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Turnpike Troubadours in San Francisco on 8/1/17 before the release of their 5th Studio Album.
|Genres||Red Dirt, country, americana, roots rock, folk rock|
|Years active||2007–present (on indefinite hiatus)|
|Labels||Bossier City Records|
|Past members||John Fullbright|
Giovanni "Nooch" Carnuccio III
Turnpike Troubadours is an American country music group from Oklahoma founded in 2005. They started their own imprint, Bossier City Records, in 2007 and have released five studio albums. Their self-titled 2015 album peaked at number 17 on the Billboard 200.
The band was formed in 2007, with original members including Evan Felker and R.C. Edwards. Bossier City was recorded a month after the formation after the band, in order to have a recording to sell at live shows. Felker later said the musical arrangements were "not a good representation" of what the band later became. The songs “Easton and Main” and “Bossier City” were re-recorded for their 2015 self-titled album. It is well established that their self-titled album was the vehicle that launched their career into superstar territory. The Turnpike Troubadour's most recent album, A Long Way from Your Heart, was released in October of 2017 and peaked at #2 in the charts.
As of May 31, 2019, the band is on indefinite hiatus.
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions||Sales|
|Diamonds & Gasoline||
|Goodbye Normal Street||
|The Turnpike Troubadours||
|A Long Way From Your Heart||
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
|2012||"Gin, Smoke, Lies"||Brooke McDaniel|
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