Country vets Blue Dogs announce first LP in 16 years, produced by Sadler Vaden
Charleston, South Carolina country rock vets Blue Dogs have announced their first album in 16 years, Big Dreamers, due June 3 (pre-order). The album was produced by Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit guitarist Sadler Vaden (who's also fresh off producing Morgan Wade's highly acclaimed Reckless), and first single "That's How I Knew" is a collaboration with fellow country veteran Radney Foster. It's a warm, breezy song that finds the long-running band in fine form, and you can hear it below.
"I have a history with these guys," Sadler said via press release. "They used to hire me when I was 18 or 19 years old to play with them. I’ve always admired their sound, even on their albums before I started playing with them, but this record represents the best part of the Blue Dogs in my mind. It’s return to form that also brings out the highlights of their last record. Some things are polished and some things are a little more raw."
The Good Ones
All Night Long
That’s How I Knew
Love Is Love Is Love
The Good Road
The Road You Don’t
All Out Of Time
Blue Dogs -- 2022 Tour Dates
Apr. 29 - Mills River, NC - Sierra Nevada Taproom & Restaurant
Apr 30 - Rock Hill, SC - Come See Me Festival
May 7 - Bluffton, SC - The Roasting Room
May 8 - Bloomingdale, GA - Randy’s Pickin Parlor
June 3 - Isle of Palms, SC - The Windjammer’s Kona Liquid Aloha Beach Stage