Foster began his own music label called Devil's River. In September 2009 Foster released the album Revival under the band name "Radney Foster and the Confessions" and a feature length DVD documentary on the making of the album. The 90-minute film was co-produced by Foster and his wife. Keith Urban recorded Foster's song "I'm In" for his 2009 album Defying Gravity and it became a No. 2 single. In December 2010, Foster rejoined the Foster & Lloyd duo and they released the album "It's Already Tomorrow" in 2011 . Del Rio, TX Revisited: Unplugged & Lonesome. Release date: August 14, 2012. Label: Devil's River.
Foster lets the passage of time reshape his debut album. After the duo Foster & Lloyd disbanded, Radney Foster released Del Rio, Texas, 1959 in 1992 and promptly started racking up hits. That's just what Foster does, though, with Del Rio, TX Revisited: Unplugged and Lonesome. And once you hear the results, you know why. While not nearly as dated as a lot of records that came out in the early '90s, the original Del Rio shows signs of the time that it was made, with sonic touches that catered to the commercial radio of the day.
Radney Foster’s 1992 debut is a rarity within modern country music: an album with a lot of kick but absolutely no pretense or theatricality. The plainspoken Foster doesn’t overplay his voice, nor does he assume the macho cowboy affectations that can befall even the most talented of Nashville’s contemporary performers. Foster's much more than a neo-traditionalist, but it'd be lying to say that his chrome-plated Bakersfield swing numbers Just Call Me Lonesome and Louisiana Blues aren’t two of the best songs here. Old Silver is a great closer, full of the natural feeling that's so lacking in contemporary country. But the gold star must go to Closing Time, an alcoholic hymn for the ages. Del Rio, Tx 1959 Radney Foster.
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On the solo Del Rio, TX 1959, Foster wades out into the deeper currents of country tradition and fishes out a Texas-swing honky-tonk album so good it could have come from George Strait. The title refers to the time and place of Foster's birth; it was a year when Texan George Jones topped the country charts with "White Lightning. It is so solid that 2012's Del Rio Texas Revisited Unplugged and Lonesome arguably does even more to showcase the masterful songwriting of Radney Foster. And at the end of the day, that is the point. Radney is a complete artist: touching songwriter, topnotch musician and wonderful performer. The only comparable artist in my opinion is Marty Stuart and I have to say, as much as I love Marty, Radney is a superior songwriter. How in the world Radney's name is not on the lips of every supposed country fan blows one's mind.
Artist: Radney Foster. Album: Del Rio, Texas Revisited: Unplugged & Lonesome, 2012. Has been played on. United States 1. The WHIP Radio.
Radney Foster "Until It's Gone". radney foster - just call me lonesome. RADNEY FOSTER Louisiana Blue. Two years later Foster signed with Arista Nashville and released the album Del Rio, TX 1959 (named for Foster's place and year of birth). The album produced two consecutive Top Ten hits: "Just Call Me Lonesome" and "Nobody Wins", which respectively reached No. 10 and No. 2 on the Billboard country charts.
Just Call Me Lonesome. George Ducas, Radney Foster. 2. Don't Say Goodbye. 3. Easier Said Than Done.