Rock, country combine for A Thousand Horses’ new release

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A Thousand Horses. From left to right: Graham Deloach, Bill Satcher, Michael Hobby, Zach Brown. (Image Courtesy of Big Machine Label Group/John Shearer)A Thousand Horses. From left to right: Graham Deloach, Bill Satcher, Michael Hobby, Zach Brown. (Image Courtesy of Big Machine Label Group/John Shearer)

Southern rock/country band A Thousand Horses’ sophomore album “Bridges” arrived last week.

About half of the songs available on the album are live recordings. The band released the lead single, “Preachin’ to the Choir,” back in March. The song is about the 9 to 5 workday.

“We are excited to share the new music with fans and Country radio,” said lead vocalist Michael Hobby. “We have been away for a bit in the studio writing and recording but are now ready to get out there and perform the new stuff.”

The album is available for preorder on Amazon and iTunes.

The album’s track list:

1. Blaze of Somethin’ 

2. Burn Like Willie

3. Preachin’ to the Choir

4. One Man Army

5. Bridges

6. Weekends in a Small Town

7. Travelin’ Man (Live)

8. Preachin’ to the Choir (Live)

9. Sunday Morning (Live)

10. One Many Army (Live)

11. Bridges (Live)

12. First Time (Live)

13.  Smoke (Live)