FOUR ALBUMS BY RONNIE MCDOWELL TO BE AVAILABLE ON ALL MAJOR Aug 8, 2021 12:20:24 GMT -6
Post by Scully on Aug 8, 2021 12:20:24 GMT -6
FOUR ALBUMS BY RONNIE MCDOWELL
TO BE AVAILABLE ON ALL MAJOR STREAMING PLATFORMS
FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER
ON AUGUST 6 (TIME LIFE)
FANS ABLE TO STREAM HIS SMASH HIT, "THE KING IS GONE,"
JUST IN TIME FOR ELVIS WEEK,
AUGUST 11-17, 2021
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Country music star Ronnie McDowell willl release four of his albums featuring more than 40 songs to all major streaming platforms today. This marks the first time that the albums have been available for fans to stream, particularly those who want to hear his iconic tribute, “The King Is Gone,” as well as his versions of beloved Elvis Presley songs right before this year’s Elvis Week celebration from August 11-17. His classic albums “Ronnie McDowell Sings Elvis,” “A Tribute to my Friend Conway” and “Crazy Crush” are now available, along with “The Greatest Hits,” a collection of newly recorded versions of McDowell’s most popular songs including his #1 hits “Older Woman” and “You’re Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation.”
“This is for my fans, the ones who have been there since these albums first came out on vinyl along with the ones who may have just heard my voice for the first time,” says McDowell. “I’ve always wanted to make sure my music was there for anyone who wanted to listen to it, and my friends at Time Life are going to make sure that if someone wants to hear me on their phone or computer or any other place they stream their music, they can.”
McDowell’s career spans more than 40 years and includes 30 Top 40 country hits and over 20 studio albums. His signature song, “The King Is Gone,” has sold over 5 million copies to date. Inspired by the passing of Elvis Presley in 1977, McDowell wrote and recorded the track which has become a favorite of Elvis fans around the world. McDowell later sang 36 songs on the soundtrack to the 1979 television movie “Elvis,” for the ABC series “Elvis” and Showtime’s “Elvis Meets Nixon.”