|Studio album by Tim Rushlow|
|Released||February 20, 2001|
|Recorded||2000 at Starstruck & Malloy Boys Studios, Nashville, TN|
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Tim Rushlow is the solo debut album of American country music artist Tim Rushlow, formerly co-lead vocalist of the country music band Little Texas. Released in February 2001 on Atlantic Records, it is also his only solo album, although he did release another album and two singles in the band Rushlow, as well as two more singles in the duo Rushlow Harris. Tim Rushlow accounted for four singles on the Billboard country singles charts, including "She Misses Him", his only Top 40 country hit. After Atlantic Records shut down, the album was re-released in 2002 on The Scream Recordings Label and retitled Crazy Life after the song of same. An extra track, "As Real as Forever" was included.
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Timothy Ray Rushlow is an American recording artist. Between 1991 and 1997, Rushlow was lead vocalist of country music group Little Texas, which recorded four albums and a Greatest Hits package, in addition to charting more than fifteen singles on the Billboard country singles charts during Rushlow's tenure as lead vocalist.
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Four singles were released from Tim Rushlow: "When You Love Me", "She Misses Him", "Crazy Life", and "Love, Will" (which was re-titled "Love, Will (The Package)" upon release to radio). Of these, "She Misses Him" was the only one to chart in the Top 40 on the Billboard country singles charts, peaking at #8. Several of the tracks on this album were written by Little Texas guitarist Porter Howell. "In the Meantime" was also recorded by its co-writer Sherrié Austin on her 2001 album Followin' a Feelin' , released in March 2001. Austin's version was released as a single in 2002 but failed to chart.
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