New Music Friday: Tracy Lawrence Releases “Good Ole Days” Today!

Country legend Tracy Lawrence is releasing his quintessential new album “Good Ole Days” today HERE!

“Time Marches On” Featuring Tim McGraw-Originally released March 1996 on his Time Marches On album.
“Sticks And Stones” Featuring Luke Bryan-Originally released November 1991 on his Sticks and Stones album.
“Alibis” Featuring Justin Moore-Originally released February 1993 on his Alibis album.
“Can’t Break It To My Heart” Featuring Jason Aldean-Originally released June 1993 on his Alibis album.
“Good Ole Days” Featuring Brad Arnold And Big & Rich
“If The World Had A Front Porch” Featuring Luke Combs-Originally released September 1995 on his I See It Now album.
“Texas Tornado” Featuring Dustin Lynch-Originally released April 1995 on his I See It Now album.
“Stars Over Texas” Featuring Kellie Pickler-Originally released July 1996 on his Time Marches On album.
“If The Good Die Young” Featuring Chris Young-Originally released January 1994 on his Alibis album.
“Paint Me A Birmingham” Featuring Easton Corbin-Originally released October 2003 on his Strong album.
“Finally Home” Featuring Craig Morgan

The superstar enlisted the voices of some of Country and Rock’s brightest to collaborate on an album of his iconic hits and is already receiving rave reviews from critics…

“What’s sure to be country’s hottest new album” – The Nashville Country Club

“Tracy Lawrence is a one-man hit record machine…” – Country Music News International

“…Definitely something that belongs in the hands of every country music fan.” – Country’s Chatter

“The 11-track album spans much of Lawrence’s stellar career and also features two brand new songs.” –  Wide Open Country

Lawrence will make an appearance at The Ryman Auditorium TONIGHT on both shows of The Grand Ole Opry and will meet and sign autographs there in the lobby for fans who pick up a copy of the new record beginning at 5:30pm. On Saturday November 11th he will join Craig Morgan on the Nashville stop of Morgan’s Operation Finally Home Welcomes “American Stories Tour.”

To keep up with all the latest Tracy Lawrence news be sure to check out his website at



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