Burning the Day

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All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
The current members of the Randy Rogers Band have been together since 2004. They've taken their time, learned how to make records, and matured slowly. In 2006 the band crossed over. They signed to Mercury Nashville and released Just a Matter of Time (which reached number six on Billboard's country chart). They grossed over $2.5 million in 2007 while touring in support of it, warranting placement in Rolling Stone as a "must-see" artist. In 2008, they enlisted Radney Foster to produce their self-titled follow-up, which reflected Nashville's studio culture to a "T." Burning the Day, produced by Paul Worley, finds them on MCA Nashville. Preceded by the fine single "Too Late for ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
The current members of the Randy Rogers Band have been together since 2004. They've taken their time, learned how to make records, and matured slowly. In 2006 the band crossed over. They signed to Mercury Nashville and released Just a Matter of Time (which reached number six on Billboard's country chart). They grossed over $2.5 million in 2007 while touring in support of it, warranting placement in Rolling Stone as a "must-see" artist. In 2008, they enlisted Radney Foster to produce their self-titled follow-up, which reflected Nashville's studio culture to a "T." Burning the Day, produced by Paul Worley, finds them on MCA Nashville. Preceded by the fine single "Too Late for Goodbye," a ringing midtempo rock ballad, the RRB has evolved from its roots as a good-time, spontaneous live band into first-rate masters of the recording studio. The other excellent tunes on the set, "Holding on to Letting Go," "I've Been Looking for You so Long," "Starting Over for the Last Time," and "Last Last Chance" reflect a more polished version of what the band is best at live: playing a 21st century meld of contemporary country and mainstream pop
ock; as influenced by Bob Seger as it is by Jack Ingram and Pat Green.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/24/2010
  • Label: Mca Nashville
  • UPC: 602527370347
  • Catalog Number: 001421702
  • Sales rank: 50,963

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Randy Rogers Band Primary Artist
Randy Rogers Indexed Contributor, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Geoffrey Hill Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocal Harmony
Paul Worley Acoustic Guitar
Tim Lauer Piano, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3
Shannon Lawson Vocal Harmony
Eric Borash Electric Guitar
Shelly Fairchild Vocal Harmony
Brady Black Fiddle, Vocal Harmony
Jon Richardson Bass
Les Lawless Drums
Brian Keane Vocal Harmony
Technical Credits
Radney Foster Composer
Geoffrey Hill Composer
Dean Dillon Composer
Bruce Robison Composer
Paul Worley Producer
Erik Hellerman Engineer
Clarke Schleicher Engineer
Gordie Sampson Composer
Randy Rogers Composer
John Napier Engineer
Dale Dodson Composer
Andrew Mendelson Mastering
Betsy Baird Art Direction
Sean McConnell Composer
Jeff Middleton Composer
Andrew Bazinet Engineer
Jon Richardson Composer
Mark Mulch Composer
Nick Mulch Composer
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