"One Night" by Lonnie Dean is his tribute to the unequaled Elvis Presley.
Lonnie Dean is the writer and singer of "No Good In Goodbye"; an up-tempo country song with a gospel flavor about failed relationship.
"Danny Boy" is a traditional favorite that Lonnie Dean puts his whole heart and soul into.
"Ex For Sex" is a kind of an up-tempo funny song written and sung by Lonnie Dean that has a twist in it.
"The End of The World" is Lonnie Dean's version of the great Skeeter Davis classic.
"Because" is Lonnie Dean's country version of the Dave Clark Five's hit of the '60's.
"Since I Fell For You" is Lonnie Dean's rendition of a heartfelt classic with a little humor.
"One For The Money" is a great addition to some of the best line dances at Lonnie Dean's live performances.
"His and Hers" is Lonnie Dean's tribute to Tony Douglas and his fine classic.
"Let It Be Me" is one of Lonnie Dean's all-time favorites.
Lonnie Dean chose "Misty Honky Tonk Dreams" as the title song for this album. Written by 3-time Grammy producer Phil York, the song is a perfect last dance song at your favorite night spot.
Lonnie Dean's son, Will Taylor, rounds out the last three songs of this album with Texas Two Steps "Cell Phone Sweetheart" and "There Goes My Memory". The final song by Will Taylor is "He's Got A Way With Women" by the late great Hank Thompson and dedicated to Hank's wife, Ann Thompson. Before breaking out on his own, Will Taylor, played drums for 17 years in Hank's band, The Brazos Valley Boys.
From great old classics to traditional country, with a little of this and that mixed in, there is something for everyone in this album.