They Don't Make em Like My Daddy Anymore (Featured Country Version) (3:44)
Release: July 31, 2020
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Contact phone: 615-495-9222
Publicist: Martha Moore, 615-202-1313,

Songwriter: Alecia Nugent, Carl Jackson
Copyrights: 2019 Hillbilly Goddess Music (ASCAP) admin by Bluewater Music. Colonel Rebel Music (ASCAP)admin by BMG Copyrights

A tribute to my daddy who passed July 1st, 2013. When I was 12 years old, my dad would call me out on stage with his bluegrass band to sing “Daddy’s Hands” by Holly Dunn. The bond between a daddy and daughter grew stronger and it was just the beginning of many songs we’d sing together. Then 20 years later, my debut on the Opry happened, and I asked my daddy to stand beside me once again to sing harmony. That was the moment that inspired this song.

Produced by Keith Stegall
Recorded by John Kelton at The Castle Recording Studio (Franklin, TN)
Assisted by Travis Humbert
Additional Recording by John Kelton and Travis Humbert at The Sound Station and Wedgewood Sound (Nashville, TN)
Mixed by John Kelton at Wedgewood Sound and The Sound Station (Nashville, TN)
Mastered by Glenn Meadows at Mayfield Mastering (Nashville, TN)
Production Coordinator: Jason Campbell

Brent Mason – Electric Guitar
Tommy Harden – Drums
Bobby Terry – Acoustic Guitar
Gary Prim – Keyboards
Jimmie Lee Sloas – Bass
Stuart Duncan – Fiddle
Paul Franklin – Steel Guitar
Dan Dugmore – Steel Guitar
Wes Hightower – Background Vocals