Bobby Dean’s Sophomore Album Takes The Listener To “Country Country”

Truck driver turned chart topping country singer Bobby Dean has a new album released nationally today entitled Country Country.  And as the title suggests, the music on his sophomore Lamon Records Nashville CD is nothing but pure country.

Produced by Grammy nominated producer and label president Dave Moody, and engineered and mixed by Academy of Country Music Award winning engineer Steve Marcantonio at the legendary Sound Emporium in Nashville, Country Country has all the right elements to feed the appetite of today’s traditional country music lover.

“We had a ball making this record,” says producer Dave Moody.  ”We set out to create an album that showcased Bobby’s authentic country voice by surrounding him with some of the best musicians who have recorded the biggest country hits from Music City.  And the fun we had creating each of the tracks is evident throughout the music collection.”

From Bobby’s current Top 10 rockin’ country two-step single White Lightning or Pink Champagne to the southwestern feel and reflective lyrics of Me and George Strait and This Long Country Road, there’s something here for every country music lover’s taste.

From his home near Seattle, Washington where he owns and operates a successful trucking business, Bobby Dean says he’s happy just “living the dream.”

“I’ve always loved singing country music,” reflects Bobby Dean.  ”I’m just so grateful to Lamon Records for letting me live my dream.  It’s been an amazing journey so far and I’m grateful for all the support the fans and country radio have giving me and our music.”

Dave Moody adds “Watch for some out of the box music video pieces coming soon for this music collection.  Bobby is an artist who wants to push the envelope and we hope to reach a broader audience with this new CD release.”

Country Country is available at iTunes, Amazon and hundreds of other sites as well as on CD from the Lamon Records web store.  The physical CD actually features two bonus tracks of Bobby’s first chart singles (Hank on the Radio and Rebound) not found on the digital release version.

For more information, visit Lamon Records or contact the label at 615.379.2121.