Canadian country singer/songwriter Corb Lund and his band The Hurtin' Albertans are one of the few that have found an adopted home here in the Texas / Red Dirt scene. Corb, who has made a couple of appearances on Radio Texas, LIVE!, has been widely accepted by fans due in large part to the relationships he's forged with several Texas / Red Dirt artists.

This week, Corb released a new song titled “90 Seconds of Your Time,” and as first reported by Saving Country Music, the song was inspired by a hunting trip to Idaho with Turnpike Troubadour Evan Felker.

“We were on a 10 day elk hunt deep, deep in the mountains in Idaho with my friend Evan Felker from Turnpike Troubadours. And on day #8, we came back from hunting to find that all of our animals had been untied, and they were gone in the middle of nowhere,” Lund explains about the song. “And we still to this day don’t know if they came untied, or if some territorial hunters untied them. But the chances of four or five of them getting untied on their own is really slim.” 

Corb Lund’s Agricultural Tragic is out April 3rd.

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