The ten track collection featured songs from some of Nashville's most well known writers including Skip Ewing and Bob DiPiero. Bryan White co-wrote one track, "You Know How I Feel." His future releases would include even more self-penned material.
"Eugene, You Genius" was the lead single from album, peaking just outside of the Billboard top forty singles chart. The follow-up, "Look At Me Now" reached number twenty-four. Bryan White scored back-to-back chart-topping radio hits with "Someone Else's Star" and "Rebecca Lynn."
Accompanying music videos, national television spots, and features in high-profile publications aided with the album's success. It also propelled respect within the music community, resulting in honors from both the Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music organizations. The album obtained platinum certification, selling over one million copies.
And yes, you can guarantee there are fans who still today hang on to those treasured Bryan White cassettes. During a recent performance at the 2013 CMA Fest, Bryan White mentioned how he loves visiting with fans and seeing their scrapbooks filled with vintage memories.
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