Release in Five Years
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First Album Release in
Music Hall of Famer and GRAMMY
award-winning living legend Bobby Bare will
release THINGS CHANGE May 26, which features a
collaboration with Chris Stapleton. The album is
Bares first studio project in five years.
THINGS CHANGE will feature 10 tracks written by
Bare, Mary Gauthier, Guy Clark and the producer
of the project, hit singer/songwriter Max T.
The album features a special collaboration on
Bares iconic hit, Detroit City
with Chris Stapleton adding his unique vocals.
The song was written by Mel Tillis and Danny Dill
and was originally released by Bare in 1963. It
would become one of his most highly requested
songs to this day and won a GRAMMY in 1964 for
Best Country/Western Recording.
This is a special collection of songs to
me, not just another record. Great songs from
Mary Gauthier, a song I co-wrote with Guy Clark
that turned out to be his last and a song that my
buddy Hoyt Axton inspired me to write called
Things Change. Thats the title
of the album and the first single. Things do
change but my love for songwriters and the fans
never, ever will! said Bobby Bare.
I hit the road as a lead guitar player with
Bobby Bare when I was 20 years old. To imagine I
would produce my hero all these years later is a
dream come true. We had so much fun touring the
world in the 1980s. We laughed until we hurt!
Thats what it was like in the studio with
Bare on this album. He has a wicked smart song
sense, and a delivery that will cut you to the
bone. Bare is a true giant, said Max T.
Barnes, President of HYPERMEDIA Nashville.