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Mar 5

Trace Adkins to Release Love Will… This Spring

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Trace Adkins photo courtesy of Show Dog-Universal Music.

Trace Adkins is feeling the love. His new album, Love Will… is set to be released this spring. According to Trace’s label, the collection will include “sexy grooves, heart-wrenching ballads and up-tempo anthems” about one of the world’s most powerful emotions, love. The album is now available for pre-order on

The album is a product of relationships built over time and based on respect. Producers who worked with Trace on the album include Tony Brown, Mark Wright, Frank Rogers, Kenny Beard and Mickey Cones. Additionally, several unexpected, to be announced, guests will appear on the project.

While Trace is known for his his sense of humor, he’s built a career on songs that keep people guessing. He had them laughing with “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,” made hearts swell with pride with “Til The Last Shot’s Fired” and moved fans to tears with songs like “You’re Gonna Miss This”and “Every Light In The House.” Even though Trace is releasing an album full of love songs, don’t think he’s going soft.

“Hold on one second!” he said. “This is an album of love songs but in my book, ‘Hot Mama’ and ‘Badonkadonk’ are love songs! So don’t start thinking these are all ‘I’ll love you til the end of time’ ballads…but yeah, we’ve got those too.”

Additionally, fans can now complete online tasks on related to Trace’s new album, his appearances on NBC’s All-Star Celebrity Apprentice and his role as a Red Cross spokesman. Fans who complete tasks will be entered to win prizes including a pair of Nocona Boots signed by Trace, a year’s supply of Trace Adkins Hightower’s Smoked Sausage, an iPod, or an autographed Trace Adkins-branded guitar.

Grand prizes include a trip to the live finale of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice in New York City or an all-paid cruise aboard Country Cruising 2014.


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Posted at 4:04 pm, March 5, 2013 | Permalink

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