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Mar 28

Colbie Caillat & Exile Featured on Trace Adkins’ New Album

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Trace Adkins photo courtesy of Show Dog-Universal Music.

Trace Adkins will release his new album, Love Will… a project about one of the world’s strongest emotions, on May 14. The project will include special guests Colbie Caillat, the Harlem Gospel Choir and Exile. Fans can pre-order Love Will… through online retailers on April 2. Any pre-orders on iTunes will receive an instant download of “Watch The World End” featuring Colbie Caillat.

“What is love, if not a collaboration between unique individuals?” Trace said. “Regardless of genre, I’m a fan of strong songwriting and vocal ability – I can’t say enough about what Colbie, the Harlem Gospel Choir and Exile brought to the table in their own way. It is an honor to have such talented performers, songwriters and producers join me on the most inspiring, satisfying album of my career.”

Each week leading up to the album’s release, fans will be able to hear a new song at www.TraceAdkins.com. This week, fans can stream “Watch The World End,” which speaks to the commitment of two people who wouldn’t be anywhere else but with each other, regardless of circumstances. The Harlem Gospel Choir backs Trace on “Love Will,” spreading the message of love and inspiration in Gospel tradition. Exile joined Trace on a rendition of “Kiss You All Over.”

Additionally, fans can now complete online tasks on www.TraceAdkins.com.Fans who complete tasks will be entered to win prizes, including 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 12:25 pm, March 28, 2013 | Permalink

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