In June, Ingram Hill released an acoustic album, "Blue Room Afternoon," which is available physically at shows and on the band's web store; iTunes is the exclusive download retailer for the album. Produced by lead vocalist/guitarist Justin Moore, the album is of the "living room sessions" sort - an intimate re-recording of past hits and fan favorites. "Blue Room Afternoon" followed on the heels of 2010's "Look Your Best," which was produced by Rick Beato (Billionaire, Michelle Malone, Flickerstick, Shinedown); the band had worked with Beato on their first full-length, 2004's "June's Picture Show." The band was previously signed to Hollywood Records and released two albums on the label: the aforementioned "June's Picture Show," which boasted two Billboard charting Hot AC radio hits ("Will I Ever Make It Home" and "Almost Perfect," both of which also appeared on "Blue Room Afternoon" in a new acoustic format); and 2007's "Cold In California." Ingram Hill has toured extensively and has shared stages with Maroon 5, Hanson, Sister Hazel, Hootie and the Blowfish, and Better Than Ezra. Ingram Hill is: Justin Moore (lead vocals, guitar), Phil Bogard (guitar), Zach Kirk (bass).
"As Long As I'm With You" - Ingram Hill