1. Brand New Man (avec Luke Combs) - 2. Ain’t Nothing ‘Bout You (avec Brett Young) - 3. My Next Broken Heart (avec Jon Pardi) - 4. Neon Moon (avec Kacey Musgraves) - 5. Lost and Found (avec Tyler Booth) - 6. Hard Workin’ Man (with Brothers Osborne) - 7. You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone (avec Ashley McBryde) - 8. My Maria (avec Thomas Rhett) - 9. Red Dirt Road (avec Cody Johnson) - 10. Boot Scootin’ Boogie (avec Midland) - 11. Mama Don’t Get Dressed Up For Nothing (avec LANCO) - 12. Believe (avec Kane Brown)

Arista Records - April 5th, 2019

So the guys decided to come back in studio and to add young generation voices to theirs. A very good idea. Sure uneasy to select who's will be on this one and who's will be on another but it seems that they did it... perfectly!

The album began strongly with their Country-Rock Hymn: ''Brand New Man''. Luke Combs is once again perfect for that too. In what is he not!?!... It is quieter but not easier with Brett Young on ''Ain't Nothing' But You'' and his voice mixed with Kix and Ronnie sure sounds good. On ''My Next Broken Heart'' John Pardi brings what's needed to make it better on this energic song. Kacey Musgraves shines again on this ''Neon Moon'' that seems to be writen for her. With ''Hard Workin' Man'', we can appreciate the power, the virtuosity and talent of these Brothers Osborne. A perfect mix between T.J.'s guitar and John's voice. A Country Rock to raise the dead and I like it ! We go down quieter with ''You Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone'' and, when Ashley McBride put her fabulous voice on it, it brings this already nice song somewhere higher. Another great song ''My Maria'' seems to wait since always for a third voice and, with Thomas Rhett it is done. ''Red Dirt Road'' goes so well to Cody Johnson... Good choice gentlemen! Not easy not to be subjective with Midland, I'm too much fan from these band of guys that did the job so perfectly. Like they always did ;-). ''Mama Don't Dressed Up For Nothing''... Love that Country-Rock and LANCO had the occasion to show another range of their talent. ''Believe'' close this album perfectly with a Kane Brown singing so well on this slow song.