Pre-Orders for Foster’s Upcoming Album ‘Til I’m Gone Begin Today

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Independent country music artist Frank Foster knows there’s “Something Bout Being Free” as seen in this exclusive premiere of his new music video. The music video was shot and directed by Brett Bortle, owner of Weekend Warriors Production. Click HERE to watch “Something Bout Being Free” and click HERE to pre-order Foster’s upcoming album ‘Til I’m Gone

“Something bout this song is just perfect for a hang-by-the-lake-with-friends on your favorite summer night,” shared’s Laura Whitmore, adding “‘Something Bout Being Free’ is a feel-good tune that will take you back to your carefree days of summer breaks in high school.”

The supreme singer-songwriter wrote “Something Bout Being Free” along with every song that he has ever recorded. “Something Bout Being Free” is Foster’s lead single off his seventh studio album ‘Til I’m Gone, available for pre-order Aug. 17 and purchase Sept. 21. ‘Til I’m Gone, which was recorded at Welcome to 1979 in Nashville, was produced by Foster, Rob O’Block, Topher Petersen, Caleb Hooper and Jeremy Warren. 

The Louisiana native has previously charted five albums on the Billboard Country Charts with two debuting in the Top Ten (Rhythm and Whiskey and Boots On the Ground) and two debuting in the Top 20 (Southern Soul and Good Country Music). Foster has sold over 125,000 albums and 325,000 singles during his career.

A former oilfield man turned entertainer, Foster, became a viral sensation when his co-worker posted a video of him playing on YouTube. His YouTube now has 10 million views while his Spotify has more than 18 million spins. While not writing or recording, Foster spends time touring the country opening for artists such as country music icon Hank Williams Jr.

1.  ‘Til I’m Gone
(Frank Foster, Rob O’Block)
2.  Something Bout Being Free
(Frank Foster, Topher Petersen)
3.  #3 Sticker
(Frank Foster)
4.  Homebody Ramblin’ Man Blues
(Frank Foster)
5.  Playin’ For Drinks
(Frank Foster)
6.  About The Beer
(Frank Foster)
7.  Beer Drinkin’ Buddies
(Frank Foster)
8.  This Evenin’
(Frank Foster, Rob O’Block)
9.  Age
(Frank Foster)
10.  In The Wind
(Frank Foster)

Be sure to follow Foster on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and visit his website

Sept. 7 The Tarheel – Jacksonville, N.C.
Sept. 8 City Limits Saloon – Raleigh, N.C.
Sept. 21 Forrest County Multi-Purpose Center – Hattiesburg, Miss.
Sept. 22 Rapides Parish Coliseum – Alexandria, La. 
Oct. 12 The Machine Shop – Flint, Mich.
Oct. 23 Blue Note Harrison – Harrison, Ohio
Dec. 15 Exit/In – Nashville, Tenn. 

Frank Foster has charted 5 albums on the Billboard Country Charts with 2 of them debuting on the top 10. Foster has sold over 125,000 albums and 325,000 singles during his career. His YouTube has over 7.5 million as well as 7.5 million streams on Spotify. He was on tour with Hank Williams Jr. for select dates Summer 2017. Foster worked full time on an oil rig in the gulf of Mexico for six years, after working 12 hour shifts he would play songs for co-workers to pass the time. His co-worker posted a video of him playing on YouTube and it went viral. After this he decided to post some more and began touring on his off time. Foster moved to Nashville in 2009. He released his first album, Rowdy Reputation in 2011 and signed with WMEin 2014.

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