Lonestar is one of the best bands in the country music scene. They have placed numerous top-charting singles on the country charts. On the other hand, they set a total of nine number one singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. “I’m Already There” is one of the nine singles besides “No News,” “Come Cryin’ to Me,” “Amazed,” “Smile,” “What About Now,” “Tell Her,” “My Front Porch Looking In,” and “Mr. Mom.”
“I’m Already There” was inspired by Richie McDonald’s son. Richie McDonald is one of the songwriters of the song. According to McDonald, they were away for six weeks when he called his son. His son asked him when he will come home. Then, the song was created.
Furthermore, “I’m Already There” was adopted by military men and women serving overseas and their families after the 9/11. A song that defines coming home and hope. Lonestar re-released the song in 2003 with full messages from military families.
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Richie McDonald, Gary Baker, and Frank J. Myers wrote the words and lyrics of “I’m Already There.” The song was released in March 2001 from the album of the same name. It became Lonestar’s seventh number one single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
The band is composed of Richie McDonald, Michael Britt, Dean Sams, and Keech Rainwater. Lonestar was formed in 1992. Their group has charted more than twenty singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Also, they have a total of nine number singles on the chart. Their most successful single was “Amazed” which placed at number one on Billboard hot 100.
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