Saturday Brunch – October 28th, 2017

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Welcome to Saturday Brunch! Following a glimpse at the track listing for Tracy Lawrence’s new album out on November 10, this week’s edition comes with a distinct 90’s flavour!

Tracy Lawrence

A regular on the Billboard charts back in the 90’s, we’re eagerly awaiting the release of Tracy’s new album “Good Ole Days” on November 10, which features collaborations with Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, Big and Rich and Luke Bryan (to name check a few!).

Tracy Lawrence, Good Ole Days Track Listing:
1. “Time Marches On” feat. Tim McGraw
2. “Sticks and Stones” feat. Luke Bryan
3. “Alibis” feat. Justin Moore
4. “Can’t Break It to My Heart” feat. Jason Aldean
5. “Good Ole Days” feat. Brad Arnold and Big & Rich
6. “If the World Had a Front Porch” feat. Luke Combs
7. “Texas Tornado” feat. Dustin Lynch
8. “Stars Over Texas” feat. Kellie Pickler
9. ”If the Good Die Young” feat. Chris Young
10. ”Paint Me a Birmingham” feat. Easton Corbin
11. “Finally Home” feat. Craig Morgan

Runaway June

Currently on the road with Jon Pardi and Midland, Runaway June could easily slot into a line-up of 90’s country hit makers as they do alongside their peers today. Their take on Dwight Yoakum’s 1993 classic “Fast as You” is fab, and if C2C are watching, we’d love to see them in London in March!

Alan Jackson

One of the class of 2017 at this year’s Country Music Hall of Fame Medallion Ceremony, we featured Alan last week, but couldn’t resist a couple more along with his glorious welcome from Miss Loretta herself…

Deana Carter

Nothing evokes the spirit of the 90’s like Deana Carter’s “Strawberry Wine” but we also stumbled across this nugget from the Bobby Bones show featuring Deana playing the hit she co-wrote for Kenny Chesney “You and Tequila”

Vince Gill and Patty Loveless

And finally, no mention of 90’s country would be complete without a little something from Vince Gill and these two come with added Patty Lovelesss…you’re welcome!

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I live for the experience of live music. Nashville is my kind of town and life feels pretty good at a country concert in the sun with a cold beer in hand. My appreciation of country came via my Dad’s collection in the 70’s and 80’s and I spent my teens listening to Springsteen. On a trip to the states about ten years ago I flicked to the CMT channel and Brad Paisley’s Whiskey Lullaby had me hooked. Since then my love of the genre has seen me travel to the US regularly to attend concerts, festivals and more intimate songwriter sessions in some great venues. It is terrific to see artists making the return trip this side of the Atlantic but equally refreshing to see some fantastic homegrown talent gaining recognition. This is an exciting time for “new country” and I am very happy to be along for the ride.