Julie Roberts is getting ready to launch a new album, her first for the legendary Sun Records. Now she's letting fans hear a track early with this exclusive song premiere.

With the release of 'Good Wine & Bad Decisions,' Roberts will become the first artist to release new music on Sun Records in nearly 30 years. The label launched the careers of Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins, among others.

'He Made a Woman Out of Me' is a Bobby Gentry classic.

"This song is a special addition to my album because it is from the Sun Records catalog!" Roberts says. "When I signed on with Sun, I had the idea that I'd love to record a song from their catalog. John Singleton (President of Sun Records) played me 'He Made A Woman Out of Me,' and I absolutely loved it! I definitely thank him for this song!"

She adds, "I love the story it tells, the groove of it, the strings, and the amazing background vocalists (Ruby Amanfu, Annie Beaty, Rachael Lampa). It was fun to record and will be fun to play out in my shows!"

'Good Wine & Bad Decisions' is slated for release on Oct. 29.

Listen to Julie Roberts, 'He Made a Woman Out of Me'