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Colby Acuff / WESTERN WHITE PINES - Working with acclaimed producer/engineer Eddie Spear (Zach Bryan, Brandi Carlile, Cody Jinks), Acuff's first major label project is in motion, recorded with a new team of top-flight talent at Nashville's Sound Emporium. Another batch of gritty, solo-written songs - plus the first ever co-writes of a promising career - it will help introduce a country talent as wild and free as the Idaho mountains themselves. But despite his new chapter, he's got no plans of taming down. "You've got two options: you can make music for you and the people who are gonna hear it, or you can make music for the people who are gonna pay for it," Acuff says. "And I always lean toward making music for you and your fans."
Colby Acuff / WESTERN WHITE PINES - Working with acclaimed producer/engineer Eddie Spear (Zach Bryan, Brandi Carlile, Cody Jinks), Acuff's first major label project is in motion, recorded with a new team of top-flight talent at Nashville's Sound Emporium. Another batch of gritty, solo-written songs - plus the first ever co-writes of a promising career - it will help introduce a country talent as wild and free as the Idaho mountains themselves. But despite his new chapter, he's got no plans of taming down. "You've got two options: you can make music for you and the people who are gonna hear it, or you can make music for the people who are gonna pay for it," Acuff says. "And I always lean toward making music for you and your fans."
196588155222
Western White Pines
Artist: Colby Acuff
Format: CD
New: Available $9.96
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Western White Pines
2. One Day at a Time
3. Playing God Again
4. Outlaw in Me
5. Boy and a Bird Dog
6. Better Man
7. Hard Livin' Life
8. Welcome to Tom's
9. All I Got
10. Rollin' with the Wind

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Colby Acuff / WESTERN WHITE PINES - Working with acclaimed producer/engineer Eddie Spear (Zach Bryan, Brandi Carlile, Cody Jinks), Acuff's first major label project is in motion, recorded with a new team of top-flight talent at Nashville's Sound Emporium. Another batch of gritty, solo-written songs - plus the first ever co-writes of a promising career - it will help introduce a country talent as wild and free as the Idaho mountains themselves. But despite his new chapter, he's got no plans of taming down. "You've got two options: you can make music for you and the people who are gonna hear it, or you can make music for the people who are gonna pay for it," Acuff says. "And I always lean toward making music for you and your fans."
        
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