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Brent Cobb To Re-Release Debut Album ‘No Place Left To Leave’

Brent Cobb is digging back into the vault and gifting his longtime fans with the release of his debut album, No Place Left To Leave.

Originally released in 2006, No Place Left To Leave was recorded in Los Angeles with super-producer (and Brent’s cousin) Dave Cobb at the helm. Shooter Jennings was also in the studio and played keys on the record. However, since many of Brent’s current fans may not be familiar with the record, he’s now going to re-release it via all the streaming platforms on February 7th.

“‘No Place Left to Leave’ is now available for pre-order! I released this record in 2006 on iTunes and well, loads has happened since then. I’ve always loved that album and I don’t think a lot of people have heard it. It’s very eclectic, but the main thing that goes through my mind when I listen to it now is that it started things off for me. Which is why I wanted to re-release it on all streaming platforms.”

After his days in Los Angeles, Brent eventually moved back to Georgia and then on to Nashville at the invitation of none other than country’s Luke Bryan. And now, a bunch of hit songs and two killer albums later, the rest is history.

February 7th folks, write it down.

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