The album is almost here! Randy stops in to talk about the release of his debut album with Buzz Brainard. Hear their conversation Tuesday, July 26 at 9am ET. Can't catch this airing? Tune in on Thursday, July 28 at 11am ET to hear the broadcast again.
Randy recently sat down with Mike Ragogna of the Huffington Post to talk about his career and debut album. In the article, find out how Randy was signed, Emmylou Harris' involvement in his upcoming album, and what he considers to be one of the 'biggest compliments in the world."
Beginning today, you can pre-order Randy's upcoming self-titled album on iTunes. The album will be released at all digital retailers on July 26. Also starting today, you can stream the album in its entirety on Randy's Facebook page!
Randy is set to release his debut self-titled album to all digital retailers on July 26. Fans can pre-order Randy's album beginning tomorrow, June 28 on iTunes.
1. 1,000 Faces
2. It's Gone
3. Ain't Much Left of Lovin' You
4. Last Horse
5. Burn These Matches
6. Goodbye Rain
7. It Ain't Hit Me Yet
9. Like A Cowboy
10. Back Of My Heart
11. Assembly Line
One of the cuts we can’t stop listening to on our new free sampler, CMT Presents The Country Way Digital Vol. 2, is Randy Montana’s “1,000 Faces.” Blame it on the clever rhyme scheme, or the song’s sentimental center. We talked to the country newcomer (and Taylor Swift tour mate) about “1,000 Faces’” origins, the killer video, his songwriting dad, and his admiration for Bruce Springsteen.
Randy Montana is kicking off the New Year in a big way, landing in Southern
Living  magazine's annual 'Best of the South' issue as one of the
magazine's top five Southern artists to watch in 2011. The singer-songwriter
also has a brand new single and video, '1000 Faces,' out this week and is
releasing a special three-song EP.
It’s not difficult to see Southern rock’s intertwining with country music over the last few decades. While Charlie Daniels and Hank Williams Jr. have long had their feet planted in both genres, Travis Tritt and Montgomery Gentry—and more recently Jason Aldean and Justin Moore—have not been shy about professing the influence Southern rock has had on their music.