This weekend in Minong, Wisconsin is the Northwoods Music Festival. The lineup includes Trace Adkins, Rodney Atkins, Jana Kramer, Gloriana, David Lee Murphy and Bucky Covington. For my Country Throwback this week I thought I'd focus on Bucky's debut hit, which is still his biggest.
Bucky Covington has traveled a long road to his sophomore album. The 'American Idol' alumnus scored the biggest debut of any country artist of 2007 with his self-titled first album, but found himself unable to follow up on its success after Lyric Street Records closed it doors, leaving him in contractual limbo for several years.
Bucky Covington fans have anxiously been counting down the days until the release of the singer’s sophomore album, ‘Good Guys,’ set to hit stores on Sept. 11. To give them a little something to hold them over, Covington has revealed the album cover artwork, as well as the list of which 12 tracks will complete the new project.
Bucky Covington has always been known in Nashville as a “good guy,” but now he’s taking that to a whole new level. Covington has joined forces with “Help the Good Guys” — a charitable organization that honors and supports injured fire fighters, police officers and their families.
In Craig Morgan's 5th Motocross, Concert, and Sport Clay Shoot fundraiser, he and friends raised a record $95,000 dollars. That's more than the last two years combined. Craig is happy to see that this event keeps getting bigger.