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Title - Whiskey and the Dog
Artist - Creed Fisher

With over 22 million combined streams on Spotify and over 17 million views on YouTube with past releases, Life of A Workiní Man, The Way That I Am, and This Place Called USA, Texas-born and bred southern rock artist Creed Fisher has just released a brand new album, Whiskey and the Dog.

His first album to be released through Dirt Rock Empire and distributed by CMDSHFT, the 14-track album reflects Fisherís hardships, outlaw living, and blue-collar lifestyle and represents a community of hard-working men and women.

1. High on The Bottle
2. This Town
3. Girls with Big Titties
4. Whiskey and The Dog
5. Hundred Dollars Short
6. Gray Skys
7. Donít California My Texas
8. The Good Olí U.S. of A.
9. Down To The Riverbank
10. Find My Way Back Home
11. Honkey Tonk Drankiní
12. Iím Crazy And Youíre Gone
13. Jesus, Haggard & Jones
14. Hankles

Produced by Bart Rose, Josh Rodgers, and Fisher, and with eleven songs written entirely by himself and three others co-written with Mark Jones, Whiskey and The Dog opens on the reflective mid-tempo hipsway of High on The Bottle and the balladry of This Town and backs those up with the interestingly-titled ode Girls with Big Titties, the lonesome title track Whiskey and the Dog and then we get the rambunctious Hundred Dollars Short.

Next up is laid back Gray Skys and the flaunty Donít California My Texas which are in turn followed by the low brow balladry of The Good Olí U.S. of A., the Hammond-imbued rocker Down To The Riverbank, the quietly paced Find My Way Back Home, the gentle funk of Honkey Tonk Drankiní, the album rounding out on the stillness of regret within Iím Crazy And Youíre Gone, the barnyard slow dance Jesus, Haggard & Jones, closing on the thoughtfully gently, comedically side-eyed Hankles.

In closing, Whiskey and The Dog is different than anything Fisher has done to date and yet stays true to who he is - unapologetic, patriotic, and passionate.

Indeed, the album remains true to Creed Fisherís unwavering form, speaking to and for his fans, and is his strongest country album he has produced thus far in his career.

His songwriting harkens back to the roots of genuine outlaw country music, taking listeners back to a place and time when the fine art of storytelling flowed effortlessly.

With this new album, Fisher promises fans, ďA rollercoaster of emotions; laughs, cheers with drinks and songs that will make you want to cry.Ē

When describing his aspirations for the album, Fisher states, "I hope fans walk away knowing that Iím still in the trenches fighting this battle for Real Country Music.Ē

ďWe havenít lost a step; if anything, this album is stronger than ever and shows that Creed Fisher is a force to be reckoned with in Outlaw Country Music.Ē

Creed Fisher - High On The Bottle (Official Video)

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