Trace Adkins New CD Released
August 2, 2011 by Post Team
Trace Adkins New CD Released, Country superstar Trace Adkins has released its highly anticipated tenth studio album, “proud to be here,” in stores today (August 2). The new collection of songs is the second album on their new label home, Exhibition, Universal Music, which is backed by great companions, Toby Keith.
Throughout its 15-year career in country music, Adkins has faced many ups and downs that a business is sometimes unstable, but his drive and determination to succeed has become one of the most sought after artists in the genre. Adkins admits he sometimes wondered if I would reach this level to be in great demand.
“I almost can not go back and listen to [my previous albums], especially that first album, because that sounds like a guy with no experience in studying scared to death,” says Adkins Country flavor. “That’s exactly what it was. I did the best I could, and had some great songs to work. I know in my opinion, I’ve grown and evolved and I have improved [since then]. Now I can hear these things and go ‘this is the best I can. ” I think I’ve grown just a little better at what I do. ”
Adkins began working on the “proud to be here ‘album in the spring of this year, teaming up once again with producer Kenny Beard, who lent their talents to their previous album,’ Back Urban Cowboy” and Mark Wright. As expected, the songs ‘proud to be here “go tongue in cheek tunes that will make you laugh, but also supply and emotional songs that show the deep feeling, like his current single,’ Just Fishin ‘”.
“Just Fishin ‘,” written by Casey Beathard, Ed Hill and Monty Criswell, tells the story of a father taking his daughter fishing, but realizes that they are doing much more than the task at hand. Video of the song has “the youngest daughter, Trinity, and offers viewers a different side of Adkins Adkins life compared to some of his biggest hits as” Honky Tonk Badonkadonk, “Hot Mama”, “and the duo of Blake Shelton,” Hillbilly marrow.
“It is likely that in this sense a song on every album I’ve done,” says Adkins, his most recent success is rapidly approaching the Top 10. “A couple of times [the songs] in the past have been singles. I do not know if I’ll do it more or less there, but it’s something I’ve always done, and this time thought of the song enough to put it as one. I had no problem with that. ”
While Adkins is a writer in her latest single, which could easily be a page of his life, his name can be found in a handful of other songs – “Days Like This” (written with Casey Beathard and Kenny Beard), “Semper Fi” (written by Monty Criswell and beard) and “If I was a woman” (written with beards, Jeff Bates, and Sherrie Austin) – the latter of which are found only in the deluxe edition of “Proud to be here.”
Adkins knew after putting the finishing touches on “If I was a woman” who had only one partner duo in country music that I could see working on the song … Blake Shelton. “That was the most fun I’ve had in the studio,” says Adkins to work again with Shelton. “I just laughed. I chose him, and he took me. We went back and forth. Hopefully someday I’ll be able to release the unedited version of the things we did that day because it was so funny that I thought “.
Other notable names are all “proud to be here” include the likes of Ira Dean, David Lee Murphy, Rivers Rutherford, Craig Wiseman, Jim Collins, Wendell Mobley, Ray Scott, Dallas Davidson, Chris Tompkins and Phil O’Donnell among others.
With his new album finished and in stores, Adkins is expecting to be back on the big screen after his recent role as the leader of a motorcycle gang in the film by Matthew McConaughey, “The Lincoln Lawyer.” Adkins fallen into the performance spotlight, but has fallen in love with the environment and looks forward to his next role.
“It always seems that something in the works … any chance that can happen,” Adkins says of his role in the next film. “But I’ve learned that business that you really do not want to talk too much about things until you have a release date for these things are known not to come to fruition. I enjoy it when I have the chance. I can get a kick out of it. I really do. I like to go out of my comfort zone and do something that challenges me. In fact, being on set with such incredibly talented people … it’s an exhilarating experience. ”
Adkins So you can see on the big screen once again, fans can see all the television stations throughout the month. To support the launch of ‘proud to be here, “Adkins is hitting the power of full-circuit television in August, including performances at the’ Extra ‘(August 2),” Fox & Friends (August 3), “Piers Morgan Tonight ‘(August 10), E!’ s” Chelsea Lately “(August 11), ABC’s ‘CMA Music Festival: Country Rock Night’ (August 14) and the History Channel two-hour special, “you do not know Dixie” (August 17).
In September, the singer will continue his round while commemorating the 10th anniversary of the 9 / 11 by performing a special concert for the USO for the troops and their families at Ramstein Air Base in Germany. The special concert will mark the singer’s sixth USO tour to date. Also that month Adkins again working oil rigs before his musical career to a special episode of GAC’s new series, “Labor Day”. During the special Adkins, without fear takes the show through the exhaustion requirements of being a ‘bully’ for a day for the episode which premieres September 14 on the network to the music.
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