Sam Grow Releases New Album, 'This Town'

Posted Sep 10, 2021

Maryland native Sam Grow is set to release This Town, his long-waited sophomore studio album. A rapidly rising star in the world of country music, Grow was named one of Billboard Magazine’s “Seven Country Acts to Watch in 2019.” This Town will be Sam’s follow-up to 2019’s Love and Whiskey, which debuted at #1 on iTunes Country Albums chart. The record’s lead single, “You Ain’t Gone,” is currently available to preview on all major streaming services and is also included in Amazon Music's "Breakthrough Country Playlist" this month. Produced by country star Colt Ford and Grammy-award winning producer, Noah Gordon, This Town releases Friday, September 10th.

"My two “go to’s” for this record from the writing aspect all the way to recording was my SE P20E Parlor and my McCarty Gold Top. The McCarty was the star of the show for me. It was extremely versatile when it came to tone whether I needed some bite for a pad guitar or even some glassy tones for those mid/ballad tunes I was writing. I’m so blessed to have PRS on my side not just for my creative process but for the signature sounds that come through on my records.” – Sam Grow

Watch Sam with his SE P20E in the music video for "Song About You" below:

This Town Track List:

01. “This Town” (Sam Grow, Keesy Timmer, Wil Nance)

02. “Song About You” (Taylor Phillips, Joey Hyde, Kenton)

03. “Me And Mine” (Sam Grow, Danny Orton, Cody Cooper, George Birge)

04. “Boy Like Me” (Sam Grow)

05. “Bar Last Night” (Sam Grow, Danny Orton)

06. “Go Right Now” (Sam Grow, Kyle Jacobs, Vicky McGehee)

07. “You Ain’t Gone” (Sam Grow & Keirsten Hedden)

08. “Grew Up Red” (Brice Long, Taylor Phillips, Sam Grow)

09. “Little House” (Sam Grow, Terry McBride)

10. “Kiss My Ass” (Sam Grow. Hank Miller)

11. “Better than Me” (Sam Grow)

12. “Whiskey Bound” (Sam Grow)

Upcoming “Whiskey Bound” Tour Dates:

Sept. 18 – Block Bash / French Lick, IN

Sept. 23 – The Royal Grove / Lincoln, NE

Sept. 24 – Vanguard / Tulsa, OK

Sept. 25 – The Bottleneck / Lawrence, KS

Sept. 26 – Old Rock House / St. Louis, MO

Oct. 09 – Half Time / Newark, DE

Oct. 14 – Gin Mill / Northampton, PA

Oct. 17 – Budweiser Brewery / Merrimack, NH

Oct. 29 – Adelphia Music Hall / Marietta, OH

Nov. 04 – Aisle 5 in Atlanta / Atlanta, GA

Nov. 07 – Mercy Lounge / Nashville, TN

Dec. 31 – Stoney’s Rockin’ Country / Las Vegas, NV

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This Town is available here.