Nothin' to Do Round Here (feat. Montgomery Gentry, Ronnie Milsap, Colt Ford, Lee Roy Parnell & Jeffrey Steele) - Single Ira Dean Country Music 2015 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Nothin' to Do Round Here (feat. Montgomery Gentry, Ronnie Milsap, Colt Ford, Lee Roy Parnell & Jeffrey Steele) - Single

Artist: Ira Dean

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2015 Ira Dean

Tracklist For Nothin' to Do Round Here (feat. Montgomery Gentry, Ronnie Milsap, Colt Ford, Lee Roy Parnell & Jeffrey Steele) - Single By Artist Ira Dean

Title Artist Time
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Nothin' to Do Round Here (feat Ira Dean 3:47 USD 0.99

Reviews For Nothin' to Do Round Here (feat. Montgomery Gentry, Ronnie Milsap, Colt Ford, Lee Roy Parnell & Jeffrey Steele) - Single By Artist Ira Dean

  • Awesome.

    5
    By Sharicoke
    It's great to hear Ira Dean's voice again. Love all his friends too. Love the song, very upbeat.
  • AWESOME!!

    5
    By K & L Brown
    This is such a great song from Ira, and his friends. I can't wait to see what comes out next. Ira is such a great performer, and it's great to hear this awesome new song! Keep it up because we are looking forward to what else you have!
  • Nothing To Do Round Here

    5
    By Guitarstraplady
    Ira Dean's choice to add these artists to this incredible song is awesome!
  • Great song!

    5
    By Lorilouwho1
    Such a fun song!! LOVE it!!
  • Wonderful!

    5
    By 80's Rocker
    Yay!! New music from one of the best songwriter/musicians in Nashville!! Great song - wonderful collaboration!! A must for every iTunes library!!
  • Nothin' to do round here

    5
    By Lady Trucker from Oklahoma
    Nothin' but fun and talent round here! I have been fans of the featured artists for a long time, and Ira Dean's drawl is well seasoned and true to the ear.. Ira and his co writer bring country's best, added some talented young guns, and created something worth downloading. If you like gettin" down and funky "in a country sort of way, here is your song.
  • Awesome tune!!

    5
    By Westy1728
    This is gonna be a hit!! Amazing song with legendary artists!! Excited to see what is coming next from this genius!
  • I love it!

    5
    By Lavish_dolly
    Omg!! I just heard it for the first time and I love it!

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