Never a bad day when we get new stuff from Randall King, and this time he’s hitting us with a double dose of good news.
Randall has been releasing live acoustic versions of some of the songs from his major-label debut album Shot Glass, starting with the quirky “Roger, Miller Lite and Me.”
Then he dropped an acoustic version of the sultry “Can’t You Feel How That Sounds,” a song that should be on the top of everybody’s baby-makin’ playlist.
Well now he’s back with the third installment of the series, and this time he’s giving us the fan-favorite “Baby Do,” a catchy as hell honky tonker that would be right at home beside some of the biggest hits of the ’90s.
But that’s not all: Randall also announced that he’s releasing a new EP, Live at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville, later this month on July 22.
The acoustic version of “Baby Do” is available now! Also, I’ve got a special EP (Live at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville) coming on July 22nd that you can pre-order NOW! https://t.co/a9MeVbjCSG pic.twitter.com/dvJaYziUas
— Randall King (@RandallKingBand) July 1, 2022
In addition to the three that have already been released, the EP will feature three more live acoustic versions of songs from his major-label debut album: “You In a Honky Tonk,” “Record High,” and “Hard Way to Make It Rain.”
I’ve gotta say, I wouldn’t be mad if we eventually got a part 2 to complete the collection of acoustic cuts from the first album.