Bruce Robison’s Prospects Sunny

After two albums on the Sony-owned Lucky Dog label, Bruce Robison will release his next CD himself. Titled Country Sunshine, the set is due Sept. 4 on his Boar’s Nest Records. Lee Ann Womack recorded Robison’s “Lonely Too” for her CD, I Hope You Dance. Tim McGraw’s current single, “Angry All the Time,” comes from Robison. Songs on the new album include compositions co-written by Robison with Allison Moorer, Martie Seidel of the Dixie Chicks and Robison’s wife, Kelly Willis. Tracks include “What Would Willie Do?” and “Friendless Marriage” (the Willis co-write). Robison recorded the album at Jack Clements’ studio in Nashville. Among the players are drummer Kenny Malone and guitarist Dan Dugmore. Robison and Willis appear Saturday (Aug. 11) at the Birchmere in Alexandria, Va. 08/10/01