- Released: August 17, 2010
- Label: Show Dog Nashville
Entertainment Weekly - p.126
"Lovely ballads like 'Still Love You' and 'Break Her Fall' prove there's real warmth underneath his taciturn exterior..." -- Grade: B
Billboard (p.28) - "The album's liveliest cut is the delightfully titled 'Ala-Freakin-Bama,' which recalls the hard-rocking boisterousness of Big & Rich."
- 1.Brown Chicken Brown Cow
- 2.Hold My Beer
- 3.Cowboy's Back in Town
- 4.This Ain't No Love Song
- 5.Hell, I Can Do That
- 6.A Little Bit of Missin' You
- 7.Still Love You
- 8.Don't Mind I Don't - (featuring Trailer Choir)
- 10.Break Her Fall
- 11.Whoop a Man's Ass
Audio Mixer: Justin Niebank.
Recording information: Ocean Way Studios, Nashville, TN; The Compound, Nashville, TN; The Conderosa, Nashville, TN; Treasure Isle Recording Studio, Nashville, TN; Westwood Studios, Nashville, TN; Willisoundz, Nashville, TN.
Editors: Brandon Epps; Mickey Jack Cones.
Photographer: Pamela Springsteen.
Cowboy's Back in Town is Trace Adkins' first to be released by Toby Keith's Show Dog imprint. Featuring 11 new tracks, it's a trademark return to the rowdy side of the artist with a few ballads tossed in. Some of the song titles belie the album's wily sentiments (no doubt a delight for longtime fans): "Brown Chicken Brown Cow," "Hold My Beer," first single "This Ain't No Love Song," "Ala-Freakin-Bama," and "Whoop a Man's Ass," to name a few. There are also four bonus tracks tacked onto the end of the set, including a live "Hillbilly Bone" performed by Blake Shelton with Adkins making a guest appearance.