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Cowboy Troy to Release "King Of Clubs" March 11

  • Posted on Feb 18th by Team WMN  in ,

    Pre-Order Fan Pack Available Now Nashville, TN - Warner Music Nashville recording artist Cowboy Troy is set to release his new album, King Of Clubs, on March 11, 2014. Starting today, his highly anticipated album is available for pre-order on iTunes and Fans can pre-order the King of Clubs Deluxe Pack on Troy’s website, The package features a digital and CD copy of King of Clubs, and a 12x18 album cover poster hand-signed by Troy, which will arrive to fans on release date, 3.11. Also included in the package is an instant download of the infectious lead track “Drink Drank Drunk,” featuring Big & Rich and Big Smo. Fans who pre-order the album on iTunes: will receive an instant download of “Drink Drank Drunk” and “Giddy Up.” John Rich, his friend of 20 years, produced the project with Charlie Pennachio and Tripp “Sinister” Tribbett. King Of Clubs Track Listing: 1. Drink Drank Drunk (feat. Big & Rich and Big Smo) 2. Club Criminal (feat. Bubba Sparxxx and Sinister) 3. Giddy Up (feat. Sinister) 4. Rope It Off 5. Daisy Dukes And Cowboy Boots (feat. Big & Rich) 6. Mack Truck (Hick-Hop Version) (feat. Moonshine Bandits, D. Thrash of Jawga Boyz, and John Rich) 7. Buzzed Up (feat. Goodnight Fellows) 8. Is Everybody Doing OK (with Mickie James and “The Cowboy” James Storm) About Cowboy Troy: He rapped his way into the country mainstream on the first cut of Big & Rich's 2004 debut Horse Of A Different Color. And while his admonition to "let go of all your preconceived notions" certainly wasn't the first time elements of rap had been incorporated into country, it was the boldest statement yet. Explaining the journey that placed Troy Coleman at this unlikely intersection is as complicated as explaining the evolution of American culture. At the same time it's as simple as the story of a kid from Texas who did what all kids do--he soaked up the world around him. Troy spent his childhood in Ft. Worth, where his dad took him to rodeos and stock shows. "We'd listen to Willie Nelson, Jerry Reed, Charlie Daniels, Kenny Rogers, and other artists who were getting airplay on the adult contemporary stations at that time," Troy says. "I didn't realize it was country music, I just knew it was what my parents listened to before they went to work in the morning." Troy spent his high school years in Dallas and collegiate years in Austin, Texas at the University of Texas. Troy knows he's challenging conventional thinking about what country music is, but expects that his music will find its place. "I've never been like everybody else and it wouldn't do me any good to try," he says. "Some people are going to love it and some are going to hate it, which is probably how it should be because it means they're talking." The way Troy sees it, “innovation is a tradition, not a trend or secondary option...authenticity comes in the commitment.”