Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Confederate Railroad's First Album In Nine Years Drops In July With Some Help From Their Friends

Artist: Confederate Railroad
Album: Lucky To Be Alive
Release date: July 15, 2016

Confederate Railroad is making their return with the upcoming album, Lucky To Be Alive. The project marks the first album release in nine years for the Grammy-nominated group, and will be released on July 15 to music retailers nationwide. The ACM award-winning band are also bringing the star power on the album, with guest appearances from Willie Nelson, John Anderson, Colt Ford and former NFL coach, Jerry Glanville, on a special 20th Anniversary version of the signature smash, “Trashy Women.”

Lead singer Danny Shirley observes, “Every night we play this song I am amazed and thankful at its staying power.”

In addition to the new, revamped version of “Trashy Women,” the highly anticipated album features all-new material. Something new is that Danny is a writer on seven of the album’s tracks. The Blue Miller & Danny Shirley-produced album showcases the band’s unique style, bringing their southern–rock-meets-country-conscience front and center. “Fast Cars And Guitars” is a song helped by friend of the band, Hall of Fame member, Charlie Daniels.

Another nod to Danny’s musical roots and ground-breaking track for Railroad is the shimmering bluegrass dedication “Don’t Feel As Young As I Used To” highlighted by guest artist Dan Tyminski of Union Station.

 Lucky To Be Alive Track Listing:

1. Lucky To Be Alive
2. Played The Game
3. The Man I Am Today
4. If I Ever Cross That Line
5. Trashy Women (20th Anniversary) featuring Willie Nelson, John Anderson and Colt Ford
6. Goodbye Song
7. Somebody Like You
8. Whisky And Women
9. Fast Cars And Guitars
10. Don’t Feel As Young As I Used To
11. Psycho Bitch From Hell (Live)
12. I’m Not Fallin’ For That

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