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Matt Koziol Unveils New Album; Shares ‘Old Fashioned’ Featuring 49 Winchester

February 23, 2024 2:19 pm GMT

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One of roots rock’s recent rising stars, Matt Koziol, is back for round two.

The singer-songwriter has officially confirmed his sophomore release, titled Last of the Old Dogs, will be arriving on April 5.

The follow-up to his debut album, Wildhorse, his forthcoming effort promises a succinct blend of the traditional and modern, while still showcasing the ‘Runs in the Family’ star’s brutal and brilliant song craft.

With the announcement, Koziol has shared a sample of the upcoming 13-track release, dropping the instantly lovable, nostalgia-flecked Southern rocker ‘Old Fashioned.’

The tune features the smoldering country-rock stylings of Holler favorites 49 Winchester.

The previously released ‘Which Way to Heaven’ and the Vince Gill-backed ‘Ghost In This House’ will also appear on Koziol’s Last of the Old Dogs.

News of new music comes just ahead of the artist’s March appearance at Europe’s biggest country music festival, Country 2 Country (C2C). Those in attendance may get a first listen to some fresh tunes ahead of the album’s spring arrival.

Last of the Old Dogs Tracklist:

1. Which Way to Heaven

2. Better Side of Lonely

3. Last of the Old Dogs

4. The Fire

5. Mine 

6. Ghost In This House (feat. Vince Gill)

7. Follow Me Home

8. I Was

9. You Better Run, Son

10. Letting You Go Again

11. Old Fashioned (feat. 49 Winchester)

12. Uphill Battle

13. Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain


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