Beyond duets with Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Patty Loveless, "Nashville" finds Burke trying his hand at Bruce Springsteen's "Ain't Got You," Don Williams' "Atta Way To Go" and Jim Lauderdale's "

Solomon Burke's upcoming album of country music has been appropriately christened "Nashville." As previously reported, the 14-track project is due Sept. 26 via Shout! Factory and was recorded with producer Buddy Miller at his Nashville studio.

Beyond previously announced duets with Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Patty Loveless, "Nashville" finds Burke trying his hand at Bruce Springsteen's "Ain't Got You," Don Williams' "Atta Way To Go" and Jim Lauderdale's "Seems Like You're Gonna Take Me Back."

Burke and Parton team up for her "Tomorrow Is Forever," while the soul legend pairs with Harris on George Jones' "We're Gonna Hold On" and Loveless on "You're the Kind of Trouble."

"I feel like I've been at the university of country music," Burke told Billboard.com in April. "I'm just so proud and so grateful for what we've done here and all the guests helping out have been so good to me. This is the most exciting thing I've done in the 51-year history of my career."