Bradley Walker is a man who can say something that most of us can't, he has lived his dream... and, thankfully for all of us, he continues to do so with the release of his newest album titled Call Me Old Fashioned.
On his website it says, "Country music is at its best when it’s anchored in tradition, rooted in faith and family values and delivered with heartfelt passion that resonates with authenticity" and we couldn't agree more. Walker says Merle Haggard was his number one influence and it shows in the very best way. The album is produced with his longtime friend Rory Feek and contains a very special song, “In the Time That You Gave Me,” a poignant duet between Walker and Rory’s late wife, Joey Martin Feek, who lost her battle with cancer in March. Call us inspired, entertained, delighted, motivated and please, Mr. Walker, Call Me Old Fashioned.
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One month before Ray Price passed away in December 2013, the country legend put the finishing touches on one last album, wrapping up the recording sessions for Beauty Is… with help from producer Fred Foster and string conductor Bergen White. Nearly three years later, Willie Nelson has reassembled the same team for For the Good Times: A Tribute to Ray Price, a moving record that finds Nelson, a short-lived member of Price's touring band, the Cherokee Cowboys, in 1961, as well as a longtime friend during the half-century that followed, saluting one of his mentors.
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