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Stoney Larue set to release fan favorites!

STONEY LARUE TO RELEASE US TIME OCTOBER 16TH ON ENTERTAINMENT ONE MUSIC
LARUE FOLLOWS UP HIS MUCH LAUDED eOne DEBUT WITH A NEW RECORDING OF FAN FAVORITES CONSISTING OF LARUE ORIGINALS AND CLASSIC COVER INTERPRETATIONS
Stoney LaRue is set to release US TIME, Friday, October 16th on eOne Music. This collection is a shout out to his loyal fans aka, The LaRue Crue, and their unwavering and continuous support throughout his career. The 11-track collection offers his growing fan base studio recordings of some of his top requested live show songs that range from Van Morrison’s “Into the Mystic,” Glen Campbell’s “Wichita Lineman” and Gary Stewart’s “Empty Glass,” to LaRue never before recorded originals “Us Time” and “Easy She Comes” to the LaRue concert standards “Oklahoma Breakdown” and “Feet Don’t Touch The Ground.” LaRue has independently sold over 900,000 albums and tracks to date and continues tour across the United States. Pre order the album here: ITunes Pre-Order, Amazon Pre-order.
“I am excited, honored, blessed and extremely elated that I get this opportunity to work with the people I do and that the fans gave me their ideas on what they wanted to see from me on this record. It is their record and I am honored to be the voice,” says LaRue. “There is so much that went into this project and I am very proud of it. I mean, how often do you also get to have your fans on the cover of your project! That is very special and means a lot to me.”           
US TIME TRACK LISTING:
  1.        Box #10  

Jim Croce

  1. Into The Mystic    

Van Morrison

  1.        Feet Don’t Touch The Ground  

Brandon Jenkins

  1. Us Time    

Stoney LaRue and Dean Dillon

  1. Oklahoma Breakdown  

Mike Hosty

  1. Empty Glass    

Dean Dillon and Gary Stewart

  1. Til the Morning Comes

Stoney LaRue and Brandon Jenkins

  1. Easy She Comes    

Stoney LaRue and Mando Saenz

  1. Seven Spanish Angels (with Cody Canada)

Willie Nelson and Ray Charles – written by Troy Seals and Eddie Setser

  1. Train to Birmingham

John Hiatt

  1. Wichita Lineman  

Glen Campbell – written by Jimmy Webb

A noted critic says that Larue makes “real thinking man’s music,” and that is the essence of Larue. He is known to burn up the honky-tonks, captivate an audience in a hallowed listening room or ignite an arena; his abilities to capture the audience are what have kept him on the road for over a decade captivating audiences and establishing his place on the map of respected artists that truly have something to say in their words and music. And with US TIME, he is sure to keep his fans ignited as he brings them what they want to hear from the award-winning stylist.

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