Colin Linden and Luther Dickinson DON’T LET GO (Single)

Colin Linden and Luther Dickinson 
Don’t Let Go (single)
Stony Plain Records

I was first told about the new album AMOUR (Feb 8th release) from real life ‘legends’ Colin Linden and Luther Dickinson just before Christmas; and couldn’t have been more excited, so guess how I felt this morning when this wonderful new song arrived in the Internet Post!
Here’s all you need to know before listening and then pre-ordering the full album!
Stony Plain Records announces a February 8 release date for Amour, a new CD teaming the roots music guitar talents of Colin Linden and Luther Dickinson. The CD was produced by Colin Linden, recorded at Blackbird Studios in Nashville, and features a backing band dubbed “The Tennessee Valentines:” Dominic Davis – bass; Bryan Owings – drums; Fats Kaplin – violin and accordion; and Kevin McKendree – keyboards.
Linden and Dickinson recruited a host of Nashville talent as guest vocalists on the new disc, including the legendary Billy Swan, who sings lead on “Lover Please” (a song he wrote, which   was recorded and became a classic hit for Clyde McPhatter); as well as songbirds Rachael Davis and Ruby Amanfu; plus two of Linden’s “Nashville” TV series buddies – Sam Palladio (“Crazy Arms”) and Jonathan Jackson (“I Forgot to Remember to Forget”). 

“Amour is the first collaboration between Colin Linden (Blackie and the Rodeo Kings and Musical Director for ABC-TV show “Nashville)” and Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars, Black Crowes) and consists of classic love songs from the Americana world.
Both Linden and Dickinson are true veterans of roots music, having played with and produced some of the biggest names in the business, while displaying the mantle of countless awards and accolades to reflect that.

“Most of these songs I have known my whole life, and they reached me in the same way,” says Colin Linden about the album’s origin. “I mentioned the idea of recording them as a collection to my friend Luther Dickinson, who said it was a good idea—and that it would be cool to work on it together. Luther is not only a master musician, but also an artist with a great vision and a soulful, wonderful human being.”

Album released February 8th 2019

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NEsMNC0evlKZOkTDOgDtJAjEuM2ngSPx/view?usp=sharing

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