Pinecastle Records has released the first single, Old McDonald Sold the Farm, from the upcoming album by Mark Newton and Steve Thomas, Reborn, scheduled for release on April 30.
The lively song, the opening track on the album, was written by Kenny Boudrea, Darryl Landry and Ryan Roberts, and should will certainly have great appeal to a wide range of listeners. It provides a timely reminder of the struggles that farmers and ranch owners are experiencing currently.
Although Mark Newton and Steve Thomas have only recently joined together to take their impressive live shows on the road and launch their first national album release as Newton & Thomas, they are certainly no strangers to the music community. Both have achieved great success throughout their careers with a Grammy nomination, a CMA nomination and multiple IBMA awards; Newton’s Follow Me Back to the Fold, was voted IBMA’s Recorded Event of the Year in 2001 and the song Life Goes On, co-written by Steve Thomas and Dale Pyatt and a track from the album Musicians Against Childhood Cancer, was the Recorded Event of the Year in 2012.
Reborn is a great mix of music that will certainly appeal to a wide range of audiences.
Fans can pre-order the album now at Pinecastle Records and receive an instant download of the new single, plus a digital and physical copy of Reborn on the release date. Pre-orders are also available at Amazon, iTunes and more.
Radio programmers can download the single from Airplay Direct.
For more information on Newton & Thomas, please visit NewtonandThomas.com and join them on their new Facebook page.