Wednesday, August 01, 2012

Bucky Covington "Good Guys" pre-order update, and a "Southern Fried Flicks" episode on August 3rd...

Nashville, TN...(August 1, 2012)...BUCKY COVINGTON’s long-awaited sophomore album is set for release on September 11, but eager fans can pre-order the new music now! GOOD GUYS, releasing on Bucky’s new label home eOne Music, is now available at iTunes (with 90 second previews of each song) and at Amazon. Fans can be “good guys” too,  as a portion of the proceeds of first week sales will benefit the International Associated of Fire Fighters Charitable Foundation.

Over the last year Bucky has been working closely with Help The Good Guys and the IAFF Charitable Foundation to provide financial relief to injured fire fighters and their families, hosting benefit events, visiting burn centers and burn camps and making donations from his music and merchandise sales.  A special IAFF version of the GOOD GUYS album featuring two bonus tracks “Evil Knievel” and “Ole Kentuck” can be pre-ordered HERE for a limited time.

Produced by Mark Miller and Dale Oliver, GOOD GUYS features 12 tracks including “I Wanna Be That Feeling” and raucous, sing-along Shooter Jennings duet "Drinking Side Of Country," which Covington co-wrote and co-produced.  The music video for the latter had an epic debut last week, amassing close to 2 million views and counting. The staggering stats made the clip #1 on YouTube’s “Popular Around The Web” music chart and one of the Top Trending Videos overall.  The neo-outlaw action video, which depicts Bucky and Shooter stirring up trouble in a tiny town, features cameo appearances by country star Kellie Pickler, X Games medalist Kenny Bartram and TNA wrestler Mickie James and can be seen HERE.


  1. “I Wanna Be That Feeling” (Jimmy Yeary / Ben Hayslip)
  2. “I’m Alright” (Tom Douglas / Casey Beathard)
  3. “Hold A Woman” (Blake Mevis / Tony Ramey / Gordon Bradberry)
  4. “Drinkin’ Side Of Country” (Duet with Shooter Jennings)(Bucky Covington / Rocky Covington / Ducky Medlock)
  5. “Only Got So Much Time” (Bob Di Piero / David Lee Murphy)
  6. “Mama Must Be Prayin’” (J Matt Nolen / Liz Hengber / Michael Logen)
  7. “Sail On” (Lionel Richie)
  8. “I Always Said You’d Be Back “(John Scott Sherrill / Dave Berg / Deanna Bryant)
  9. “Mexicoma” (Lonnie Fowler / Logan Mize)
  10. “I Want My Life Back” (Anthony Smith / Frank Myers)
  11. “Gotta Be Somebody” (Chad Kroeger / Joey Moi / Ryan Peake)
  12. “A Father's Love (The Only Way He Knew How)” (Elizabeth Hengber / Thom E Shepherd / Steven J Williams)
We'll go ahead and add the rest of today's big news right here--Bucky will join Hazel Smith for an episode of CMT's Southern Fried Flicks on August 3rd at 11 (10 Central),  and the show will repeat on August 4th at 7/6 Central, according to Bucky's Facebook.  (There's an adorable shot of Bucky with Mrs. Smith there, too--enjoy!)  Bucky will be performing at the Boone County Fair in Danville, WV that night, and he'll be gracing the stage of the Grand Ole Opry on the 4th.  No matter which way you see him, live or on the tube, you're in for fun!  Be sure to vote for Bucky at CMT Pure's Pure 12 Pack, where both "Drinking Side of Country" and "I Wanna Be That Feeling" are on the ballot, and at GAC's Top 20 Country Countdown, too.  We'll be back very soon--enjoy the evening!

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