Country singer Tim McGraw has his tracks all lined up as he recently revealed the progress of his new album.
In a report by Taste Of Country , McGraw revealed his plans for his “Sundown Heaven Town” follow up, which is expected to hit shelves this fall.
He revealed that song writing process has all wrapped up and they are expected to start the studio sessions starting this month.
“We started working on it a couple of weeks ago, so we’re right in the thick of it now.” McGraw said earlier this May.
“Over the next couple of weeks I will working in the studio a lot, putting a lot of touches on the record.
I’m really excited about it.
There’s an incredible bunch of songs on this record and we had a lot of fun in the studio playing it.
I’m looking forward to seeing how it all shakes out myself.” In addition to that, the 48-year-old singer-actor revealed how he mixes influence from his own experience and adding music that could be tagged as radio friendly as he explores a wider range of audience.
“I think if you start chasing radio, if you start chasing what your fans want to hear – I think if you start chasing what you think is the end thing – it’s okay to include some of that stuff, but if you start chasing that as a home base I think you’re in trouble as an artist,” he explained.
The country singer started work with his new LP and is expected to finish and release it before the end of the year.
“That would be the goal,” Tim McGraw said regarding his new album.
“I would love to get some music out to my fans.
Who knows though? You gotta sort of let the music develop as you go along.”