From the Artist
"I love people who break boundaries and always create something new and fresh," he points out. "I'm still true to my Southern roots." The disc's Tritt-Sambora collaboration, "Willing to Try" and the producer-musician's work with John Rich underscore this restlessly inventive Southern sensibility.
He describes Randy Jackson's Music Club, Vol. 1 as "a great way to announce my new label, hear from some great established and new artists, and share a little musical history," adding "in a way, it's autobiographical - it covers a lot of my life experience."
"After everything I've done, I wasn't dying to make a solo album," the tireless music maker admits. "But this was an opportunity to bring together an amazing roster of artists and make a kind of potpourri of all the things I love. At the end of the day, I'm a song guy - and working on these songs has been a way to express my passion for music, which has never been stronger."