Charleston, SC 1966, the follow up to Darius Rucker’s highly successful country debut Learn To Live, is available today. The album’s title plays homage to Radney Foster’s Del Rio, Texas 1959. “I was born and raised in the greatest city in the world,” Rucker writes in the liner notes. “I love Charleston, SC, and I feel it is embedded in my music.” Brad Paisley appears on the track “I Don’t Care.” Darius co-wrote all 13 tracks.
The Band Perry’s self-titled debut album hits stores today. The siblings, Kimberly, Neil, and Reid co-wrote 9 of the album’s 11 tracks. The album features the trio’s debut single, “Hip To My Heart” as well as their latest hit, “If I Die Young.”
Capitol Nashville has released a Trace Adkins greatest hits cd, The Definitive Greatest Hits: Til The Last Shot’s Fired. The 28 song double-disc album features hits such as “You’re Gonna Miss This,” “(This Ain’t No) Thinkin’ Thing,” “Ladies Love Country Boys” and “I Left Something Turned On At Home.”
Lady Antebellum’s new Christmas release, A Merry Little Christmas, is available today only at Target. The six song album features classics “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” “Blue Christmas,” “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” and “Silver Bells” and adds original “On The Winter’s Night.”
The Secret Sisters’ 11 track self-titled debut album is also available today. The duo’s sound was described by Grammy winning producer T Bone Burnett “as close to`pure’ as it gets, and I’ve been doing this for forty years.”
Miranda Lambert is in stores today with her new DVD, Revolution: Live by Candlelight. The DVD includes performances of “White Liar,” “Dead Flowers,” “The House That Built Me,” “Heart Like Mine,” and “Love Song” from Revolution, as well as “Love Is Looking for You,” from Miranda's Kerosene album.