Country Music Hall of Famer and GRAMMY® award-winning living legend Bobby Bare will be all over SiriusXM this Memorial Day weekend to celebrate the release of his first studio project in five years, Things Change, AVAILABLE. Bare continues a whirlwind media schedule to promote Things Change, which features a collaboration with Chris Stapleton.
SiriusXM Willie’s Roadhouse, Channel 59
Saturday 5/27, 10 am & 7 pm ET
Sunday 5/28, 8 am & 4 pm ET
Memorial Day, 5/29 11 am & 11 pm ET
SiriusXM Outlaw Country, Channel 60
Saturday 5/27, 8 am ET
Sunday 5/28, 12 am & 1 pm ET
Memorial Day 5/29, 12 pm & 8 pm ET
Reviewers are raving about Things Change:
In a career that has been marked with recordings from writers such as Mel Tillis (“Detroit City”) and the late Shel Silverstein (“Marie Laveau)…Bare has always had a knack for finding a great song.–Billboard, Chuck Dauphin
They say the more things change, the more they stay the same. One thing that has stayed with us is the talent and artistry of one of country music’s living legends, Bobby Bare.–Nashville Music Guide, Amanda Andrews
One of the elder statesmen from country’s classic era, Bare’s latest songs show the wisdom of his years, but show that his voice, songwriting talent and humor are as strong as ever.–The Ironton Tribune, Heath Harrison
Things Change features 10 tracks written by Bare, Mary Gauthier, Guy Clark and the producer of the project, hit singer/songwriter Max T. Barnes. The album features a special collaboration on Bare’s iconic hit, “Detroit City,” with Chris Stapleton adding his unique vocals. The song was written by Mel Tillis and Danny Dill and was originally released by Bare in 1963. It would become one of his most highly requested songs to this day and won a GRAMMY® in 1964 for Best Country/Western Recording.
Things Change is released by HYPERMEDIA Nashville and BFD through RED Distribution. The title track is also the first-ever video filmed by the 82-year old legend. Click here to watch “Things Change.”
Bare will return to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry, where he was once a member from 1964-1974, with a special performance and in-store this Saturday, May 27, the day after the album’s release.
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