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Here is Morgan Wallen’s Brand New Song, “You Proof”

Morgan Wallen’s new song, “You Proof” is out now, May 13th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new song below.

In honor of his own birthday, Morgan Wallen decided to thank his fans with a gift! The singer-songwriter followed his release of “Thought You Should Know” with another fan-favorite, “You Proof.” After teasing the track several months ago, fans have been begging Wallen to release the song, and he finally obliged.

The country song is all about drinking away the memory of a past love. An all too familiar feeling, the singer taps into the emotions anyone who has ever dealt with heartbreak could understand. Although Wallen does not condone drinking away your feelings, it is safe to say he knows how it feels to deal with heartbreak. His vocals soar on “You Proof,” another example of the singer’s one-of-a-kind talent.

“I need something you proof, something stronger than I’m used to // I’ve been pouring 90 to 100 // feelin’ like nothing’s gonna cut it // that’s the hard truth // I need something you proof, aw, I need something you proof”

This is truly the year for Wallen. He continues to give his fans everything with both his live performances and his music. Only time will tell to see how much more the megastar accomplishes in his young career!

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“You Proof” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Morgan Wallen Drops New Song for His Mom, “Thought You Should Know”

Morgan Wallen’s new song, “Thought You Should Know” is out now, May 6th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new song below.

Morgan Wallen is proving that 2022 belongs to him. Between his sold-out tour and record-breaking album, the singer-songwriter continues to give fans what they want. Today, in honor of his mother, Wallen finally releases his previously teased song, “Thought You Should Know.”

Almost a year ago, the singer shared the song for the first time with fans. Inspired by the relationship with is mother, “Thought You Should Know” is one of Wallen’s most personal songs to date. He showcases the human side of fame on this track, sharing with fans the raw and real side of his life.

“What’s going on mama // Something just dawned on ya // I ain’t been home in some months // Been chasing some songs and women // Making some bad decisions // God knows I’m drinking too much // Yeah I know you’ve been worrying about me // You’ve been losing sleep since 93’ // I thought you should know that all those prayers you thought you wasted on me // Must of finally made their way on through”

We predicted that this song will become a hit with fans, and we have a sneaky suspicion that we are about to be proven right! For anyone who owes a hint of gratitude to their mothers or motherly figures, this song is for you.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Morgan Wallen releases.

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“Thought You Should Know” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Morgan Wallen Releases New Song “Don’t Think Jesus”

Morgan Wallen releases his brand new song, “Don’t Think Jesus” out now, April 15th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new song below.

Morgan Wallen is proving to be one of the biggest acts in country music right now. As he hits city after city on his sold-out tour, Wallen continues to give fans what they want: more music. Today, he released his highly anticipated new song, “Don’t Think Jesus.”

In typical Wallen fashion, the entertainer shared the unreleased version of this song on social media. Although the singer writes many of his songs, this song was written for him by some of his songwriter friends. Co-written by Chase McGill, Jessi Alexander and Mark Holman, the track brought out so much emotion in the singer upon listening.

“If I was him I’d say, ‘To hell with you, ain’t no helping you’ // Find someone else to give // Heaven to I’m telling you // I’d shame me, I blame me // I’d make me pay for my mistakes // Oh, but I don’t think Jesus does it that way”

The song portrays a man trying to make sense of the demons in his life, and turning to Jesus as a moral compass. We hope “Don’t Think Jesus” is the start of more and more new music from Wallen. It seems his career just keeps getting bigger and bigger with every release.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Morgan Wallen releases.

To keep up with Morgan Wallen, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“Don’t Think Jesus” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Morgan Wallen Set To Release New Song “Don’t Think Jesus”

After teasing the track back in October 2021, Morgan Wallen surprised fans with a post on TikTok revealing that the previously unreleased song, “Don’t Think Jesus” would officially be released on Friday, April 15th.

Wallen first previewed the song on Instagram, sharing that the tune was written by his friends (Chase McGill, Jessi Alexander, and Mark Holman) with him in mind. Admitting the song brought him to tears on first listen, Wallen went on to perform his own acoustic version of the song.

“Don’t Think Jesus” is relatable and comparable to Wallen’s own journey thus far. The ballad has a pure traditional country sound paired with Wallen’s unique vocals making it an instant fan-favorite.

Check back on Friday, April 15th for the official release of the brand new song, “Don’t Think Jesus”.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Morgan Wallen announcements and releases.

