After 7 Years, "Young For A Long Time" is HERE!

  Young For A Long Time

The long-awaited brand new album from country rock superstars Little Texas, their first since 2007’s Missing Years!

Since their debut album in 1992, Little Texas has sold over 7 million albums, earned 3 Grammy nominations, won a CMA Album Of The Year award and earned the title “The Hardest Working Band In Country” by playing over 300 shows a year!

On 11 all new compositions, these veteran rockers celebrate the joys and triumphs of kicking ass in the latter years of life and offers listeners a window in to the real lives of the band that has truly been “Young For A Long Time!”

Order or Download your copy of "Young For A Long Time" today!
  1. 1 Young For A Long Time 01:07
  2. 2 Can't Get In A Hurry Here 00:40
  3. 3 Why I Brought My Boots 01:01
  4. 4 Slow Ride Home 01:25
  5. 5 Rednecks Do Exist 00:34
  6. 6 Kings Of This Town 00:45
  7. 7 Yeah Yeah Yeah 00:35
  8. 8 Take This Walk With Me 01:00
  9. 9 Nothin' You Can Do 01:01
  10. 10 How Many Chances 01:30
  11. 11 This Hot in Texas 00:44
  12. 12 What Might Have Been 01:04
  13. 13 God Blessed Texas 00:33

The following albums are available through Little Texas's Trendshop powered by Conquer Entertainment & SHOP.COM

The Very Best of Little Texas: Live & Loud

by Little Texas

The Very Best of Little Texas: Live and Loud is a live album, released in 2007 and it is our first live album! It includes live renditions of Amy's Back in Austin, a medley of Some Guys Have All The Love / My Love/ First Time For Everything, Kick A Little, What Might Have Been, and God Blessed Texas.

Missing Years

by Little Texas

Missing Years is the title of a studio album by the American country music band Little Texas. Released in 2007 on Montage Music Group, it is the band's first studio album for that label, and its first studio album since 1997's Little Texas.

Little Texas (Self Titled)

by Little Texas

Little Texas is a self-titled album released in 1997 by the country music group Little Texas. It was their last album for Warner Bros. Records. "Bad for Us", "Your Mama Won't Let Me" and "The Call" were all released from this album.

Little Texas Greatest Hits

by Little Texas

Little Texas released its first greatest hits package via Warner Bros. Records in 1995. It is composed of nine tracks from their first three studio albums (1991's First Time for Everything, 1992's Big Time, and 1994's Kick a Little), as well as the newly recorded tracks "Life Goes On" and "Country Crazy"; released as singles in 1995, these songs reached #5 and #44, respectively, on the Hot Country Songs charts. Also included is the band's rendition of the Eagles hit "Peaceful Easy Feeling", which was previously included on 1993's Common Thread: The Songs of the Eagles.

Kick A Little

by Little Texas

Kick a Little is the third studio album released by country music band Little Texas. Released in 1994 on Warner Bros. Records, it was certified platinum by the RIAA for sales of one million copies. Three singles were released from this album: the title track, "Amy's Back in Austin" and "Southern Grace"; respectively, these reached #5, #4, and #27 on the Hot Country Songs charts.

Big Time

by Little Texas

Big Time is the second studio album released by country music band Little Texas. Released in 1993 on Warner Bros. Records, it produced the singles "What Might Have Been", "God Blessed Texas", "My Love", and "Stop on a Dime". Respectively, these peaked at numbers 2, 4, 1, and 14 on the Hot Country Songs charts. "What Might Have Been" was also a crossover hit, reaching 16 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks charts.

The album is also the band's highest certified album, having been certified 2× Platinum by the RIAA.

First Time For Everything

by Little Texas

The album was certified gold by the RIAA for sales of 500,000 copies. Five singles were released from it: “Some Guys Have All the Love” which reached a peak of No. 8 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts. , the title track, “You and Forever and Me”, “What Were You Thinkin'”, and “I’d Rather Miss You”. Respectively, these reached #8, #13, #5, #17 and #16 on the Hot Country Songs charts. Highlights are “What Were You Thinkin” but “Some Guys Have All The Love” is also tops. I can’t forget to mention “Down In The Valley”, title cut, “You And Forever And Me”, And “I’d Rather Miss You” are also so good that this album seems more like a “Greatest Hits” album then their first studio album.

Thanks for voting!

What is your favorite Little Texas Album?

First Time For Everything - 1991 34
Big Time - 1993 39
Kick A Little - 1994 41
Little Texas Greatest Hits - 1995 44
Little Texas (Self Titled) - 1997 6
Missing Years - 2007 4
Little Texas Live & Loud - 2007 9
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