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Here is Morgan Wallen’s Brand New Album ‘One Thing At A Time’

Morgan Wallen’s new album, One Thing At A Time is out now, March 3rd on all streaming platforms. Listen to the new album below.

Morgan Wallen is an absolute superstar, and there is truly no denying it. Today, he delivers his third studio album, One Thing A Time featuring 36 songs for fans to obsess over, learn every word to, and of course find themselves in.

“This record represents the last few years of my life, the highs and the lows,” Wallen shares in a press release. “It also brings together the musical influences that have shaped me as an artist – country, alternative and hip-hop. There are 36 songs on this album because we just kept exploring with fresh lyrics, music and production ideas and these are the songs that felt right to me. It was a blast to create, and I was so grateful to be back in the studio to lay this out for my fans.”

Each of the 36 songs depicts a different layer of Wallen’s undeniable talent and charisma, as well as, his breadth of musical influences. The singer-songwriter also enlists fellow talent like Eric Church and HARDY to duet with him, while incredible songwriters like Ashley Gorley, Ernest, Larry Fleet, Miranda Lambert, Nicolle Gaylon, and Devin Dawson also have a stake in the incredible new album.

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Listen to the brand-new record below!

One Thing At A Time Track List:

  1. “Born with a Beer in My Hand” (Morgan Wallen, Zach Abend, Michael Hardy)
  2. “Last Night” (John Byron, Ashley Gorley, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Ryan Vojtesak)
  3. “Everything I Love (Wallen, Gorley, Ernest K. Smith, Vojtesak)
  4. “Man Made a Bar” (Feat. Eric Church) (Rocky Block, Jordan Dozzi, Larry Fleet, Brett Tyler)
  5. “Devil Don’t Know” (Travis Denning, Jared Mullins, Ben Stennis)
  6. “One Thing at a Time” (Gorley, Smith, Vojtesak, Wallen)
  7. “’98 Braves” (Byron, Josh Miller, Travis Wood)
  8. “Ain’t That Some” (Chris LaCorte, Chase McGill, Josh Miller, Blake Pendergrass)
  9. “I Wrote the Book” (Wallen, Hardy, Cameron Montgomery)
  10. “Tennessee Numbers” (Minton, Pendergrass, Wood)
  11. “Hope That’s True” (Wallen, Smith, Vojtesak)
  12. “Whiskey Friends” (Wallen, Gorley, Jonathan Hoskins, Smith, Josh Thompson, Vojtesak
  13. “Sunrise” (Byron, Pendergrass)
  14. “Keith Whitley” (Thomas Archer, Brad Clawson, Mullins)
  15. “In the Bible” (Feat. Hardy) (Byron, Jeff Garrison, Jon Hall, Johnson, Geoffrey Warburton)
  16. “You Proof” (Wallen, Gorley, Smith, Vojtesak)
  17. “Thought You Should Know” (Wallen, Nicolle Galyon, Miranda Lambert)
  18. “F150-50” (Mullins, John Pierce, Stennis)
  19. “Neon Star (Country Boy Lullaby)” (Wallen, Smith, Thompson, Vojtesak)
  20. “I Deserve a Drink” (Byron, Devin Dawson, Jacob Durrett, Hillary Lindsey)
  21. “Wine Into Water” (Bryon, Matt Jenkins, Pendergrass)
  22. “Me + All Your Reasons” (Wallen, Gorley, Smith, Vojtesak)
  23. “Tennessee Fan” (Wallen, Gorley, Smith, Vojtesak)
  24. “Money on Me” (Michael Lotten, Pendergrass, Matt Roy)
  25. “Thinking’ Bout Me” (Byron, Gorley, Taylor Phillips, Vojtesak)
  26. “Single Than She Was” (Byron, Ben Johnson, Vojtesak)
  27. “Days That End in Why” (Byron, Pendergrass, Driver Williams)
  28. “Last Drive Down Main” (Jerry Flowers, Ryan Hurd, Lotten)
  29. “Me to Me” (Wallen, Gorley, Smith Vojtesak)
  30. “Don’t Think Jesus” (Jessi Alexander, Mark Holman, McGill)
  31. “180 (Lifestyle)” (Block, Gorley, Holman, Pendergrass, Smith Vojtesak)
  32. “Had It” (Block, Alex Eskeerdo Izquiedo, Vajtesak)
  33. “Cowgirls” (Feat. Ernest) (Block, Gorley, James Maddocks, Smith, Vjjtesak)
  34. “Good Girl Gone Missin’” (Wallen, Gorley, Maddocks, Smith, Vojtesak)
  35. “Outlook” (Wallen, Clawson, Hyde)
  36. “Dying Man” (Johnson, Pendergrass, Thompson)
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Morgan Wallen’s brand new album, ‘One Thing A Time’ is officially here.

