Saturday, September 4, 2010

SAMMY KERSHAW's New Album 'Better Than I Used to Be'

The new Sammy Kershaw studio release, Better Than I Used To Be, is in stores now, via Big Hit Records/MRI.  
This is Sammy's first new album in three years, produced by Buddy Cannon (Kenny Chesney) and released through Big Hit Records/Megaforce Records/Sony/RED Distribution!
Better Than I Used To Be features a duet with Jamey Johnson on  "Cover of the Rolling Stone," which is a remake of the classic 1972 Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show song!  The album also includes a moving tribute to the men and women that serve the U.S. Military, entitled "The Snow White Rows of Arlington," written by Hugh Prestwood.
Kershaw's "Lousiana Hot Sauce," off his 1999 release Maybe Not Tonight, was recently featured in an episode of HBO's hit series True Blood!

Sammy Kershaw's career includes six Gold and three Platinum albums that have scanned in excess of 5 million records! He was inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame this February. His eleven Top 10 singles include two # 1 hits: "She Don't Know She's Beautiful" and "Love Of My Life."

In other news, Sammy's Biography/Cookbook is currently being planned and slated for release in 2011.  He also has his very own steak rub, called "Sammy Kershaw's Cajun Spice," which is available on his website.

Last but not least, Kershaw is running for Louisiana's Lt. Governor, currently polling for the top spot out of 8 candidates!

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