This is one of my favorite things about satellite radio- getting to hear every track off new CD's before they're released. All Country channels do a great job promoting new country music, The Pulse does a decent job with new pop music. But I don't understand why mainstream rock channels don't- Classic Vinyl & Rewind, Boneyard, Hair Nation, Lithium & Deep Tracks have a lot of their featured artists putting out new music, but they just don't put much effort into playing it or promoting it. With brand new CD's from Van Halen, Aerosmith & ZZ top on the way, will we hear it on SXM? Here For A Good Time with George Strait Last replay Today 3:00 pm ET Listen to The Highwayâ€™s exclusive premier of George Straitâ€™s new album, Here For A Good Time. Storme Warren sat down with King George himself to discuss his new album, the secrets to a successful marriage and becoming a grandpa! (1 hr) 1. Love's Gonna Make It Alright 2. Drinkin' Man 3. Shame On Me 4. Poison 5. Here For A Good Time 6. House Across The Bay 7. Lone Star Blues 8. A Showman's Life 9. Three Nails And A Cross 10. Blue Marlin Blues 11. I'll Always Remember You CD REVIEW From Today's Country Magazine The King of country music needs no introduction to anyone that has turned on a radio in the past 30 or so years. George Strait has released 89 singles, with an impressive 57 of them finding the #1 spot in his illustrious career and with the release of his brand new single and forthcoming albumâ€™s title track â€œHere For A Good Timeâ€ he is quickly finding his way up the charts again. So what more can Strait do in his career that will top what he has already done? Well, with this release, his 39th studio album, you will find something interesting in the liner notes as you will see that King George played co-writer on 7 of the albumâ€™s 11 tracks, rarely something you see from him. By recording once again in Key West with longtime producer Tony Brown, Strait has a feel good, toe-tapping touch to songs like â€œBlue Marlin Blues,â€ but more often than not relies on his Texas dancehall roots and ability to deliver a heart tugging ballad to pull you through this album. He gets your boots two-stepping around the dusty honky-tonks with songs like â€œLonestar Bluesâ€ and waltzing with â€œShame On Me,â€ but it is the ballad that keeps you listening. Songs like â€œHouse Across The Bayâ€ pull at anyone that has played the game of love and lost leaving nothing but a memory to dwell on and songs like â€œI Will Always Remember Youâ€ and â€œA Showmanâ€™s Lifeâ€ offer a glimpse into Straitâ€™s thoughts on the entertainers lifestyle he has lived. This album is a perfect combination of what Strait has done best throughout the years offering longtime fans what theyâ€™ve come to expect from him, but by writing a majority of the songs on the album, for the first time Strait gives you a piece of him as well.