Buzz Cason recently released his 12th studio album, 'Troubadour Heart.'

Over the last six decades, Cason has become a Nashville institution with his work in country music, Americana, rockabilly and rock 'n' roll. He is a member of the Rockabilly Hall of Fame, as well as a nominee for the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Cason has spent time on all sides of the industry as a writer, vocalist and producer. In 1970, he founded Creative Workshop, a two-studio recording site that has hosted Dolly Parton, Merle Haggard, the Judds, the Doobie Brothers and Emmylou Harris.

'Troubadour Heart,' released by Plowboy Records, is Cason's fifth Americana/roots album, featuring collaborations with '60s soul writer Dan Penn; Anthony Crawford, who has worked with Kenny Rogers, Neil Young and Dwight Yoakam; and saxophonist Bobby Keys.

You can see more information about Cason and 'Troubadour Heart' in a short documentary video. The album is available on iTunes and Amazon.

Buzz Cason, 'Troubadour Heart' Track Listing:

1. 'Troubadour Heart'
2. 'Midnight Sun'
3. 'When I Get to California'
4. 'Flagship Down'
5. 'The Waiting'
6. 'Goin' Back to Alabama' (feat. Dan Penn)
7. 'That's What I Love About the South'
8. 'Something I Can Dance To'
9. 'The Call'
10. ' Pretend'
11. 'Private Insanity'
12. 'Cowboys and Indians'
13. 'Pacific Blue'