John Paul White —one half of the Grammy-winning duo The Civil Wars just premiered the new track “The Good Old Days” from his upcoming solo album The Hurting Kind – Listen to it here!

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John Paul White (The Civil Wars) just premiered the track “The Good Old Days” via American Songwriter in anticipation of his upcoming solo album, The Hurting Kind, out 4/12 on Single Lock Records.
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Of the track, White notes, “This song came out of nowhere. The title of the song was born of a conversation with my wife, Jenny. We were reminiscing about harder times in the past, moments where we struggled to get by. I said derisively, ‘Ah, the good old days.’ And we both thought, why do people say that? The last thing I’d want to do is go back and relive it. These are the good days. The best, I’d like to believe, are yet to come.”
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White will also be on tour throughout the spring in support of the new album, full info and dates below:
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JOHN PAUL WHITE—THE HURTING KIND
1. The Good Old Days
2. I Wish I Could Write You a Song
3. Heart Like a Kite
4. Yesterday’s Love
5. The Long Way Home
6. The Hurting Kind
7. This Isn’t Gonna End Well (featuring Lee Ann Womack)
8. You Lost Me
9. James
10. My Dreams Have All Come True
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JOHN PAUL WHITE LIVE
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April 12—Florence, AL—Shoals Community Theatre
April 14—Tallahassee, FL—Word of South Festival
April 17—Chattanooga, TN—Songbirds North
April 18—Athens, GA—The Foundry
April 19—Charleston, SC—Charleston Music Hall
April 28—Huntsville, AL—Panoply Arts Festival
May 3—Asheville, NC—Ambrose West
May 4—Durham, NC—Motorco
May 5—Norfolk, VA—Goode Theatre
May 6—Richmond, VA—The Camel
May 8—Washington, DC—Union Stage
May 9—Annapolis, MD—Ram’s Head
May 10—Ardmore, PA—Ardmore Music Hall
May 11—New York, NY—Bowery Ballroom
May 13—Boston, MA—Once
May 15—Pittsburgh, PA—Thunderbird Music Hall
May 16—Louisville, KY—Headliners Music Hall
May 17—Atlanta, GA—Terminal West
May 18—Birmingham, AL—Lyric Theatre
May 25—Martinsville, OH—Nowhere Else Festival
June 1—Nashville, TN—Grand Ole Opry
June 5—Little Rock, AR—South On Main
June 6—Denton, TX—Andy’s Bar
June 10—Phoenix, AZ—Musical Instrument Museum
June 11—San Juan Capistrano, CA—The Coach House
June 12—Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up
June 14—Los Angeles, CA—The Troubadour
June 16—San Francisco, CA—The Chapel
June 18—Portland, OR—Mississippi Studios
June 19—Seattle, WA—Tractor Tavern
June 23—Denver, CO—Bluebird Theater
June 25—Kansas City, MO—Knuckleheads
June 26—St. Louis, MO—Delmar Hall
June 27—Lexington, KY—Manchester Music Hall
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