Maddie And Tae Celebrate Their New Album, Start Here, In Style!

Maddie & Tae really kicked off their week in style… they celebrated their new album, Start Here, out Friday, August 28th, with a release party on Tuesday in Nashville. The full-length album builds on the success of the #1 single “Girl in a Country Song” and its follow-up “Fly” which is quickly climbing the charts. The pair performed both of the songs during an acoustic set of Start Here‘s key tracks for media and invited guests.

Maddie and Tae duet with Lee Ann Womack
The highlight of the evening for the girls was a guest appearance by their idol, Lee Ann Womack. Together they all sang her 1998 hit “A Little Past Little Rock.” The girls ended the evening by receiving plaques for their single “Girl in a Country Song” which recently achieved platinum status.

Maddie and Tae
Start Here, will share Maddie & Tae’s EP’s four songs which includes “Girl in a Country Song” and their second single, “Fly” in addition to seven other tracks. Those tunes include the album’s title track and “Downside of Growing Up,” which Marlow says the tune is her personal favorite.

We poured our whole hearts into Start Here, and I cannot wait to just show our fans the whole Maddie & Tae spiel,” Marlow says. “Songs that cover all different topics.”


Maddie & Tae, Start Here Complete Track Listing:

1. “Waitin’ on a Plane”
2. “Girl in a Country Song”
3. “Smoke”
4. “Shut Up and Fish”
5. “Fly”
6. “Sierra”
7. “Your Side of Town”
8. “Right Here, Right Now”
9. “No Place Like You”
10. “After the Storm Blows Through”
11. “Downside of Growing Up”


The album is available for pre-order via iTunes now and will be available for purchase Friday, August 28th. Maddie & Tae are currently opening for Dierks Bentley on his 2015 Sounds of Summer Tour, will embark on their own headlining club tour in October in support of their new project.


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