Confederate Railroad Releases Latest Album, ‘Lucky To Be Alive’, In Stores Now

Confederate Railroad

Multi-platinum recording artist Confederate Railroad is back with their latest album, “Lucky to be Alive”, which is now available on iTunes, Amazon and music retailers nationwide.

The project marks the first release by the chart-topping band in nine years, and showcases their unique style, bringing their southern–rock-meets-country-conscience front and center. A key highlight on the album includes a special 20th Anniversary edition of the signature hit, “Trashy Women.”

The new, revamped version features vocal appearances by Willie Nelson, John Anderson, Colt Ford and Jerry Glanville, who all teamed up to benefit a special charity near-and-dear to Confederate Railroad’s hearts, The Hunter Worley Foundation.

Founded by lead singer Danny Shirley, The Hunter Worley Foundation will receive 100% of Shirley and Confederate Railroad’s proceeds from “Trashy Women.” The charity was established in response to a tragedy suffered by a family in Shirley’s hometown, where a child named Hunter Worley was accidentally killed in a farming accident. The foundation provides financial and therapeutic support to families who have lost a child.

“Lucky To Be Alive” Track Listing:
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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, Colt Ford and Jerry Glanville
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

The ACM award winners are hitting the road for the remainder of 2016 in support of their latest Danny Shirley / Blue Miller co-produced album, along with making several media appearances in-between. Shirley recently served as the co-host of four episodes of Heartland TV’s smash, “Country Classics,” which showcases classic country from the 70s, 80s and 90s, highlighting some of the genre’s biggest hits.

There are multiple reasons why lead singer Danny Shirley is ‘lucky to be alive,’ which are highlighted in recent features on and the The Boot.

You can learn more about Confederate Railroad by visiting their website at


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