Riley Green is back with a new album that promises to showcase his country roots and collaborations. Ain't My Last Rodeo, which will be released on Oct. 13, is Green's second full-length album and features guest appearances from Luke Combs and Jelly Roll, two of the hottest names in the genre. The album also includes a cover of Tim McGraw's classic "Don't Take the Girl," a song that Green says he grew up listening to.
Green, who rose to fame with his heartfelt tribute to his grandfathers, "I Wish Grandpas Never Died," says he wanted to make an album that reflects his life and influences. He says he was honored to work with Combs and Jelly Roll, who he considers friends and mentors. He also says he wanted to pay homage to McGraw, one of his musical heroes.
Ain't My Last Rodeo is a collection of songs that showcase Green's authentic voice and storytelling skills. He says he hopes his fans will enjoy the album and relate to his stories. He also says he is looking forward to performing the songs live and connecting with his audience.
If you are a fan of Riley Green or country music in general, you won't want to miss Ain't My Last Rodeo. You can pre-order the album now or stream it on Oct. 13 on your favorite platform. You can also follow Green on social media for updates and tour dates.