A New Single, Lord I Hope This Day Is Good, by Jr. Williams.
Mountain Fever Records has released a new single, Lord I Hope This Day Is Good, by Jr. Williams. Dave Hanner wrote this 80s hit made famous by Don Williams. Musicians on this new single include Jr. Williams on lead and harmony vocals, Aaron Ramsey on guitar, Adam Steffey on mandolin, Nathan Aldridge on fiddle, Jeff Partin on bass, Dobro, and harmony vocals.
I’m a lover of good country music. I remember this song being released just after high school; I’ve always been a Don Williams fan. I love good story songs, songs with a message. With all the things going wrong in our world these days, I think most of us would just like to see some good things happen. This song hits home with me and hopefully many of the listeners – Jr. Williams.
Fans can preview and purchase the track here.
Last September, Mountain Fever Records debuted Jr.’s first single, Railroad Town Without a Train, from his upcoming album. The song received great radio success evidenced by appearing for months on the Bluegrass Today Weekly Top 20 and reaching #1 in February. In addition, the song appeared for several months on the Bluegrass Today Monthly Top 20 song chart.
Kentucky native Jr. Williams has been entertaining audiences as part of numerous award-winning bluegrass bands for 36 years contributing his innovative banjo style, vocals, and trademark humor. He is currently touring with the Tim Shelton Syndicate. He previously performed with the award-winning group NewFound Road and later as a founding member of NewTown.