Seasick Steve to release new album on Jack White's Third Man Records

Blues man to release new album in May

Seasick Steve to release new album on Jack White's Third Man Records
Seasick Steve is set to release his new album 'You Can’t Teach An Old Dog New Tricks' on May 30.

The self-produced effort will be released in the UK on the Play It Again Sam label. In the US it will come out on Jack White’s Third Man Records.

The album will be the follow-up to 2009’s 'Man From Another Time' and was produced by Steve with Henry James Wold.

Steve played a short set yesterday (March 16) at the SXSW festival in Austin, shortly after a solo set from White.

The tracklisting of 'You Can’t Teach An Old Dog New Tricks' is:

'Treasures'
'You Can’t Teach An Old Dog New Tricks'
'Burnin’ Up'
'Don’t Know Why She Loves Me But She Do'
'Have Mercy On The Lonely'
'Whiskey Ballad'
'Back In The Doghouse'
'Underneath A Blue And Cloudless Sky'
'What A Way To Go'
'Part'
'Days Gone'
'It’s A Long, Long Way'

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