To keep up with Morgan Wallen, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

For the latest releases in country music, check out our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Ernest: ‘Flower Shops (The Album)’ – Album Review

Ernest’s full-length album, Flower Shops (The Album) is out now, March 11th on all streaming platforms. Listen to the new album below.

One of Big Loud’s biggest songwriters, Ernest Keith Smith (known professionally as ERNEST) has penned number-one hits for artists such as Florida Georgia Line, Chris Lane, Morgan Wallen, Sam Hunt, and Kane Brown but now is working on his career as a singer and performer. Since signing with Big Loud in 2019, ERNEST has released a nine-track album called Locals Only and a few singles including “American Rust,” but has predominantly focused his craft on songwriting. Following the success of his collaboration with Wallen, “Flower Shops,” which skyrocketed to #1 on iTunes, Apple Music Country, and Spotify Country upon its release and currently sits in the top-25 on country radio, he decided to turn it into a full album. 

“It’s a very good feeling to have this body of work ready to share with the world,” he said in a recent press release. “It feels like there’s a shift happening in country music and the people want to hear more honesty in songs, and with honesty comes pain – sometimes we need to feel that too. I hope this project provides a little sepia tone world for the listener to escape to and go on a journey of their own…feeling everything from love to lost.”

Like he said, the major themes on this record are love and heartbreak. It tells the story of a relationship that almost wasn’t in a much more country-sounding manner than he is used to, sprinkling steel guitar all over this album. It was entirely co-written by ERNEST, with collaborators from other major Nashville-writers Ashley Gorley, The Warren Brothers, Rodney Clawson, Mark Holman, Ryan Vojtesak, and label-mates Ben Burgess and Lily Rose. 

While most of the tracks are slow or mid-tempo, it starts with the upbeat, very descriptive “Sucker For Small Towns.” ERNEST sings about how this girl persuaded him to get into a relationship by showing him all around her two-lane town. Its catchy lyrics like “fool for a full moon, you sure set the right mood” make it fun for listeners to sing along to. The other upbeat track, “Did It With You,” sounds like the follow-up to the former. ERNEST mentions how much he misses this girl and how driving down these roads feels much different without her next to him in the shotgun seat. 

“If You Were Whiskey” is a much more melancholy break-up song. While drinking at a bar, he realizes that if his ex was more like Jack Daniels, he’d be a much happier man.

“But if you were whiskey, it looks like I’d still have you right here with me // and I’d be getting a different kind of tipsy, instead of sitting here sipping number seven all night long // But if you were whiskey, I’d still be holding you and we’d still be going strong”

Love and gratitude is expressed in the next three tracks. “Tennessee Queen” tells the classic story of not having a lot, but having all you need. ERNEST makes a lot of Elvis Presley references in the song including mentions of “Graceland” “Blue Suede Shoes,” “All Shook Up,” “Hunk of Burning Love,” “Love Me Tender” and “feeling like a King.” ERNEST mixes in his R&B influence in “Classic”—a tune about staying in with a girl and a record player instead of hitting the town. “Comfortable When I’m Crazy” is his most vulnerable track on the project. He addresses a former alcohol and drug addiction, describing it as having “neon demons.” It was the only way he felt comfortable with himself until his met the person who changed his entire perspective on life.

“It’s always lonely after midnight, getting what I want not what I need // I’m only comfortable when I’m crazy // Girl, look what you made me do to me”

“Feet Wanna Run” portrays the life of a touring artist—constantly conflicted between staying home with the ones you love or hitting the road and chasing your dream. 

ERNEST shies away from the simple acoustic production towards the end of the record on “What It’s Comes To” and “Some Other Bar.” In the latter, the man in the song meets someone that really piques his interest, however, he does not hear back from her after they say their goodbyes. This gets him wishing on stars hoping that he will see her at some other bar. The eleventh and final track is an acoustic version of “Flower Shops.”

ERNEST will perform his new set to a hometown crowd at back-to-back sold-out shows headlining Nashville’s famed Exit/In on March 21 and 22. Until then, he will remain on the road supporting Chris Lane’s FILL THEM BOOTS tour with Lily Rose including a stop at New York City’s Irving Plaza this Sunday, March 13th. For tickets, head to his website.

