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ENCOMPASSING THE ERA OF PASSION, TIM RUSHLOW ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF NEW ALBUM, DATE NIGHT

Accomplished country artist turned-crooner, Tim Rushlow, best known for his high-energy performances and his ability to captivate every audience, has announced the release of his new album, Date Night, produced by Jeff Huskins. Out just in time for Valentines Day, the lush music, recorded with some of Nashville's top jazz and symphony musicians, encompasses the era of passion with the well constructed sounds that resonate courtship and romance.



“This record has it all and has the ultimate Date Night in mind,” exclaims Tim Rushlow! “I am thrilled with this project and can’t wait for you all to hear an authentic Big Band Orchestra alive and well in 2020!"

Date Night Track List: 1.      Let's Fall in Love (Ted Koehler, Harold Arlen)  2.      Unforgettable  (Irving Gordon)  3.      Till There Was You  (Merideth Willson) 4.      My Funny Valentine (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rogers) 5.      Something Stupid feat. Emily West  (C. Carson Parks) 6.      You and I  (Merideth Willson) 7.      The Way You Look Tonight  (Dorothy Field, Jerome Kearnes) 8.      True Love Ways  (Buddy Holly, Norman Petty) 9.      For Once in My Life  (Ronald Miller, Orlando Murden) 10.   The Best of Me (David Foster, Jeremy Lubbock, Richard Marx) 11.   You Don't Know Me (Cindy Walker, Eddy Arnold) 12.   Bonus Track - God Blessed Texas  (Porter Howell, Brady Seals)

Tim’s Big Band shows have won critical acclaim and have been well-received by audiences across the country. Since 2016, Rushlow and His Big Band have hosted well-received Christmas residencies in various venues including The Franklin Theatre, where he sold out multiple shows in 2016 and 2019. His very successful 2018 residency was hosted by Rudy’s Jazz Room which Downbeat Magazine recently listed as one of the World’s Greatest Jazz Venues.

Rushlow is first and foremost an entertainer. He first achieved multi-platinum success in the '90s as the powerhouse lead vocalist of country supergroup Little Texas, with chart-toppers such as “God Blessed Texas,” “What Might Have Been” and “Amy’s Back In Austin.” Rushlow is a three-time Grammy nominee, CMA and ACM Award winner.

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