Kristian Bush Sets Release Of Debut Solo Album 'Southern Gravity'
. (Radio.com) Those waiting for a solo album from Sugarland's Kristian Bush can now rest easy--or, at least, do so in April. Bush announced that he will release his first solo country album on April 7. Bush teamed up with producer Tom Tapley and executive producer Byron Gallimore for his debut release, Southern Gravity.
"I love this album. The songs on Southern Gravity feel like home to me, and I am proud and excited to share them, finally," Bush said in a press release. "They are your stories as much as they are mine, and I hope you hear yourself in here, no matter if you are standing up, falling down, or dancing in between the pieces of your life."
The lead single off the release is "Trailer Hitch," which was initially released last year. "We probably have one too many things in our life," he told Radio.com about the song. "All of us. We can probably give at least one of them back or away. You can't take it with you when you go. It is a question and it isn't an answer of a song. It's just a question, why do we all want to die rich? Isn't there something we can do with that?" Read more here.
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