Brent Cobb has released his new album Keep ’Em on They Toes, the follow-up to his 2018 record Providence Canyon.
The guitarist’s new ten-track LP, produced by Brad Cook, captures a warm, stripped-back sound—and also features a number of collaborations with Cobb’s own family members. The Georgia native wrote the title track and “Shut Up and Sing” with his wife Layne, and “Soapbox” with his father. On the other hand, “Good Times and Good Love” was written with superstar Luke Bryan.
Keep ’Em on They Toes also follows Cobb’s move back to Georgia after many years working and writing in Nashville. “I had written a lot about missing home and describing Georgia and that sort of thing,” Cobb told GRAMMY.com. “We moved back to Georgia a couple years ago and I wasn’t missing it anymore. So the songs I started writing began to focus on the world we live in.”
Listen to Keep ’Em on They Toes here: