Russell Dickerson Dropped By to Talk About His New Album, Dad Shoes, and Musical Collaborations. {Listen}

Multi-platinum Triple Tigers Records recording artist Russell Dickerson is set to release his third studio album, a 15-track self-titled project, RUSSELL DICKERSON, on Nov. 4. Marking the follow-up to a series of four Platinum or better No. One hits, each one burning with the intensity of a romantic blowtorch, Dickerson’s upcoming album takes that same heat and lights bold new fires, all over his life.

The album features current releases, “She Likes It,” featuring Jake Scott, “I Wonder,” and fan-favorite, “Big Wheels,” which revs up a gravel road guarantee that he’ll never get beyond his raising. The album also features chest-thumping tracks like “I Remember,” “Blame It On Being Young,” “All the Same Friends” and “Beers to the Summer” which capture forever-young fun like a country-pop polaroid. A co-writer on all 15 tracks, Dickerson also served as co-producer alongside Dann Huff, Zach Crowell, Casey Brown, Josh Kerr, Ben Johnson, and Alysa Vanderheym, capturing that “100-percent me” element by freely fusing different genres and different eras into country textures just as vibrant as his big personality – and they certainly stand out, even in today’s format. It’s the work of a rising star who’s already been rewarded for opening up his soul and is now giving fans the full picture.