JOSH TURNER NEW LIVE ALBUM

JOSH TURNER TAKES IT OUT OF THE
STUDIO ON HIS NEW LIVE ALBUM AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY AT CRACKER BARREL
OLD COUNTRY STORE® IN AUGUST
Josh Turner – Live Across America Album and Singles Will Be Available for Download on iTunes and Amazon.com

Josh Turner recorded Live Across America while out on tour this year.
Photo Credit: George Holz
LEBANON, Tenn. (July 30, 2012)– Country troubadour Josh Turner
will be traveling down the road for a second time with the Cracker
Barrel Old Country Store® exclusive music program when his new live
album Josh Turner—Live Across America, debuts on August 27, 2012.  The CD will be available exclusively at all Cracker Barrel® locations and online on crackerbarrel.com,
Amazon.com, and on iTunes for $11.99.  The album features live
performances of Turner’s biggest hits including “Long Black Train,” “Why
Don’t We Just Dance,” “Your Man,” as well as his never-before-released
version of Waylon Jennings’ “America.”  The performances were recorded
at 12 different live shows from Lancaster, Pa. to Austin, Texas during
Turner’s 2012 tour, which continues through December and is sponsored
exclusively by Cracker Barrel.  Turner previously collaborated with
Cracker Barrel for his 2007 release, Josh Turner—Live at the Ryman. 
“This is my second go-round with Cracker Barrel, who also sponsors
my tour. We came up with the idea of taking a mobile studio out on the
road and recording our show every night. And that’s what Live Across America
is: the best renditions of songs from all over the country,” Turner
says. “The fans will be able to hear recordings from their hometowns.”
Cracker Barrel Marketing Manager Julie Craig shares, “Josh’s music
genuinely resonates with many of our guests, and we are thrilled to join
forces with him on a second Cracker Barrel album.  Because the songs
were recorded during actual performances, there’s a feeling of being in
the audience and getting caught up in the energy and excitement of a
live show.”
Josh Turner—Live Across America track listing:
1)  “All Over Me” – Live In Biloxi, MS (3:28) 
2)  “Firecracker” – Live In Lancaster, PA (3:47) 
3)  “Everything Is Fine” – Live In Knoxville, TN (3:52) 
4)  “So Not My Baby” – Live In Lake Charles, LA (3:35) 
5)  “Would You Go With Me” – Live In Plant City, FL (3:48) 
6)  “Long Black Train” – Live In Austin, TX (5:27) 
7)  “I Wouldn’t Be A Man” – Live In Savannah, GA (3:39) 
8)  “Me And God” – Live In Key Largo, FL (3:17)  
9)  “Another Try” – Live In Atlanta, GA (3:51) 
10)  “Your Man” – Live in Kansas City, MO (3:38)  
11)  “America” – Live in Charlottesville, VA (3:33)   
12)  “Why Don’t We Just Dance” – Live In Atlantic City, NJ (4:00) 
In celebration of this release, Cracker Barrel is offering a
sweepstakes with entries being accepted now through September 14, 2012
(5:00 p.m. CT).  One lucky fan and a guest will win an all-expense paid
trip to Nashville, Tenn. to meet Turner and see him perform at the Grand
Ole Opry.  A winner will be announced on or about September 30, 2012.
See Official Rules for details at crackerbarrel.com/joshturner.
Josh Turner – Live Across America is the latest in
Cracker Barrel’s exclusive music program.  Since 2005, Cracker Barrel
has released CDs with a wide variety of artists, some of which have
debuted in the top three spots on a range of Billboard magazine’s charts
including Top DVD Music Videos, Top Country Albums, Top Christian
Albums and Top Bluegrass Albums. In addition, An Evening With … Dolly earned a Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) Gold award, Dailey & Vincent Sing The Statler Brothers won
“Album of the Year” from the International Bluegrass Music Association
(IBMA) and a track on that CD was nominated for a Grammy® award, and
Smokey Robinson’s Now & Then was nominated for an
NAACP IMAGE AWARD.  Cracker Barrel’s exclusive music program includes
CDs with Alabama, Rodney Atkins, Jason Michael Carroll, The Charlie
Daniels Band, Ronnie Dunn, Edens Edge, Sara Evans, Bill Gaither,
Montgomery Gentry, Amy Grant, The Grascals, Merle Haggard, Alan Jackson,
George Jones, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Craig Morgan, The Oak
Ridge Boys, Kenny Rogers, Ricky Skaggs, Aaron Tippin, Randy Travis,
Wynonna, and the Zac Brown Band.  For details visit crackerbarrel.com/music.

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