Fifteen years ago, the country and gospel superstar Josh Turner released his second studio album, Your Man. This week, he has taken time to remember the good memories he has from making the album. He took to Twitter to share his feelings about the album and his time since.
“Why am I posting an old album cover you ask,” Josh Turner said in his Instagram post. “This year marks the 15th anniversary of YOUR MAN?!?! I’ve been taking a stroll down memory lane this week and will share some photos and stories with you over this month. I’d love to hear your stories as well!”
This 2006 album also brought with it two number one singles. First, released in late 2005, was the title track “Your Man,” which Josh Turner wrote alongside Jace Everett, Chris DuBois, and Chris Stapleton. The track rose slowly in the charts. finally reaching the number one spot in early 2006.
The second single released off of Your Man was “Would You Go With Me,” which also found success on the charts. “Would You Go With Me” reached number one on the country charts where it sat for two weeks. It also rose to number 48 on Billboard’s Hot 100.
Josh Turner New Releases
Almost two decades after the release of his debut single, “Long Black Train,” Josh Turner returns with his 2020 album, Country State of Mind. This album includes some fantastic features from country legends like Kris Kristofferson and Randy Travis. It also features some of the genre’s young talents like Maddie & Tae.
Even more recently, Josh Turner released an acoustic version of one of his songs off of Country State of Mind. This acoustic re-recording featured the country legend, Randy Travis. Turner covered the essential Randy Travis song on the Country State of Mind album, and in the acoustic version, Travis tunes in for the iconic “amen” line.