Brandon Rickman, known to grassers as the talented guitarist and lead vocalist with Lonesome River Band, is set to release his first solo project this summer.
Young Man, Old Soul is scheduled for a June 30 release on Rural Rhythm Records. It showcases Brandon not only as an expressive singer, but also as a songwriter. 10 of the 12 tracks were co-written by Rickman, with assistance from Chris Stapleton, Tammy Rogers, Jerry Salley, Kevin Denney, and Charley Stefl.
A single is going to radio next week on Rural Rhythm’s new Fresh Cuts and Key Tracks CD. Here’s a sample…
Brandon plays guitar, mandolin and bass on the new album with Aaron McDaris on banjo, Jenee’ Fleenor on fiddle, Andy Ball on amndolin, Mike Anglin on bass and Randy Kohrs on resonator guitar. Providing harmony vocals are Terry Eldridge and Jamie Johnson from The Grascals.