The song appears on Brown’s upcoming From Memphis to Muscle Shoals album

Grammy-nominated, CMA Award-winner, and newest member of the Grand Ole Opry, T. Graham Brown, recently announced his new studio album, From Memphis to Muscle Shoals. Slated to drop on Friday, August 2nd via Warner Music Group-ADA, the album features collaborations with Bettye LaVette, Sam Moore, Delbert McClinton, Dwight Yoakam, Eddie Floyd, Little Anthony, Randy Houser, Sammy Hagar, Tanya Tucker, Wynonna, and Zach Williams.

As a surprise to fans, Brown has released the second track from the album, “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay,” a duet with Randy Houser, featured on Spotify’s “New Music Friday Country” Playlist and Apple Music’s “New In Country” Playlist.

“I wanted a duet partner that could sing from their heart and soul for ‘(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay’ and immediately thought of Randy Houser,” shares Brown. “I’ve always been a huge fan of his. We recorded his vocals at his home studio and he nailed it! Give it a listen, and I’m sure you’ll agree that no one could have done it any better.”

“T. has always been one of my favorite soul men!” Houser adds. “There just aren’t many Country Blues men around like that anymore, and he was a big influence on me. I was so proud and thankful to be asked to be a part of this record.”

The first single off the new album, “The Dark End of the Street,” features Country Music Hall of Famer and Grammy Award-winning artist Tanya Tucker. He recently joined Tucker at the grand opening of her bar, Tequila Cantina, in downtown Nashville, where they performed their new single along with their Top 10 hit “Don’t Go Out.”

This year, Brown continues to celebrate career milestones, the latest being his official induction as the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry. When Vince Gill made his induction official, Brown was joined on stage by Opry members Jeannie Seely, The Isaacs, Mark Wills, John Conlee, Don Schlitz, and his wife Sheila.