His new music production in that time: one single called “There’s a Girl.”
Well, Trent has announced a unique way to get new music in the hands of his fans without an album release.
He’s planning a private online event release party on Nov. 30 from 8 to 10 p.m.
Those who fork over $100 to participate will hear all original music and the stories behind the songs, Trent said when announcing the event Monday evening.
They’ll also get a link so they can watch the video as often as they want. And they’ll get a link to download the new music after the show. Plus a bundle pack of goodies including a t-shirt exclusive to those who “attend” the private event.
Trent’s debut album is apparently stuck in Big Machine Records limbo because the label he was originally signed to has folded.
So while he “turned in” his album way back in May, no one’s sure when it’s going to be released.
That’s what prompted this approach.
“A few nights back it hit me: It has been long enough,” Trent said. “Each of you have supported me, flown all over the U.S. to see me, voted for me and have been very patient waiting for my music. Well, the wait is over.”
You can head here for more information on the event.
The private show is limited to just 100 tickets, but as of 2 a.m. eastern time, spots were still available.