“Tradition Lives” by Mark Chesnutt In Stores July 8th

The wait is over for Mark Chesnutt fans!Friday, July 8th marks the release of his first album of all-new material in six years, “Tradition Lives”, released by Row Entertainment. The celebration kicked off Friday, July 1st, as the lyric video for the track “I’ve Got A Quarter In My Pocket” premiered exclusively on TheBoot.com.

Check out the video here:

“Tradition Lives” includes 12 new Chesnutt tracks, each with the pure honky-tonk sounds that have helped to make him one of the most revered and respected artists in the business. The album also includes a tribute to the late Merle Haggard and famed songwriter, Red Lane, “There Won’t Be Another Now.”

A few years back, Jimmy Ritchey and I were at his home studio at about 2 a.m.talking about The Hag and his influence on us, and we thought it would be nice to add this song to the album as a tribute to him and to Red Lane. It’s just me with Jimmy on guitar. I hope fans enjoy it,” said Chesnutt.

“Tradition Lives” is produced by Jimmy Ritchey and released by Row Entertainment. Row Entertainment is distributed by BFD through RED distribution.

TRADITION LIVES Track Listing:traditional lives

  1. I’ve Got A Quarter In My Pocket
  2. Is It Still Cheating
  3. Lonely Ain’t The Only Game In Town
  4. Oughta Miss Me By Now
  5. Neither Did I
  6. So You Can’t Hurt Me Anymore
  7. You Moved Up In Your World
  8. Look At Me Now
  9. Losing You All Over Again
  10. Never Been To Texas
  11. What I Heard
  12. Hot

Bonus Track:

There Won’t Be Another Now (Tribute to The Hag and Red Lane)

A native of Beaumont, Texas, Mark Chesnutt began his run up the charts in 1990 with “Too Cold At Home,” and followed that initial hit up with blockbuster 90s favorites such as “Brother Jukebox,” “Let It Rain,” and “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing.” Along the way, he has earned one Gold album and four Platinum albums. He has been nominated for several industry awards, and has a CMA trophy to his credit…the 1993 Vocal Event of the Year prize for “I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair,” a hit for The Possum, George Jones.

Chesnutt continues to be a touring favorite, with close to 175 dates on his calendar…which is booked well into the latter part of 2016.

For more information about Mark Chesnutt, visit his website at www.MarkChesnutt.com.


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