The Dirt Road and BBR Music Group partner to release a free music sampler featuring some of today's biggest country music artists, as well as exciting newcomers from the Nashville-based music group. The Dirt Road Sampler is available for free download starting today though December 30, exclusively on Google Play.
Tracks appearing on The Dirt Road Sampler include Dustin Lynch's chart topper "Where It's At," Joe Nichols' multi-week #1 "Yeah," Randy Houser's #1 smash "Goodnight Kiss,"Thompson Square's Gold-certified #1 smash "If I Didn't Have You" and an acoustic version of Jason Aldean's platinum-selling #1 single "Burnin' It Down," which is exclusive to the sampler.
The Dirt Road Sampler also contains a brand new song from BBR Music Group rising star David Fanning, who recently turned the heads of music fans with his cover of Justin Timberlake's "Drink You Away." The Country anthem "Doin' Country Right" is available for the first time ever, exclusively on The Dirt Road Sampler.
The Dirt Road Sampler Track Listing:
Jason Aldean - Burnin' It Down (Acoustic)*
Chase Bryant - Take It On Back
Kristy Lee Cook - Lookin' For A Cowgirl
Lindsay Ell - Shut Me Up
David Fanning - Doin' Country Right*
Randy Houser - Goodnight Kiss
Jackie Lee - She Does
Dustin Lynch - Where It's At
Joe Nichols - Yeah
Parmalee - Close Your Eyes
Thompson Square - If I Didn't Have You
Click here to download the sampler today.
Source: Taste of Country
Randy Travis was among the guests at Joe’s concert at Billy Bob’s Texas in Fort Worth this past Saturday. The country legend visited with Joe, and even treated the ‘Yeah’ singer’s family to a barbecue dinner.
Joe calls Travis a hero. The two became close shortly before Travis suffered a life-threatening stroke in 2013. Together, they recorded ‘Tonight I’m Playin’ Possum,’ a tribute to George Jones. On Saturday, Joe sang the 1989 Travis hit ‘Promises’ as the 55-year-old watched from the side of the stage.
Appearances from Travis are becoming increasingly common as he continues to recover. At first he was limited to a wheelchair, but his fiancee, Mary Davis, now says he can walk up to 300 yards unassisted. She adds that they both believe he’ll perform again. In fact, Travis has begun working on new music, even learning to write left-handed.
While he still struggles with communication, he’s taken to song.
“The music does come easy,” Davis reveals. “He plays every single chord and he knows all the words.”
Travis’ first public appearance after the stroke was in February. He’s also made surprise appearance at several charity events, plus a Dolly Parton concert.
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Photo credit: BJ Yeager