Keep Coming Back (album)
|Keep Coming Back|
|Studio album by Marc Broussard|
|Released||September 16, 2008|
|Marc Broussard chronology|
Keep Coming Back is the fourth studio album by Marc Broussard. It is a collection of all-new material and was preceded by two iTunes exclusive EP releases ("Hard Knocks" and "When It's Good"). It debuted on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart at #136, with 4,400+ copies sold.
- "Keep Coming Back"
- "Hard Knocks"
- "Real Good Thing"
- "Why Should She Wait" (featuring Sara Bareilles)
- "Power's in the People"
- "Evil Things"
- "When It's Good" (featuring LeAnn Rimes)
- "Man for Life"
- "Another Night Alone"
- "Saying I Love You"
- "Going Home"
- "Evangeline Rose" (Untitled Bonus Track)
- Roy Agee - trombone
- Tim Akers - Fender Rhodes, moog bass, organ, piano, Wurlitzer
- Sara Bareilles - duet vocals on "Why Should She Wait"
- Marc Broussard - choir, lead vocals, background vocals
- Gary Burnette - acoustic guitar
- Court Clement - electric guitar
- Jeff Coffin - saxophone
- Nickie Conley - background vocals
- David Davidson - concert master, string contractor
- Mark Douthit - saxophone
- Dan Dugmore - dobro, pedal steel guitar
- Jason Eskridge - background vocals
- Chad Gilmore - drums, percussion
- Reggie Gisham - trumpet
- Barry Green - trombone
- Mike Haynes - trumpet
- DeMarco Johnson - clavinet, Fender Rhodes, piano, synthesizer bass, Wurlitzer
- Jennifer Kummer - french horn
- Ken Lewis - percussion
- Steve Patrick - trumpet
- Andrew Ramsey - background vocals
- LeAnn Rimes - duet vocals on "When It's Good"
- Shannon Sanders - background vocals
- Adam Shoenfeld - electric guitar
- Calvin Turner - bass guitar, bells, horn arrangements, horn conductor, mellotron, percussion, string arrangements, string conductor, background vocals
'Hard Knocks' is the first single. It was released to iTunes as a digital single, and has since charted at #11 on Billboard's "Hot Singles Sales" chart.
'Keep Coming Back', the album's title track, was a promotional single, which Marc performed on several late night and morning talk shows.
'When It's Good' (featuring LeAnn Rimes) was sent to Country radio stations in January 2009.
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