," in 2014.
The veteran singer, who has been recording for 40 years, also released a video for the song "It Ain't Over Yet," which also features ex-wife Rosanne Cash, John Paul White, former member of The Civil Wars, and harmonica ace Mickey Raphael, who is in Willie Nelson's band.
The song listing is:
1. East Houston Blues
3. Life Without Susanna
4. It Ain't Over Yet
5. I Don't Care Anymore
6. I'm Tied To Ya' (feat. Sheryl Crow)
7. Forgive Me Annabelle
8. Forty Miles From Nowhere
9. Storm Warning
10. Nashville 1972
Jordan Lehning and Kim Buie produced the set.
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