You might want to set down that cup of coffee, I’ve got some big news here. We finally know why DAN + SHAY has a “plus sign” between their names, instead of an ampersand or the word “and.”
Cody Johnson will release ‘Til You Can’t’ to country radio on October 18th. The song is the debut single from his upcoming sophomore major-label release, Human: The Double Album, available on October 8th to stream and purchase on all digital music platforms. Copies are also available now for pre-order on Johnson’s website. To date, Johnson has released nine of the album’s 18 songs in advance of the release.
Carly Pearce’s upcoming album ‘29: Written In Stone’ is set for release today, Friday, September 17. Pearce has now released “Never Wanted To Be That Girl,” a duet with Ashley McBryde, which you can take a listen to – here.
Oklahoma firefighters rescue Reba McEntire and boyfriend Rex Linn after stairwell collapses inside historical building
Reba McEntire and her boyfriend Rex Linn were among seven people rescued by firefighters from a historic site in Oklahoma on Tuesday. TMZ reported that crumbling stairs left the couple stranded on the building’s second floor, and that the building’s “dilapidated stairs” were already set to be replaced before the incident.
Jason Isbell and his band The 400 Unit will release a covers album titled ‘Georgia Blue,’ a 13-track album that includes covers of Georgia natives R.E.M., Cat Power, Otis Redding, The Allman Brothers Band, Vic Chesnutt, James Brown, Gladys Knight & The Pips, The Black Crowes, Indio Girls, and more. Isbell and the 400 Unit are also joined on Georgia Blue by a number of guest collaborators, including Isbell’s wife Amanda Shires, Brandi Carlile, Julien Baker, Béla Fleck, Brittney Spencer, and Adia Victoria. In anticipation of Georgia Blue’s release, Isbell and the 400 Unit have shared their version of R.E.M.’s “Driver 8” featuring John Paul White. Take a listen here.