Mark Chesnutt’s ‘Tradition Lives’ Available Now



Mark Chesnutt: Tradition Lives

Purchase The Brand New Album On iTunes, Amazon and

Chesnutt Set For Grand Ole Opry Performance
and Signing Wednesday, July 13

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 8, 2016) – A six-year wait for new music from Mark Chesnutt comes to a close today, as the aptly-titled Tradition Lives is officially available on iTunes, Amazon, and in stores. The album, produced by Jimmy Ritchey and released by Row Entertainment, was recently named the Most Anticipated Album of July in a poll of country music fans on

As part of his busy schedule promoting the new album, Chesnutt will make a stop in Nashville on Wednesday, July 13 to appear on the Grand Ole Opry. Following the performance, attendees will have the opportunity to purchase a copy of Tradition Lives and have it signed by Chesnutt in The Opry Shop beginning at 9:15 p.m. To purchase tickets, click here.


Beginning today, fans can watch Chesnutt describe his connection to several songs from Tradition Lives including “Is It Still Cheating,” which can be viewed exclusively on Written by Jamey Johnson, Randy Houser and Jerrod Niemann, the track stays true to Chesnutt’s classic country and honky-tonk roots. He says of the song, “It’s an old time country music cheating song, and they’re hard to find these days, those songs like that.” Click here to view the clip.

Chesnutt also shares what makes the emotionally charged “Losing You All Over Again” stand out to him, exclusively on Hear his comments and read the interview by clicking here.

Keep an eye out for more track-by-track commentary coming soon to, along with weekly installments of Chesnutt’s telling new video series, “Honky Tonk Monday.”

Be sure to catch Mark Chesnutt on Honky Tonkin’ with Tracy Lawrence and Country Gold with Terri Clark this weekend, as well as WSM’s Nashville Today Show with Devon O’Day on July 14 at 6:00 p.m.

For more information on Mark Chesnutt, please visit

1. I’ve Got A Quarter In My Pocket
2. Is It Still Cheating
3. Lonely Ain’t The Only Game In Town
4. Oughta Miss Me By Now
5. Neither Did I
6. So You Can’t Hurt Me Anymore
7. You Moved Up In Your World
8. Look At Me Now
9. Losing You All Over Again
10. Never Been To Texas
11. What I Heard
12. Hot

Bonus Track:
There Won’t Be Another Now (Tribute to The Hag and Red Lane)

July 08 Redneck Country Club – Stafford, Texas
July 09 Sealybration @ B7PW Park – Sealy, Texas
July 15 Englewood Event Center – Englewood, Fla.
July 16 The Ranch Concert Hall & Saloon – Fort Myers, Fla.
July 22 Saline County Fair – Crete, Neb.
July 23 Wild Rose Casino & Resort – Clinton, Iowa
July 29 Fat City – Champaign, Ill.
July 30 Pike County Fair – Bowling Green, Mo.
Aug. 05 Royal Gorge Bridge & Park – Canon City, Colo.
Aug. 06 Central Station – Dodge City, Kan.
Aug. 12 Black River Coliseum – Poplar Bluff, Mo.
Aug. 13 Big O Festival – Owensboro, Ky.
Aug. 15 Rockingham County Fair – Harrisonburg, Va.
Aug. 19 Barton Creek Country Club – Austin, Texas
Aug. 20 Delcambre Shrimp Festival – Delcambre, La.
Aug. 26 DOSEY DOES – The Woodlands, Texas
Aug. 27 Mercedes Fairgrounds – Mercedes, Texas
Sept. 02 Frank Brown Park – Panama City Beach, Fla.
Sept. 03 Renegades – West Palm Beach, Fla.
Sept. 09 Trinity Cathedral – Cleveland, Ohio
Sept. 10 Montgomery Turkey Trot Festival – Montgomery, Ind.
Sept. 17 Trenton Civic Center – Trenton, N.C.
Oct. 07 Heart of Texas Rodeo – Waco, Texas
Nov. 05 Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center – Cedar Falls, Iowa
Nov. 12 Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts – Fairfield, Iowa
Nov. 19 Chuters – Pasadena, Texas
Nov. 25 Grizzly Rose – Denver, Colo.
Dec. 09 DOSEY DOES – The Woodlands, Texas
Dec. 10 DOSEY DOES – The Woodlands, Texas
Dec. 12 Conways – New Braunfels, Texas

About Mark Chesnutt:
A native of Beaumont, Texas, traditional-minded classic country singer Mark Chesnutt began his run up the charts in 1990 with “Too Cold At Home,” and followed that initial hit up with blockbuster 90s favorites such as “Brother Jukebox,” “Let It Rain,” and “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing.” Along the way, he has earned one Gold album and four Platinum albums. He has been nominated for several industry awards, and has a CMA trophy to his credit – the 1993 Vocal Event of the Year prize for “I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair,” a hit for The Possum, George Jones. Chesnutt continues to be a touring favorite, with close to 175 dates on his calendar – which is booked well into the latter part of 2016. For more information on Mark Chesnutt, please visit


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