Flower Shops (The Album) Tracklist:

  1. “Sucker for Small Towns” (Ernest Keith Smith, Jacob Durrett, Ashley Gorley)
  2.  “Tennessee Queen” (Ernest Keith Smith, Dan Isbell, Jordan Schmidt)
  3. “Classic” (Ernest Keith Smith, Jacob Durrett)
  4. “Feet Wanna Run” (Ernest Keith Smith, Chris LaCorte, Brad Warren, Brett Warren)
  5. “Comfortable When I’m Crazy” (Ernest Keith Smith, Rodney Clawson)
  6. “Flower Shops” feat. Morgan Wallen (Ernest Keith Smith, Ben Burgess, Mark Holman)
  7. “Did It With You” (Ernest Keith Smith, Rodney Clawson, Nathan Spicer)
  8. “What It’s Come To” (Ernest Keith Smith, Lily Rose, Ryan Vojtesak)
  9. “If You Were Whiskey” (Ernest Keith Smith, Michael Carter, Ben Hayslip)
  10. “Some Other Bar” (Ernest Keith Smith, Ashley Gorley, Ryan Vojtesak)
  11. “Flower Shops” (feat. Morgan Wallen) [Acoustic] (Ernest Keith Smith, Ben Burgess, Mark Holman)
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Ernest’s album ‘Flower Shops (The Album)’ is officially out now!

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Ernest announcements and releases.

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Flower Shops (The Album) is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

2022 ACM Awards: The Complete Recap – Winners, Performances & More

Check out the full recap of the 2022 ACM Awards, complete with all of the winners, performances, and more special moments from the show.

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The Academy of Country Music Awards had a fresh new look this year. The normally three-hour event that has exclusively aired on CBS for the past 23 years found a new home on Amazon Prime. The show was an hour shorter, had no commercials, and had a whole lot more entertainment. Country music icon, Dolly Parton hosted the event from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas with the reigning New Male and Female Artists of the Year, Jimmie Allen and Gabby Barrett. Miranda Lambert was the big winner, taking home the prestigious Entertainer of the Year award. Keep reading below for more winners and special performances from the exciting night.

Allen and Barrett, who were both up for Male and Female Artist of the Year kicked off the show; Allen covered Elvis Presley’s “Viva Las Vegas” and Barrett sang Faith Hill’s “Let’s Go to Vegas.” After Eric Church performed a medley of songs over his 16-year career, New Artist of the Year nominee, Walker Hayes sang his new single “AA” as well as his viral smash hit “Fancy Like” as he danced around the entire stadium high-fiving fans and other artists.

The first two awards of the night were presented to Brothers Osborne for Duo of the Year, and Old Dominion for Group of the Year. It was Brothers Osborne’s third and Old Dominion’s fifth straight win for the respective categories. Maren Morris followed this with a performance of her new song, “Circles Around This Town.”

Lainey Wilson came out on top in the stacked Song of the Year category with her number one hit “Things a Man Oughta Know.” Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood won for Single of the Year for their chart-topper, “If I Didn’t Love You.” Viewers got to see both of these songs live later in the show. Wilson also won the New Female Artist of the Year as well. Next up, two Female Artist of the Year nominees, Ashley McBryde and Carly Pearce took the stage for “Never Wanted Be That Girl”, a standout performance. This collaboration took home the award for Music Event of Year.

Two of the most memorable performances of the show included Thomas Rhett who performed his current single “Slow Down Summer” as fireworks shot off behind him during the final chorus, resembling a scene from Sleeping Beauty’s Castle in Magic Kingdom. Right after, Kelsea Ballerini joined Dolly Parton on stage for a collaboration of Parton’s new song, “Big Dreams and Faded Dreams” from her new “Run, Rose, Run” album. 

One of the biggest surprise wins of the night was Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous winning the award for Album of the Year. Statistically, it makes a lot of sense, given it was the best-selling album across all genres in 2021 with 3.2 million units sold. Wallen humbly thanked his team, fans, and industry for showing him grace over the past year and dedicated the win to his son.

This was followed by 35-straight minutes of performances by artists such as Gabby Barrett, Parker McCollum, Lainey Wilson, Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood, Kane Brown, Luke Bryan and Jordan Davis. Our favorite performances in this batch included Brother Osborne who gave an exciting performance of their song “Skeletons,” where their glasses, hats, guitars, and matching black and white jumpsuits lit the room neon as the lights went down. Breland had Thomas Rhett and a Baptist choir join him on stage for his fun, new song “Praise the Lord.”

After Lady A performed “What a Song Can Do,” the Male and Female Artist of the Year were awarded to Chris Stapleton and Carly Pearce. Pearce and Stapleton also won this award at last year’s CMAs as well. Top-nominated artist, Chris Young performed two songs after these awards, “Raised On Country” and his collaboration with Mitchell Tenpenny, “At The End of A Bar.”

