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Riley Green’s new album Ain’t My Last Rodeo delivers more of the signature no-gimmick, undeniably Country sound fans have come to know, love and obsess over. The music and lyrics, both heavily influenced by blue-collar roots and small town life, exemplify Green’s homage to his experiences, passions and love of family. The title bares its name from his poignant track, “My Last Rodeo,” which Green wrote solo following one of the final conversations he had with his late Grandaddy Buford Green.

Riley Green’s new album Ain’t My Last Rodeo delivers more of the signature no-gimmick, undeniably Country sound fans have come to know, love and obsess over. The music and lyrics, both heavily influenced by blue-collar roots and small town life, exemplify Green’s homage to his experiences, passions and love of family. The title bares its name from his poignant track, “My Last Rodeo,” which Green wrote solo following one of the final conversations he had with his late Grandaddy Buford Green.

843930101900
Riley Green - Ain't My Last Rodeo [LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: BMLG Records
Rel. Date: 01/19/2024
UPC: 843930101900

Ain't My Last Rodeo [LP]
Artist: Riley Green
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Damn Country Music
2. They Don’t Make ‘Em Like That No More
3. Mississippi Or Me
4. Different ‘Round Here (featuring Luke Combs)
5. Ain’t Like I Can Hide It
6. Copenhagen® In A Cadillac® (featuring Jelly Roll)
7. Damn Good Day To Leave
8. My Last Rodeo
9. Workin’ On Me
10. Raised Up Right
11. God Made a Good Ol’ Boy
12. Ain’t My Damn To Give

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Riley Green’s new album Ain’t My Last Rodeo delivers more of the signature no-gimmick, undeniably Country sound fans have come to know, love and obsess over. The music and lyrics, both heavily influenced by blue-collar roots and small town life, exemplify Green’s homage to his experiences, passions and love of family. The title bares its name from his poignant track, “My Last Rodeo,” which Green wrote solo following one of the final conversations he had with his late Grandaddy Buford Green.

        
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