New Project Features Songs by Bob DiPiero, Trent Willmon, Bill Whyte, Jenee Fleenor, Easton Corbin and More
Traditional country stylist, Paul Bogart, announces the release of his new album, Leather, which includes the lead single, “All That Cowboy Jazz.” The project takes listeners back to the sound of an era country legends that included Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams, all with Bogart's own spin. Produced by Sony Nashville recording artist, Trent Willmon (Little Big Town’s “Rain on a Tin Roof,” Montgomery Gentry’s “Back When I Knew It All”), the album can be found on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and www.paulbogart.com.
“This album is about hard work, hustle, and loving the woman God gave you,” Paul Bogart says candidly. “It’s about keeping your head down when you win and crawling back in the saddle when you hit the ground.”

These are sentiments Bogart knows firsthand, having grown up in Northeast Oklahoma in a family of truckers, team ropers and musicians. The title track hearkens back to those heartland roots and homegrown work ethic.

“Not only is Paul a great singer and writer, he is a real cowboy…when he sings a song about it, he’s lived it," said Sony Nashville recording artist, Trent Willmon.

Though his songs are fresh and he himself is young, he is an old soul with a knack for capturing time-honored traditions and summing up classic sentiments in catchy, three-minute songs. Exuding sincerity and a rare, down-to earth charm, Paul Bogart is, simply put, the epitome of traditional country music.

Leather Track Listing:
1. Better With My Baby (Cassidy Lynn, Paul Bogart, Daniel Stephen Wilson)
2. Pretty Please (Jim Beavers, Bob DiPiero, Easton Corbin)
3. When the Cowboys Are Gone (Trent Willmon, Paul Bogart, Shane Minor)
4. George Jonesin’ (Cassidy Lynn, Paul Bogart, Daniel Stephen Wilson)
5. Leather (Cassidy Lynn, Paul Bogart, Daniel Stephen Wilson)
6. All That Cowboy Jazz (Zach Runquist, Paul Bogart, Bill Whyte)
7. Way Past Beautiful (Jenee Fleenor, Buddy Owens, Phil O’Donnell)
8. Grow (Bill Whyte, Paul Bogart)
9. This World Is Not My Home (Albert Edward Brumley)
10. Buckaroo Lullaby (Bill Whyte, Paul Bogart)
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