"Would You Go with Me" was the second single released from Your Man.Like the album's title track, "Would You Go with Me" also reached the top of the country singles charts, holding that position for two weeks; it also reached No. Turner also performed it on the CMA Awards in November 2006.That same month, featurette on CMT Insider showed Turner in the studio working on the album.
While neither "Backwoods Boy" nor "She'll Go on You" were successful (the latter peaking at No.
46 on the country charts), "Long Black Train" spent more than forty weeks on the Billboard country charts, reaching a peak of No. The third single, "What It Ain't", was less successful, reaching No. In early 2006, Turner released his second album, Your Man.
It was followed by Punching Bag (2012), whose lead-off single "Time Is Love" was the biggest country hit of 2012 according to Billboard Year-End.
Growing up in the church, he founded a gospel quartet called Thankful Hearts, where he sang bass, in addition to singing the bass and baritone parts in choirs.
The album's first single and title track, "Your Man", was written by Jace Everett, Chris Du Bois and Chris Stapleton and released in late 2005.
"Your Man" also climbed the charts slowly, eventually reaching No. Your Man was certified Gold by the RIAA four weeks after its release, and went Platinum six months later.
Prior to its release, Turner had released 7" vinyl singles of "She'll Go on You" and "Long Black Train".
Both singles featured Long Black Train album track "Backwoods Boy" as a B-side.
If there's one song Josh Turner is excited about on his new record, Deep South, it's the title track.
Turner tells Taste of Country the story behind the song that reflects his life experiences growing up in the deep South.
21, 2001 during his debut on the Grand Ole Opry, when he debuted a song he wrote titled "Long Black Train".