Josh Turner To Release ‘Greatest Hits’ Album In September

Josh Turner will release a collection of his top tracks and fan favorites, Greatest Hits, on September 8.

The album features 11 of Turner’s biggest songs from seven of his studio albums.

The project includes his five No. 1 hits – “Your Man,” certified 4x Platinum by the RIAA; “Would You Go With Me,” certified 3x Platinum by the RIAA; “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” certified double-Platinum by the RIAA; “All Over Me,” certified Gold by the RIAA; and “Hometown Girl,” certified double-Platinum by the RIAA.

The album also includes Turner’s self-penned signature song “Long Black Train,” which has over 315 million streams and is certified Platinum by the RIAA.

“When you start out in this business, you’re never guaranteed longevity,” said Turner. “I’m humbled and thankful that I’m still around making music and that I’ve done well enough for long enough to warrant releasing a Greatest Hits album.”

The Greatest Hits album is available to pre-order at

Turner is currently on the “Long Black Train 20th Anniversary Tour,” in celebration of the 20th anniversary of his hit album, “Long Black Train.”

Greatest Hits Tracklist:

1. Would You Go With Me2. Firecracker3. Hometown Girl4. Long Black Train5. Why Don’t We Just Dance6. All Over Me7. Your Man8. Time Is Love9. I Wouldn’t Be A Man10. Me And God featuring Dr. Ralph Stanley and Marty Roe, Gene Johnson and Dana Williams of Diamond Rio11. I Serve A Savior

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