Multi-platinum artist Dylan Scott announces deluxe album Livin’ My Best Life (Still)

Out March 29th!

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Curb Records recording artist Dylan Scott announces his upcoming deluxe album, Livin’ My Best Life (Still), arriving March 29. The expanded edition features five new tracks, as well as beloved fan-favorites such as “This Town’s Been Too Good To Us,” “I’ll Be A Bartender” and “Boys Back Home” to the previously released collection. Scott revealed the exciting announcement this afternoon on social media here.

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Following the success of his 2022 full-length release of Livin’ My Best Life, the deluxe edition Livin’ My Best Life (Still) delivers a personal set filled with the dirt roads, farm fires, barstools and church pews that defined the Louisiana native’s youth. The CMT Music Award winner’s new deluxe includes contributions from an all-star lineup of writers such as Tyler Hubbard, Brian Kelley, Morgan Wallen, Thomas Rhett and more.

Just last week, Scott impacted Country radio with “This Town’s Been Too Good To Us’’ which caught the attention of 51 first-week stations across the MediaBase and Billboard charts. The song continues to stand out as a favorite from the ACM Award nominee’s summer EP, This Town’s Been Too Good To Us. Written by Scott and songwriting heavy-hitters John Byron, Ashley Gorley, Taylor Phillips and Ryan Vojtesak, the track finds Scott paying homage to his hometown of Bastrop, Louisiana as he reminisces on the cherished memories that shaped him.

Meanwhile, a standout from the forthcoming deluxe, “What He’ll Never Have,” has had fans buzzing since Dec. 2022 when Scott first teased an acoustic cover of the song on TikTok. Scott’s signature Country drawl takes center stage as he pours his heart out, emphasizing that even in death, the depth of his love for his wife can’t be replaced by another. Scott shared a pre-save link to the track last week and it has already racked up over 40K pre-saves from fans clamoring for the track.

Livin My Best Life (Still) Track Listing:

1. “This Town’s Been Too Good to Us”

2. “What He’ll Never Have”

3. “Boys Back Home”

4. “Me and My Kind”

5. “I’ll Be a Bartender”

6. “What I’d Want Mine to Say”

7. “Heartbeat of America”

8. “Getting Out Alive”

9. “New Truck”

10. “Amen to That”

11. “Can’t Have Mine”

12. “In Our Blood”

13. “Static”

14. “Lay Down With You”

15. “Boy I Was Back Then”

16. “Livin’ My Best Life”

17. “Killin’ Some Time”

18. “Ain’t Much Left of Me”

19. “Leave Her Alone”

20. “Tough”

21. “Hell Out Of Me”

22. “Nobody”

23. “Good Times Go By Too Fast”

24. “Nothing to Do Town”

25. “Good Times Go by Too Fast (VAVO REMIX)”

26. “This Town’s Been Too Good to Us (VAVO REMIX)”

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