Saturday, June 23, 2018

Ringo sings on Roger Miller tribute album

Ringo Starr will perform Roger Miller's "Hey, Would You Hold It Down" on an upcoming tribute album to the late country music star.

The album, titled King of the Road, after one of Miller's biggest hits, is out Aug. 31. Other featured on the two-disk set include Dolly Parton, Kacey Musgraves, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson and Merle Haggard, and Brad Paisley.

Here is Miller's version of the tune Ringo covers:



And here's the album's complete track listing:

1. "Chug-a-Lug," Asleep at the Wheel featuring Huey Lewis
2. "Dang Me," Brad Paisley
3. "Leaving's Not the Only Way to Go," The Stellas and Lennon & Maisy
4. "Kansas City Star," Kacey Musgraves
5. "World So Full of Love," Rodney Crowell
6. "Old Friends," Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson and Merle Haggard
7. "Lock, Stock and Teardrops," Mandy Barnett
8. "You Oughta Be Here With Me," Alison Krauss featuring the Cox Family
9. "The Crossing," Ronnie Dunn and the Blind Boys of Alabama10. "In the Summertime," The Earls of Leicester featuring Shawn Camp
11. "England Swings," Lyle Lovett
12. "You Can't Rollerskate in a Buffalo Herd," Various Artists
13. "Half a Mind," Loretta Lynn
14. "Invitation to the Blues," Shooter Jennings and Jessi Colter
15. "It Only Hurts Me When I Cry" (Live), Dwight Yoakam
16. "Hey, Would You Hold It Down?" Ringo Starr
17. "Engine, Engine #9," Emerson Hart featuring Jon Randall
18. "When Two Worlds Collide," Flatt Lonesome
19. "Oo De Lolly," Eric Church
20. "Reincarnation," Cake
21. "You Can't Do Me This Way," Dean Miller featuring the McCrary Sisters
22. "Nothing Can Stop Me," Toad the Wet Sprocket
23. "Husbands and Wives," Jamey Johnson featuring Emmylou Harris
24. "Pick Up My Heart," Lily Meola
25. "I Believe in the Sunshine," Daphne and the Mystery Machines
26. "Guv'ment," John Goodman
27. "The Last Word in Lonesome Is Me," Dolly Parton featuring Alison Krauss
28. "I'd Come Back to Me," Radney Foster featuring Tawnya Reynolds
29. "One Dying and a Burying," The Dead South
30. "Do Wacka Do," Robert Earl Keen, Jr.
31. "King of the Road," Various Artists

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