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Following the release of his "timeless… extraordinary" (NPR) album 'Blue Eyes, The Harlot, The Queer, The Pusher & Me,' Waylon
Payne shares three new songs, each a personal reflection of his harrowing life journey, via 'The Lost Act,' available everywhere now.
In the first track "7:28" (Payne, Wade Bowen, Angaleena Presley) Payne recalls the moment he lost his late mother, the great GRAMMY-winning country artist Sammi Smith ("Help Me Make It Through The Night"). "Do You Feel It Too," which he wrote with Dean Person, Terri Jo Box and Roger
Hodges, questions the reciprocation of love. Listeners may recognize Payne's self-penned song "Sunday" from Lee Ann Womack's GRAMMY-nominated album 'The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone.' Originally an idea from his mother Sammi Smith, "Sunday" reflects on feelings of abandonment when help is needed the most.
"7:28" is featured on several playlists including Spotify's Indigo, Fresh
Folk and The Pulse of Americana, Pandora's This Year In Americana and New Americana Now, and Apple Music's Southern Craft and New In Country.
Payne is currently on tour with Elizabeth
Cook. He performed at Hollywood's The Hotel Cafe this past Wednesday (10.13), and he'll open a run of shows for Jack Ingram
in his home state of Texas
this December. For tickets and more information, visit waylonpaynemusic.co/shows.
'The Lost Act' Tracklist:
1. 7:28 (Waylon Payne, Wade Bowen, Angaleena Presley)
2. Do You Feel It Too (Waylon Payne, Dean Person, Terri Jo Box, Roger
3. Sunday (Waylon Payne).