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Travis Linville has announced his forthcoming new album, I’m Still Here, due out May 21 via Black Mesa Records and available for pre-order now. Produced by fellow Oklahoman JD McPherson, I’m Still Here is full of, in McPherson’s words, the “fantastic songs and consummate musicianship” Linville is known for.
Oklahoma troubadour Travis Linville teamed with Nashville mainstay and The Highwomen member Natalie Hemby to write the stalwart and hopeful "I'm Still Here," the debut single from Linville's forthcoming JD McPherson-produced album of the same name (out May 21 via Black Mesa Records).