Brandi Carlile has announced her upcoming 2022 tour dates, taking to Twitter saying, “Hey friends! Don’t miss us on our ‘Beyond These Silent Days’ Tour! I NEED to be with my people again and absolutely throw down with y’all. Sign up for the BC newsletter before 5pm PST Tues. to receive a pre-sale code, which gives you FIRST ACCESS to tickets! Link in bio!”
Scotty McCreery will be hitting the road next year for his headlining ‘Same Truck’ tour. The American Idol alum will be touring across the United States in fifteen cities in support of his fifth studio album, ‘Same Truck.’ Serving as support at select dates will include Tenille Arts, Callista Clark, or Kameron Marlowe. King Calaway will serve as the opening act.
CMC Rocks will be returning for it’s 15th anniversary in September 2022, and have announced its line-up including country stars Kane Brown, Brad Paisley and Morgan Evans. The full lineup is set to be announced in early 2022.
Eric Church has released the music video for his latest single, “Heart On Fire.” The nostalgic clip pieces together Church’s music videos from his entire catalog, ranging from his 2006 debut release, “How ‘Bout You,” to the current day. The video concludes with a brand new “Heart On Fire” performance clip alongside his backing vocalist, Joanna Cotten.
Mitchell Tenpenny’s upcoming Naughty List, an 11-song Christmas album, will be available October 29th. Naughty List will include all seven songs on Mitchell’s Neon Christmas EP released in 2020, as well as four additional tracks – including two originals co-written by Mitchell, “Don’t Hang The Mistletoe” and “I Hope It Snows.”