Bucky Covington is that most remarkable of entertainers - a man known and loved as much for his engaging personality as for his formidable talent. That talent shone through on the fifth season of "American Idol", where he performed for an average of 30 million viewers each week. Which led to his debut release that earned a place in the forefront of a new generation of country singers. He became the best-selling debut artist of the class of 2007, with the best first-week sales and highest Top 200 debut for any male country artist in 15 years. His sophomore project reflects the added depth and maturity Bucky brings to the table. The project reflects his wealth of musical influences, Kicked off by "I Wanna Be That Feeling" that delves into re capturing the feeling of that first love, then ventures out into the rambunctious "Drinking Side Of Country" with Shooter Jennings. Bucky brings his blue-eyed soul to "Hold A Woman" and Lionel Ritchie's Commodores classic "Sail On," a Southern rocker's energy to "I Always Said You'd Be Back," as well as a South-of-theborder feel to "Mexicoma" and the touching "A Father's Love."
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I Wanna Be That Feeling, I'm Alright, Hold A Woman, Drinking Side Of Country - Featuring Shooter Jennings, Only Got So Much Time, Mama Must Be Prayin', Sail On, I Always Said You'd Be Back, Mexicoma, I Want My Life Back, A Father's Love (The Only Way He Knew How)
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