The show concluded with the announcement of the most prestigious owner of the night, Entertainer of the Year. Miranda Lambert took home the award and although she leads the pack with 29 total ACM awards throughout her career, she has never won the Entertainer of the Year. She is currently in London on tour, but she graciously accepted her award remotely.

Other awards not aired included New Male Artist of the Year to Parker McCollum, Video of the Year to Lambert and Elle King for “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home),” and Songwriter of the Year to Michael Hardy. Other performers include Chris Stapleton, Jimmie Allen, Parmalee with Blanco Brown and Brooke Eden, Brittney Spencer, and Kelly Clarkson. The pre-show included performances by Tenille Townes and Kat & Alex.

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Here Are The 2022 ACM Awards Winners (Full List)

Here is the full list of 2022 winners of The ACM Awards…

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2022 ACM AWARDS WINNERS:

ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR:
Eric Church
Luke Combs
Miranda Lambert – *** WINNER
Chris Stapleton
Carrie Underwood

 

FEMALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR:
Gabby Barrett
Miranda Lambert
Ashley McBryde
Maren Morris
Carly Pearce – *** WINNER

 

MALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR:
Jimmie Allen
Luke Combs
Thomas Rhett
Chris Stapleton – *** WINNER
Morgan Wallen

 

DUO OF THE YEAR:
Brooks & Dunn
Brothers Osborne – *** WINNER
Dan + Shay
LoCash
Maddie & Tae

 

GROUP OF THE YEAR:
Lady A
Little Big Town
Midland
Old Dominion – *** WINNER
The Cadillac Three

 

NEW FEMALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR:
Tenille Arts
Priscilla Block
Lily Rose
Caitlyn Smith
Lainey Wilson – *** WINNER

 

NEW MALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR:
HARDY
Walker Hayes
Ryan Hurd
Parker McCollum – *** WINNER
Elvie Shane

 

SINGLE OF THE YEAR [Awarded to Artist(s)/Producer(s)/Record Company–Label(s)]:
“Buy Dirt,” Jordan Davis featuring Luke Bryan
“Famous Friends,” Chris Young and Kane Brown
“Fancy Like,” Walker Hayes
“If I Didn’t Love You,” Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood – *** WINNER
“You Should Probably Leave,” Chris Stapleton

 

SONG OF THE YEAR
*Awarded to Songwriter(s)/Publisher(s)/Artist(s):

“7 Summers,” Morgan Wallen (Morgan Wallen, Josh Osborne, Shane McAnally)
“Buy Dirt,” Jordan Davis featuring Luke Bryan (Jordan Davis, Jacob Davis, Josh Jenkins, Matt Jenkins)
“Fancy Like,” Walker Hayes (Cameron Bartolini, Josh Jenkins, Shane Stevens, Walker Hayes)
“Knowing You,” Kenny Chesney (Adam James, Brett James, Kat Higgins)
“Things a Man Oughta Know,” Lainey Wilson (Jason Nix, Jonathan Singleton, Lainey Wilson) – *** WINNER

 

ALBUM OF THE YEAR
*Awarded to Artist(s)/Producer(s)/Record Company–Label(s):

29: Written in Stone, Carly Pearce
Country Again: Side A, Thomas Rhett
Dangerous: The Double Album, Morgan Wallen – *** WINNER
Famous Friends, Chris Young
The Marfa Tapes, Jack Ingram, Miranda Lambert, Jon Randall

 

VIDEO OF THE YEAR
“Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home),” Elle King and Miranda Lambert – *** WINNER

“Famous Friends,” Chris Young and Kane Brown
“I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version),” Taylor Swift featuring Chris Stapleton
“If I Didn’t Love You,” Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood
“Never Wanted to Be That Girl,” Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde

 

SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR
Jesse Frasure
Nicolle Galyon
Ashley Gorley
Michael Hardy – *** WINNER
Josh Osborne

 

MUSIC EVENT OF THE YEAR
“Buy Dirt,” Jordan Davis featuring Luke Bryan
“Famous Friends,” Chris Young and Kane Brown
“Half of My Hometown,” Kelsea Ballerini featuring Kenny Chesney
“If I Didn’t Love You,” Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood
“Never Wanted to Be That Girl,” Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde – *** WINNER

 

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Morgan Wallen Scores 5th Number One Single with “Sand In My Boots”

Upon returning to radio, Morgan Wallen scores his fifth number one single with his fan-favorite song “Sand In My Boots.”

