Thursday, January 26, 2017

Country Duo Wilson Fairchild Gears Up for Upcoming Album 'Songs Our Dads Wrote' With Appearance on the Ernest Tubb Record Shop’s Midnite Jamboree

Duo Pays Tribute to Their Fathers, Harold and Don Reid of the Statler Brothers

Live Performance Slated for February 25 on Historic Radio Show

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (January 24, 2017) – Country music duoWilson Fairchild are on the verge of releasing their latest project Songs Our Dads Wrote, which will hit stores on February 7. The pair, which consists of Wil and Langdon Reid, are honoring their fathers, Harold and Don Reid, both founding members of the legendary quartet, The Statler Brothers. In anticipation for the upcoming release, the duo will appear on the legendary Midnite Jamboree on February 25, hosted by the Ernest Tubb Record Shop.

The appearance will feature performances from the highly anticipated release, which includes nine tracks originally co-written by Harold and Don Reid, plus a special Wilson Fairchild penned tribute track, “The Statler Brothers Song.” The Midnite Jamboree is the second longest running radio show in history, airing on the historic 650 AM WSM. The free show will take place at the Texas Troubadour Theatre in Nashville, while fans can also listen in LIVE worldwide

Songs Our Dads Wroteis distributed exclusively by BFD through RED Distribution, with standout songs on the project also including former Statler Brothers hit, “Guilty,” originally released in 1983, when it stormed into the Billboard Hot Country Songs top ten. The new version takes on a rootsy feel, with original Statler Brothers member Jimmy Fortune also appearing on vocals.

Songs Our Dads WroteTrack Listing: 
1. Left Handed Woman
2. I’ll Even Love You (Better Than I Did Then)
3. How Are Things in Clay, Kentucky?
4. She’s Too Good
5. Second Thoughts
6. Some I Wrote
7. Guilty
8. A Letter From Shirley Miller
9. He went to the Cross Loving You
10. The Statler Brothers Song

Wilson Fairchild On Tour:
Feb. 25 Nashville, Tenn. – Texas Troubadour Theatre
Mar. 25 Waynesboro, Va. – The Wayne Theatre
Jul. 04 Staunton, Va. – America’s Birthday Celebration
Jul. 29 Luray, Va. – Duke’s Fest
Dec. 09 Waynesboro, Va. – The Wayne Theatre


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