Strait Releases Title Song to New Album with a Familiar Cover Image

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George Strait has recently released the official lyric video for the title track on his upcoming album “Honky Tonk Time Machine.” Published to the George Strait YouTube channel on February 28, 2019, the video has already been viewed by more than 45K, and is it any wonder? Not only that, but the cover album art is a photo of the famous Broken Spoke honky-tonk in the Texas Hill Country!

Strait Releases Title Song to New Album with a Familiar Cover Image

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Strait released the track “Código” in December 2018, “God and Country Music” in early February 2019, and followed those up with “Every Little Honky Tonk Bar” later that same month. This fourth offering from the album continues to keep his fans anxious for more. In his signature fashion, Strait sings the up-tempo title track as agreeably as if it were a two-stepping Texas audience listening at the storied Broken Spoke in Austin, as opposed to the nationwide, stadium-filling crowds he’s been known to play for.

Video: YouTube/George Strait

Lyrically, the song is a prompt for the standard Friday or Saturday night “on the old dance floor.” It’s an experience many in his following have enjoyed and some continue to seek out on a regular basis. Strait’s pending “Honky Tonk Time Machine” album is anticipated for full release later this month, featuring still more of his country-consistency that has made him the King. Comprised of 13 tracks, including his version of the Johnny Paycheck classic “Old Violin,” this will be his 30th studio album. Strait co-produced and wrote eight tracks for the album. It also features “Sing One with Willie,” a duet with Willie Nelson which was debuted at a recent event honoring the octogenarian in Nashville. It was the first time the pair had ever shared a stage, and it’s definitely a must-have for any country music fan’s collection. All hail the King of Country Music!