Multi-platinum recording artist Russell Dickerson released his highly anticipated sophomore studio album, SOUTHERN SYMPHONY, viaTriple Tigers Records. The 10-track record was co-produced alongside friend and frequent collaborator Casey Brown and a first-time collaboration with legendary producer Dann Huff. Recorded in Nashville, Southern Symphony is packed with humble and heartfelt ballads about love and nostalgia matched with his signature “RD party” anthems, including one of Russell’s biggest collaborations to date, “It’s About Time,” featuring multi-platinum recording artists, Florida Georgia Line. Last night, Russell premiered The Southern Symphony Experience, giving fans an exclusive track-by-track album preview through one, captivating, comprehensive video. Watch here.
“I’m so dang proud of this album,” said Russell Dickerson. “I’d say I’ve been working on this album the last couple years, but really I’ve been writing it my entire life. From the title track ‘Southern Symphony’ that goes back to all the sounds of my childhood, to ‘Home Sweet,’ the real life story of going from an all inclusive honeymoon to real life being broke, then bringing a new baby into the world. This album is piled full of energy, life, and love and I could not be more proud of every second of it.”
Just weeks before the release of SOUTHERN SYMPHONY, the album’s debut single “Love You Like I Used To,” co-written by Casey Brown and Parker Welling, took home the No. 1 spot for two consecutive weeks atop the Mediabase and Billboard Country Airplay charts. With over 150M global streams to date and counting, the success of “Love You Like I Used To” follows Dickerson’s back-to-back No. 1’s “Yours,” “Blue Tacoma,” and “Every Little Thing,” and marks Dickerson as the first artist to release four consecutive career-starting singles that reached No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart since Luke Combs. He also joins Combs as the second solo artist and fourth act overall to have four or more singles reach No. 1 on the Country Airplay chart since its inception in January 1990.
SOUTHERN SYMPHONY is a true reflection of the prolific songwriter and powerhouse showman’s personality. The Nashville-native singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist delivers an album stacked with heartfelt country anthems and pop-bangers in only a way that Russell Dickerson can.
1. Never Get Old
2. Home Sweet
3. All Yours All Night
4. Love You Like I Used To
5. Forever For A Little While
6. It’s About Time (feat. Florida Georgia Line)
8. Southern Symphony
9. Come To Jesus
10. Waiting For You My Whole Life
Prior to the release of SOUTHERN SYMPHONY, Dickerson dropped the first track off the album “Never Get Old,” the second song “Home Sweet,” and the aforementioned “Love You Like I Used To,” and most recently, “It’s About Time (featuring multi-platinum duo Florida Georgia Line.) Watch the unofficial music video “It’s About Time” HERE
“SOUTHERN SYMPHONY” ALBUM AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD HERE
ABOUT RUSSELL DICKERSON
Multi-platinum Nashville-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Russell Dickerson has established himself a prolific songwriter and powerhouse showman through good old-fashioned performances and eloquent songcraft spiked with spirit. In 2017, his gold-certified full-length debut, Yours, bowed at #5 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart and #1 on the Emerging Artists Chart. Not to mention, it yielded three consecutive #1 smashes, including the double-platinum “Yours” (christened “One of the hottest wedding songs of the year” by The Knot), platinum “Blue Tacoma,” and platinum “Every Little Thing.” Nominations followed at the Academy of Country Music Awards, CMT Music Awards, and iHeartRadio Music Awards. Among many highlights in 2020, he received a nod in the category of “Best New Male Artist of the Year” by the ACM. Plus, he has electrified audiences on tour with the likes of Thomas Rhett, Florida Georgia Line, Darius Rucker, Lady A, and Kane Brown in addition to bringing the “RD Party” to sold out venues everywhere as a headliner. Attracting a fervent following on social media (fondly referred to as “RD Fam”), he launched his own YouTube show, “This Is Russ,” bringing viewers deeper into his world. In 2020, he transposes the little pleasures into hummable and heartfelt country anthems uplifted by pop energy on his second full-length album, Southern Symphony [Triple Tigers Records], led by the gold-certified single “Love You Like I Used To.” The record reflects every side of his personality—from the loving husband, self-proclaimed “regular dude,” and now dad at home to the boisterous and bold presence beloved by millions on stage. Russell tells his story like never before through eloquent songcraft and airtight playing.