Robert Cray, new album announcement, That's What I Heard, Rock and Blues Muse

Five-time Grammy winner Robert Cray is set to release his newest album, That’s What I Heard, out February 28, 2020 via Nozzle Records, produced by Steve Jordan (Sheryl Crow, Josh Groban, Keith Richards, Boz Scaggs). The album features a mix of blues, soul, R&B, and Gospel, with guests Steve Perry and Ray Parker Jr.

Robert Cray says about the album, “Funky, cool and bad.”

Over the past four decades, Cray has created a sound that stems from American roots, blues, soul and R&B. With 20 acclaimed studio albums, several live albums, and five Grammy wins, the Blues Hall of Famer celebrates the music of Curtis Mayfield, Bobby “Blue” Bland, The Sensational Nightingales and four new original songs on That’s What I Heard.

Listen to his first single “Anything You Want” available now on all streaming services.

Cray and Steve Jordan started working together in 1999 when Jordan produced the Grammy-winning, Take Your Shoes Off, and the recent Grammy nominated, Robert Cray & Hi Rhythm. That’s What I Heard is their sixth album together and was recorded at L.A’s Capitol Studios. The album has a distinct Same Cooke vibe to the music.

Robert’s band features Richard Cousins (bass), Dover Weinberg (keyboards), Terence F. Clark (drums), and Steve Jordan (drums, percussion).

That’s What I Heard Tracklist

“Anything You Want” (Robert Cray)
“Burying Ground” (traditional)
“You’re The One” (Deadric Malone)
“This Man” (Robert Cray)
“You’ll Want Me Back” (Curtis Mayfield)
“Hot” (Robert Cray)
“Promises You Can’t Keep” (Steve Jordan/Danny Kortchmar/Kim Wilson)
“To Be With You” (Robert Cray)
“My Baby Likes To Boogaloo” (Don Gardner)
“You Can’t Make Me Change” (Robert Cray)
“Little Less Lonely” (Richard Cousins/Hendrix Ackle)
“Do It” (Jack Ashford/Lorraine Chandler)

Pre-order That’s What I Heard  here 

Cray is currently on tour. For tour dates see here.

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