John Schneider has enjoyed a successful career in country music, topping the charts with his no. 1 hits “I’ve Been Around Enough to Know” and “You’re the Last Thing I Needed Tonight.” From 1984 to 1987 Schneider released six albums under MCA Nashville including his no. 1 album A Memory Like You and the quintessential Greatest Hits album. Schneider then took time off to pursue his acting opportunities but would return with Worth the Wait in 1996. He’s gone on to release two Christmas albums, including Home For Christmas with Dukes of Hazzard co-star Tom Wopat. Schneider’s most recent releases include the motion picture soundtrack Stand On It, from the action-comedy movie made in tribute to the 1977 classic, “Smokey and The Bandit,” his holiday-themed album Christmas Cars and his most recent single, “Born At A Truck Stop,” from his upcoming album Truck On.
"With cleverly composed lyrics and a rocking band that showcases Schneider's deep-down home vocals" (Parade.com / Laura Whitmore), acclaimed actor and musician John Schneider's new single, "Born At A Truck Stop" is "big, loud, fun and freewheeling" (Parade.com). "Born At A Truck Stop" is the second release from Schneider's upcoming album Truck On, now available for pre-order and available April 2 through BFD/Audium Nashville and Maven Entertainment. The single and album will benefit St. Christopher Truckers Relief Fund, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that helps over-the-road/regional semi-truck drivers and their families. Schneider is a guest on Jeannie Seely's show this Sunday on Willie's Roadhouse SiriusXM to chat with the Opry legend about "Born At A Truck Stop" and his upcoming album, Truck On.
From iconic car chases through Hazzard County as Bo Duke to traveling across the country as a touring musician, acclaimed actor and musician John Schneider has spent years on the road, and now with the title track to his new album, Schneider is saluting the American truck driver in "Truck On." The album is available for pre-order and will be released April 2 through BFD/Audium Nashville and Maven Entertainment. The single and album will benefit St. Christopher Truckers Relief Fund, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that helps over-the-road/regional semi-truck drivers and their families.