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“With old-fashioned pop hooks and country perspective, Foster sings songs of fatherly advice, foolish mistakes and long-shot gambles that pay off in ways big and, sometimes more important, small.” — USA Today
For 30 years, Radney Foster has thrived as a songwriter, recording artist, live performer and producer. His songs—solo, with Foster and Lloyd, and recorded by other artists—have topped the country, Americana, and AAA charts alike. At the same time, he’s earned the respect of his peers and a devoted audience as intent on listening as they are eager to dance.
Considered an elder statesman of Texas singer-songwriters, Foster has been a friend and mentor to many younger artists on the Texas scene. He’s written and produced songs for Randy Rogers, Jack Ingram, Kacey Musgraves, Wade Bowen, Josh Abbott, Pat Green, Cory Morrow and many others. His songs are regularly mined by superstar acts like Keith Urban (“Raining on Sunday,” “I’m In,”), Sara Evans (“Real Fine Place,” “Revival”) and the Dixie Chicks (“Godspeed”).
His latest project, For You To See The Stars, is comprised of two parts – a book and a CD. The book is a collection of short stories published by Working Title Farm, informed by Foster’s upbringing on the Mexican border in Del Rio, TX. The 10-track album, also titled For You To See The Stars, features nine new songs and a special re-recording of “Raining on Sunday,” the song Foster co-wrote with Darrell Brown, which became one of Keith Urban’s top Billboard singles. The album was recorded at the historic Nashville studio Sound Emporium.