Clay Walker's new project suits him to a "T" (and Tuesday, August 3 brings him to the Grand Ole Opry)
Country music mainstay doesn't disappoint on Texas to Tennessee, released July 30 following massive popularity of and staying power success of "Need a Bar Sometimes" video - the singer/songwriter co-wrote all ten tracks
Walker’s Texas To Tennessee album was produced by Michael Knox and Jaron Boyer ("Somewhere on a Beach), and recorded in Nashville and Galveston, taking its title literally and symbolizing his storied career journey between his hometown and adopted Nashville home.
His "Need A Bar Sometimes” single has garnered nearly 8 million video views, and it has been No. 1 or No. 2 on CMT's 12 Pack Countdown every week for several months. Fresh off a run of shows with Tracy Lawrence, Clay's Texas To Tennessee joins a body of work that already includes four platinum albums, 31 charted singles and 11 No. 1 hits.
"I got to write with the best writers in country music," he says. "Every writer on this album is accomplished, most came in with ideas they thought fit me or developed ideas I brought and it led to real cohesiveness in all these songs."
Track listing for Texas To Tennessee:
1. Anything To Do With You (Clay Walker, Brandon Kinney, Shane Minor, Mike Mobley)
2. Need A Bar Sometimes (Walker, Jaron Boyer, Josh Mirenda, George Birge)
3. Catching Up With An Ol' Memory (Walker, Boyer, Birge, Lalo Guzman)
4. Country Side (Clay Walker, Boyer, Lynn Wilbanks)
5. Cowboy Loves A Woman (Walker, Jennifer Hanson, Mark Nesler)
6. Texas To Tennessee (Walker, Hanson, Nesler)
7. I Just Wanna Hold You (Walker, Boyer, Ben Stennis)
8. Loving You Then (Walker, Jaron Boyer, Brad Rempel, Stennis)
9. You Look Good (Walker, Boyer, Michael Tyler)
10. One More (Walker, David Lee Murphy, Justin Weaver)
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