Tony Booth | Is This All There Is To A Honky Tonk?

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Is This All There Is To A Honky Tonk?

by Tony Booth

This country legend returns to the studio for his first album in over ten years-and it's a winner.
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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1. Is This All There Is to a Honky Tonk?
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2. Play Me the Truth
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3. You Look Like Someone That Used to Love Me
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4. My Memories of You
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5. I've Been Around Love Long Enough
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6. Cold Brown Bottle
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7. Losing You Just Dawned On Me Today
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8. Another Chance At Love
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9. Sweethearts in Heaven
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10. The Keys in the Mailbox
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11. Cinderella
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12. Lonesome 7-7203
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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In his first recording in over ten years, Tony Booth hits a home run with “Is This All There Is To A Honky Tonk?” Booth’s vocals have not lost their distinctive sound that established him as one of the most promising vocalists of the 1970’s.

Booth revisits four of his previous hits including “The Keys In The Mailbox” “Cinderella” and “Lonesome 7-7203” in his new project for Heart of Texas Records based in Brady, Texas. He also rerecorded the Buck Owens (his former boss man) song “Sweethearts In Heaven.”

He shines in the new material that was hand selected for this reunion project including the title track “Is This All There Is To A Honky Tonk?”

“I was told that the song was actually written for me when I was recording for Capital Records,” Booth said. “For some reason, I never got a hold of it and Jerry Naylor cut it. I had to call three or four people to get a copy of the song just to record it. I always said that if I did another album that I was going to include that song.”

New traditional country songwriters Justin Trevino and Guyanne McCall composed “Play Me The Truth” while veteran Glenn Sutton contributed “You Look Like Someone That Used To Love Me” and “I’ve Been Around Love Long Enough” for the album.

“I wanted to include a song that my brother Larry wrote for Gene Watson,” Booth said. “That is the reason I recorded ‘My Memories Of You.’ I have always loved that song and it really fits well in the project.”

Booth rounds out the album with “Losing You Just Dawned On Me Today” and “Another Chance At Love.”

Justin Trevino produced “Is This All There Is To A Honky Tonk” and the album features Jake Hooker on bass, Randy Lindley on rhythm guitar, Randy Corner on lead guitar, Justin Trevino on harmony vocals, T. Bonta on piano, Reggie Rueffer on fiddle, Johnny Cox on steel guitar and Jim Loessberg on drums.

“We are delighted that Tony Booth chose Heart of Texas Records to release this long awaited comeback album,” Heart of Texas Records President Tracy Pitcox said. “Tony has been semi retired for the last several years since leaving the Gene Watson organization. He is now back recording, touring and really enjoying Country Music better than ever!”

“Is This All There Is To A Honky Tonk?” is available at record stores that carry traditional country music or online at www.heartoftexascountry.com.


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larry johnson

IS THIS ALL THERE IS TO A HONKY TONK
GREAT--WHO'S THE WRITER ?

Frank Nance


Was worth every penny. Must own.

Keith Ann Pate


This CD takes me back to years ago when we all went dancing and enjoyed the sounds of true country music. I have seen Tony in person many times, and this CD is almost as good as being there! Jake Hooker on the bass is a BIG plus,too.
Tony, it is so good to hear your music again!

Ron Reckers

IS THAT ALL THEIR IS TO A HONKY TONK
Could have sworn I was listening to Ray Price. When I found out who it was I just had to buy it. Sure hope Tony finds time to put out another CD real soon. Can't seem to take this one out of my player.

ernie nalty


Great Sound !!!

Dewey Page

Too Long
I love the smooth sound of this great singer, he has always been one of my favorites and when you hear this album you will under stand why he is. Please don't wait 10 years to have another album .

Kathy Sutton

Fantastic!!!!
Just like the artist! What else can be said? Tony is the greatest and so is this cd! Buy it!!!

Tore Brennodden

The King of Honky Tonk Music!
I have played his UNI, MGM & Capitol records for years and they have always been among my favorite records. 34 years after his last Capitol record he is back with maybe his best album ever!
Thanks to Heart Of Texas Records for another first class release! I gave him 5 stars above and here's 5 more: *****

Chris Doubleday

Is This All THere Is To A Honky Tonk?
5 Stars? Are you kidding me? There are not enough stars in the sky to rate this new record. No producer, songwriter, singer, player better than Justin Trevino! Thank GOD Tony Booth is back. What a voice and what great fiddles and steel guitar! Awesome! Almost better than sex!!!

Bobby Hensley

Is This All There is to a ahonky Tonk
IT JUST CAN'T GET ANY BETTER !!!
I TAKES US BACK IN 1970'S WHEN WE FIRST HEARD TONY BOOTH HOPE HE PUTS OUT MORE.
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