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Corey Kent - Black Bandana
Black Bandana
Artist: Corey Kent
Format: Vinyl

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Label: SME NASHVILLE
Rel. Date: 09/06/2024
UPC: 198028037914

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DISC: 1

1. Ain't Gonna Lie
2. Damn Good Country Song
3. Black Bandana
4. Never Ready
5. Break Like That
6. Nothing But Neon
7. Now or Never (feat. Lauren Alaina)
8. Rust
9. This Heart
10. So Far

More Info:

Music Nashville’s Corey Kent has revealed his sophomore album, appropriately titled Black Bandana, will be released Sept. 6, 2024.

 

 “There are a few virtues that I live my life by. They have guided me in the toughest and darkest of times. One being unwavering hope… believing if the odds are one in a million, you’ll be the one,” Kent shared regarding his forthcoming album. “Another being relentless perseverance… when everyone else quits, you stay the course. This album embodies those virtues. We all have our battles to fight. Our people to love and protect. It ain’t always easy. When the going gets tough and you feel like waving the white flag, I hope this record inspires you to raise a black bandana instead.”

  

Drawing inspiration from The Eagles, Keith Richards, Turnpike Troubadours and more, Kent’s bandana-wearing Rock ‘N’ Roll spirit comes to life on the stage. And after over a decade of paying dues, his career has not been without starts and stops … that perseverance serves as the inspiration behind the tour’s name.  

 

“For us, the black bandana has been what we’ve picked up in times when everyone thought we should wave a white flag to surrender,” shared Kent. “I’ve spent a lot of years raising my black bandana high and letting 'em know that I wasn’t giving up that easy. I’m so excited to still be doing what I love and can’t wait to get on the road this fall and see all those black bandanas waving back at me.”

 

Kent finds himself musically at the intersection of rock infused country, heartland values, and red dirt grit. Still in his 20’s, he has built an incredible fanbase, developed his live show for the last 15 years, and is positioned as one of country music’s next breakout stars.