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Tracy Lawrence Releases “Good Ole Days”


Tracy Lawrence’s latest album, Good Ole Days celebrates the singers Country Music career with stars from both country and rock. The album features eleven duets of some of Lawrence’s biggest hits and two new tracks, “Good Ole Days” featuring Brad Arnold and Big & Rich and “Finally Home” featuring Craig Morgan.

The album is being released today (Nov. 10) and is available at iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay and on Lawrence’s website.

“There’s such a hunger out there for the music from my era – I hear that from so many people, so I felt like this was a good time to kind of blend the old and the new,” said Tracy. “My first commitment was from my buddy Tim McGraw, who chose to sing ‘Time Marches On,’ on the new record.”

The collaborative collection also includes guest appearances by Jason Aldean, Big & Rich, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Easton Corbin, Dustin Lynch, Tim McGraw, Justin Moore, Kellie Pickler and Chris Young. 3 Doors Down leader Brad Arnold makes his Country Music debut on the title track.

Tracy Lawrence Good Ole Days Track list:

“Time Marches On” Featuring Tim McGraw

Originally released March 1996 on his Time Marches On album. Peaked at #1

“Sticks And Stones” Featuring Luke Bryan

Originally released November 1991 on his Sticks and Stones album. Peaked at #1

“Alibis” Featuring Justin Moore

Originally released February 1993 on his Alibis album. Peaked at #1

“Can’t Break It To My Heart” Featuring Jason Aldean

Originally released June 1993 on his Alibis album. Peaked at #1

“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. Peaked at #2

“Texas Tornado” Featuring Dustin Lynch

Originally released April 1995 on his I See It Now album. Peaked at #1

“Stars Over Texas” Featuring Kellie Pickler

Originally released July 1996 on his Time Marches On album. Peaked at #2

“If The Good Die Young” Featuring Chris Young

Originally released January 1994 on his Alibis album. Peaked at #1

”Paint Me A Birmingham” Featuring Easton Corbin

Originally released October 2003 on his Strong album. Peaked at #4

“Finally Home” Featuring Craig Morgan

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