Ira Dean has been working on an album and it’s finally here. The album, titled “It’s About Time”, features the song “Nothing to Do ‘Round Here” as well as 13 other tracks that will leave you wanting more. The good news is Ira made a second album available titled “Beer or Gasoline”, an 11 track burner that includes his past singles “Somethin’ Bout a Sunday” and “Beer or Gasoline”.
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Ira Dean - It’s About Time
Ira Dean - Beer or Gasoline
Ira has a new music out! “Nothin’ to Do Round Here”. Click HERE to get your copy today!
Founding member of Trick Pony delivers new project with some special guests set to appear.
Ira Dean has been laying low in the recent months since parting ways with Trick Pony, but now he is ready to be heard! Last week, Dean released his brand new single, “Nothin’ To Do Round Here” to SiriusXM’s The Highway, where it was added into its national rotation.
Joining Dean on “Nothin’ To Do Round Here” is a list of musical greats such as the legendary Ronnie Milsap, Jeffrey Steele, Lee Roy Parnell, Montgomery Gentry and Colt Ford.
“We’ll cross another one off on my bucket list,” says Dean. “I always wanted to do not just a vocal event but a Traveling Wilburys kinda thing where it ain’t just a vocal event but more of an all star band. I wanna thank my buddies for answering the phone when I called!”
The new song, written by Dean, Shane Minor and Jeffrey Steele (Dean and Steele also produced the song) is the first single from Dean’s forthcoming solo album, It’s About Time. The upcoming album will be Dean’s first full-length album as a solo artist.
“Nothin’ To Do Round Here” is available for purchase on iTunes.
Montgomery Gentry's new single, "I'll Keep the Kids" has been one of the most added songs at radio since its release and is enroute to climbing up the charts. Cowritten by Phil O’Donnell, Eddie Montgomery, and Ira the song can be found on Montgomery Gentry's new Friends and Family EP available online HERE.
To learn more about the song HERE.
Other performers included the Davisson Brothers, Kentucky Headhunters, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver. Total attendence reached 8,000 to 10,000 for the entire weekend.
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