Before disbanding in 1990, Foster & Lloyd recorded three albums for RCA and charted nine singles, including 1987's 'Crazy Over You,' which peaked at No. 4 on the country charts. After 21 years, the duo -- comprised of singer-songwriter Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd -- have reunited, and written 14 songs for a new album to be released in May titled, 'It's Already Tomorrow.'

Since going their separate ways in 1990, Foster & Lloyd have pursued their own solo careers. Radney has recorded six studio albums, charting several singles, including his 1992 debut, 'Just Call Me Lonesome,' and 1993's No. 2 hit, 'Nobody Wins.' Over the years since, he has continued to record his own solo projects and write songs for other artists. Bill has continued to work as a session guitar player.

Having remained friends and continuing to write together over the years, the two reunited to perform together for the first time in 20 years for a recent Americana Music Association fundraiser. The show sold out in 15 minutes.

"It was so much fun getting back together onstage, and we realized that the new songs we had written together still had that magic," says Radney. "We decided to start getting together once a month to write. Soon the songs were pouring out, and we knew we needed to get back in the studio."

To view a slideshow featuring clips from three songs from the soon-to-be-released album, click here.