Pat Green Declares What I’m For

Pat Green will release his first new album since 2006, What I’m For, on Jan. 27.

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Pat wrote or co-wrote eight of the 10 songs. “Now I feel like I’ve finally come into my own and I want to write songs by a man, by a father, by a guy that kind of has a handle on the situation,” he says. What I’m For was produced by Dann Huff, familiar to country fans from his work with Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban, Faith Hill and many others. “I loved the sound of Dann’s records and he’s a real guitar god, and that’s what I want now: someone who can make guitar records sound amazing,” Pat explains. The first single, “Let Me,” is already a Top 20 hit.

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