Tim McGraw will release "Let It Go," his first studio album in three years, on March 27 via Curb. The set, the follow-up to 2004's "Live Like You Were Dying," will feature a pair of duets with wife Fa

Tim McGraw will release "Let It Go," his first studio album in three years, on March 27 via Curb. The set, the follow-up to 2004's "Live Like You Were Dying," will feature a pair of duets with wife Faith Hill: "Shotgun Rider" and "I Need You."

"Let It Go" was co-produced by McGraw, longtime collaborator Byron Gallimore and Darran Smith. McGraw is backed by his touring band, the Dancehall Doctors, marking the group's third appearance on his recordings.

Another country star, Big Kenny of Big & Rich, penned the album's first single, "Last Dollar." As previously reported, the video for that song premiered after the stroke of midnight Jan. 1 on CMT.

McGraw is preparing to embark on the four-day Country Cruise Getaway, which sets off Jan. 28 from Port Everglades, Fla. Other performers include Chris Cagle, Jamie O'Neal, Neal McCoy, Heartland and comedian Bill Engvall.

Here is the track list for "Let It Go":

"Last Dollar"
"I'm Workin'"
"Let It Go"
"Whiskey and You"
"Suspicions"
"Kristofferson"
"Put Your Loving On Me"
"Nothin' to Die For"
"Between The River and Me"
"Train #10"
"I Need You"
"Comin' Home"
"Shotgun Rider"

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