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Jason Eady Shares “That’s Alright” From I Travel On

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On August 10, the Mississippi-bred singer & guitarist Jason Eady returns with a new album I Travel On. The album is his first to be recorded with his ace touring band who have been relentlessly touring behind Eady’s critically acclaimed self-titled album that was released in 2017. GRAMMY-nominated musicians Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley accompanied Eady, his bandmates and wife Courtney Patton to round out the lineup that would execute the live, single-take sessions.

Today, Eady releases “That’s Alright,” the fourth track from the upcoming record.

“We recorded this song on the first day in the studio. It’s the biggest groove song on the record, and I wanted that to set the tone for everything else,” Eady tells The Boot. “It’s one of our favorite songs to play live, and I hope people enjoy listening to it as much as we love playing it.”

Eady recently premiered “The Climb” with Wide Open Country, and released “Always a Woman” alongside an interview with Billboard.

Noisey premiered the album opener “Calaveras County” and described the album as having “…a cohesive sound that feels weighted with meaning” while Rolling Stone Country named it one of the Top 10 Country & Americana Songs of the Week.

With his catalog spanning from blues-infused Americana to bare-bones reimagining of classic country, Eady’s seventh full-length takes on a looser, livelier, more groove-driven sound than ever before. But while I Travel On brims with a feel-good spontaneity, the Fort Worth-based artist continues to instill each song with the subtle insight and emotional depth that makes his music so powerful.

In another departure from his previous work, Eady wrote most of I Travel On in a month-long burst of creativity. “Normally I take my pick of the songs I’ve come up with since the last album, but this time I was writing specifically for this record,” he says. “And because the album’s so groove-centered, I focused on the way words rolled off the tongue and how they moved with the music. If something felt good to sing, I just let it be instead of going back and editing myself like I might’ve done in the past.”

Eady’s self-titled 2017 release was embraced by Rolling Stone, Wide Open Country,Saving Country Music and Noisey, who called the album “A self-titled 10-song collection of classic, heart-wrenching, delicate country.”

Jason Eady will tour throughout the rest of 2018 in support of I Travel On. Find a full list of tour dates below.

Tracklist:

1) I Lost My Mind in Carolina
2) Now or Never
3) Happy Man
4) Calaveras County
5) Always a Woman
6) That’s Alright
7) Below the Waterline
8) Pretty When I Die
9) She Had to Run
10) The Climb
11) I Travel On

Tour Dates:

8/1: Lubbock, TX – The Blue Light
8/3: Ft. Collins, CO – Magic Rat
8/4: Red River, NM – Motherlode Saloon
8/5: Denver, CO – Soiled Dove
8/7: Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge
8/10: Challis, ID – Braun Bros
8/12: Bozeman, MT- Filling Station
8/14: Rexford, MT – Abayance Bay
8/15: Spokane, WA – The Bartlett
8/16: Republic, WA- Republic Brewing
8/17: Bellingham, WA -Firefly Lounge
8/18: Helix, OR – Wheatstock Music Festival
8/19: Seattle, WA – Tractor Tavern
8/21: Portland, OR – White Eagle
8/22: Prosser, WA – Brewminatti
8/23: Redding, CA – The Dip
8/24: Winters, CA – Palms Playhouse
8/25: San Francisco, CA – Neck of the Woods
8/26: Soquel, CA – Michael’s On Main
8/29: Santa Ana, CA – Original Mike’s
8/30: Phoenix, AZ – Rhythm Room
9/7: Decatur, GA – Eddie’s Attic
9/8: Knoxville, TN – Maple Hall
9/9: Dahlonega, GA – The Crimson Moon
9/12: Jackson, MS – Duling Hall
9/14: Mobile, TN – The Listening Room
9/15: New Orleans, LA – Chickie Wah Wah
9/16-18: Galveston, TX – TX Country Cruise
11/30: La Grange, TX – The Bugle Boy

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