Donnie Fritts Shares New Song “Tuscaloosa 1962”

Photo by Abraham Rowe
Photo by Abraham Rowe

Ahead of the October 9 release of his new album Oh My Goodness, Donnie Fritts has premiered the new track “Tuscaloosa 1962.” The track is a star-studded affair, with Jason Isbell on guitar and John Prine serving up backing vocals. Isbell and Prine are only two on a long list of notable guest musicians on the album, including Brittany Howard of the Alabama Shakes, the Secret Sisters, Amanda Shires and more. The album was produced by another Alabama Shakes member, Ben Tanner, along with John Paul White, formerly of The Civil Wars. Prior to sharing “Tuscaloosa 1962,” Fritts premiered “Errol Flynn” at NPR Music.

In addition to the upcoming album, Fritts fans can look forward to Undeniably Donnie, a documentary about the legendary musician that makes its debut September 16.

Listen to the new tune over at Southern Living, and check out the Oh My Goodness track list as well as Fritts tour dates below.

Track List:

  1. Errol Flynn
  2. If It’s Really Gotta Be This Way
  3. Memphis Women and Chicken
  4. The Oldest Baby in the World
  5. Tuscaloosa 1962
  6. Them Old Love Songs
  7. Foolish Heart
  8. Lay It Down
  9. Good As New
  10. Temporarily Forever Mine
  11. Choo Choo Train
  12. Oh My Goodness

Tour Dates:

9/15: Nashville, TN – City Winery, Americana Music Festival Showcase

9/16: Nashville, TN – The Filming Station, Undeniably Donnie premiere with Q&A and Performance

10/23: Chicago, IL – Old Town School of Folk Music

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