Randall King Drops Self-Titled, Neo-Traditional Country Album on Friday
If you fell in love with country music in the '90s, Randall King has got a big ol' fat treat for you. On Friday (April 27) the Abilene native will release his highly anticipated new, self-titled, self-produced album.
Ahead of the release, the new neo-country traditionalist joined us in studio last week (April 20) on Radio Texas, LIVE! to debut a couple songs -- the response was astounding.
"The self-titled album encompasses his upbringing and family relationships, which are showcased in tracks like “When He Knows Me,” “Reason to Quit,” and “Freightline,” while highlighting his fun honky-tonkin’ side in songs like “Break It” and “Cool Under Pressure” that are sure to be summer favorites."
King’s last project, Another Bullet (2016 EP), garnered over half a million Spotify streams and with this new full-length album, King takes the next step towards bringing his neo-traditional, honky-tonk style to country music fans everywhere.