Country music sensation, Morgan Wallen is finally celebrating the success of his record Dangerous: The Double Album. After two sold out nights at Madison Square Garden in New York City to kick off his headlining tour, Wallen fans can rejoice yet again. “Sand In My Boots” is officially the number one song at country radio.

The single became an instant hit with fans. Wallen even opens his show with the heartbreaking love song. See video belw. “Sand In My Boots” is a slow groove that puts Wallen’s authentic vocals on full display. Fans already know every word to the incredible tune!

“Yeah, but now I’m dodging potholes in my sunburnt Silverado // Like a heart-broke Desperado, headed right back to my roots // Somethin’ bout the way she kissed me tells me she’d love Eastern Tennessee // Yeah, but all I brought back with me was some sand in my boots”

Morgan Wallen is a bonafide superstar. It is almost hard to believe that “Sand In My Boots” is only his fifth number one song. We will be interested to see what song makes its way to country radio next. Congrats to Wallen and his team on another success! Take a look at the video below as Wallen took to social media to thank his fans and country radio for the number one.

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Morgan Wallen kicks off 'The Dangerous Tour' at Madison Square Garden // Photo Credit: John Shearer

*Cover Photo// Morgan Wallen kicks off ‘The Dangerous Tour’ at Madison Square Garden // Photo Credit: John Shearer

“Sand In My Boots” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

WATCH: Morgan Wallen Had NYC Fans Ready to Do “Country A$$ Shit”

During Morgan Wallen’s The Dangerous Tour, the superstar had fans on their feet with his rowdy song, “Country A$$ Shit”. Watch the video below…

Launching on February 9th, Morgan Wallen’s The Dangerous Tour kicked off with two SOLD OUT Nights at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. With epic sets from opening act, Larry Fleet, and direct support from HARDY, the show from beginning to end did not disappoint.

Standout moments of the show included:

  • An entrance from Morgan Wallen that had fans cheering at a decibel level averaging 30dBs louder than the average game at the arena… [WATCH HERE]
  • HARDY welcomed Lindsay Ell for his number one song “ONE BEER” during his opening set (WATCH HERE)
  • Morgan Wallen surprised the crowd when he brought out ERNEST for a live performance of their duet, “Flower Shops” (WATCH HERE)
  • HARDY returned to the stage to perform “He Went To Jared” with Wallen (WATCH HERE)
  • Morgan Wallen brought show opener, Larry Fleet back out for “Where I Find God” (WATCH HERE)
  • An emotional Wallen closed out Night 2, “I can’t say thank you enough…” (WATCH HERE)

Check out more exclusive clips from the show on our Instagram, here.

Morgan Wallen’s ‘The Dangerous Tour’ kicked off Wednesday, February 9th in NYC and continues throughout 2022. Check out all the dates and details here.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Morgan Wallen releases.

To keep up with Morgan Wallen, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“Country A$$ Shit” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

WATCH: Morgan Wallen Brings Larry Fleet Back to MSG Stage for “Where I Find God”

During Morgan Wallen’s The Dangerous Tour, the superstar surprised fans bringing back the opening act, Larry Fleet to the stage for a special performance of Fleet’s current single, “Where I Find God”. Watch the video below…

Launching on February 9th, Morgan Wallen’s The Dangerous Tour kicked off with two SOLD OUT Nights at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. With epic sets from opening act, Larry Fleet, and direct support from HARDY, the show from beginning to end did not disappoint.

Standout moments of the show included:

  • An entrance from Morgan Wallen that had fans cheering at a decibel level averaging 30dBs louder than the average game at the arena… [WATCH HERE]
  • HARDY welcomed Lindsay Ell for his number one song “ONE BEER” during his opening set (WATCH HERE)
  • Morgan Wallen surprised the crowd when he brought out ERNEST for a live performance of their duet, “Flower Shops” (WATCH HERE)
  • HARDY returned to the stage to perform “He Went To Jared” with Wallen (WATCH HERE)
  • Morgan Wallen brought show opener, Larry Fleet back out for “Where I Find God” (WATCH HERE)
  • An emotional Wallen closed out Night 2, “I can’t say thank you enough…” (WATCH HERE)

Check out more exclusive clips from the show on our Instagram, here.

Morgan Wallen’s ‘The Dangerous Tour’ kicked off Wednesday, February 9th in NYC and continues throughout 2022. Check out all the dates and details here.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Larry Fleet and Morgan Wallen releases.

To keep up with Morgan Wallen, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

To keep up with Larry Fleet, follow him on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

“Where I Find God” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.