Rodney Crowell Announces Jeff Tweedy–Produced New Album, Shares Song: Listen

Rodney Crowell, the 72-year-old country artist, has announced a new album produced by Jeff Tweedy. The Chicago sessions leaves May 5 via New West. The Texan singer-songwriter recorded the album at Wilco’s Loft studio in Chicago. Tweedy appears throughout the album, including the lead single “Everything at Once”. His daughter Spencer Tweedy plays drums on the record. Check out the video, shot during the album sessions, below.

Crowell has written hits for such legends as Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, and George Strait. “The way Rodney writes is deeply connected to a classic era of country music songwriting that I’ve always loved,” Tweedy said in a press release. “In my opinion, it’s the closest I can get to working with Townes Van Zandt or Felice and Boudleaux Bryant, people who created songs with a very specific sensibility. And I like to be around that.”

The Chicago sessions:

01 luck
02 Someone Loves You
03 Loving you is the only way to fly
04 You’re supposed to feel good
05 No place to fall
06 Oh Miss Claudia
07 All at once [ft. Jeff Tweedy]
08 Always the Darkness
09 Make friends lovers
10 Ready To Move On

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