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.

One Thing At A Time 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.

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Morgan Wallen Scores 8th Number One with “Thought You Should Know”

Morgan Wallen continues his streak of number ones with his 8th song to top the country charts, “Thought You Should Know.”

Morgan Wallen is officially back on the top of the country charts once again! With a world tour and a new record featuring 36 songs to look forward to, Wallen is showing no signs of slowing down. His stardom continues to rise. Today his touching song, “Thought You Should Know” marks his 8th number-one single at country radio.

Wallen shared clips of “Thought You Should Know” two years ago, as a gift to his mother on Mother’s Day. While 2021 was a tumultuous year for the singer-songwriter, he remained true to his artistry through his songwriting and connection to his fans. The single written by Wallen with Nicolle Galyon and Miranda Lambert is one of his rawest ones to date.

“I thought you should know // That all those prayers you thought you wasted on me // Must’ve finally made their way on through // I thought you should know // I got me a new girl down there in Jefferson City, and // She lets me fish whenever I want to // Yeah, I’m still proud of where I came from // Still your only damn son // Can you believe I’m on the radio? // Just thought you should know, thought you should know, thought you should know”

There is truly no stopping Wallen! His career continues to catapult him to superstardom. It is just a matter of time before he wins entertainer of the year at one of the coveted country music award shows. Congrats to Wallen and his team on their 8th number-one single with “Thought You Should Know.”

Check out Wallen’s full catalog of number one hits here.

Join our 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.

“Thought You Should Know” 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.

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

Ernest’s full-length deluxe album, Flower Shops (The Album): Two Dozen Roses is out now, February 10th on all streaming platforms. Listen to the new album below.

Ernest K. Smith, known professionally as ERNEST, has been churning out hits for the biggest stars in country music over the past five years, including Florida Georgia Line, Kane Brown, Chris Lane, Sam Hunt, Morgan Wallen, and many others. Last year, he released his sophomore record, FLOWER SHOPS (THE ALBUM), an eleven-track project named after the RIAA platinum hit with friend and frequent collaborator, Morgan Wallen. While still in the songwriting business, fans loved what they heard from ERNEST on a personal note, encouraging the Nashville-native to release an additional thirteen tracks on a deluxe version titled FLOWER SHOPS (THE ALBUM): Two Dozen Roses.

“I can’t wait for everyone to hear the new music,” ERNEST shared in a recent press release. “It’s even more of the real, honest storytelling that the album was built on, and continues the character’s love story right where it left off with ‘Some Other Bar.’ It’s very reflective, I think everyone will be able to relate to a part of the story in some way. I’m really proud of it!”

On December 16, ERNEST teased the sound and theme of the record with three new songs, “Miss That Girl, “Songs We Used To Sing,” and “Unhang The Moon.” In “Miss That Girl,the singer shares in conspicuously catchy lyricism how hard it is to move on and admit how much you miss someone. “Songs We Used To Sing” leans into the nostalgia of it all—the breakup ruined all his favorite tunes because he thinks of her when he hears them. Finally, “Unhang The Moon” is the ultimate heartbreak song in which he confesses all his regrets regarding the relationship. The three songs all tell a similar story, as Ernest seems to access more and more emotions with his vocals.

As for the new tracks, “Done At A Bar,” “What Have I Got To Lose,” “Heartache In My 100 Proof,” and “Burn Out,” also touch on heartbreak. The former is a play on the phrase ‘easier said than done.’  The singer admits that it is easy to say things that will fix a relationship when intoxicated at a bar, but when the morning comes, the sweet nothings uttered from the night before fizzle, becoming drunken lies and failed promises. The latter, however, touches on a love that moved too fast. Although it may seem like the real thing at first, all flames eventually die out, and that’s exactly what happened to the singer in this track. 

“Knew it when we started off of both ends // Girl we should’ve seen where this was going // ‘Couple flames just fighting back against a cold wind // Throttles wide open, eyes closed keeping them fire stones smokin’ ‘til we burn out”

On the flip side of heartbreak, love is another major theme on the record. In “Wild Wild West” the singer boasts about how he loves how unpredictable his woman is. “Hill” is another one in which the singer imagines the perfect life he is going to share with the person he loves.

“Drunk With My Friends,” “Anything But Sober,” and “This Fire,” touch on ERNEST’s fun and lighter side. The former is a happy, bar anthem with a tropical theme that has the singer explaining to his woman the reasoning behind his bad decisions. The most amusing part of the track is ERNEST’s use of cartoon voices; the Charlie Brown trombone noise symbolizes the singer’s woman nagging him, and he subtly sneaks in the narrator’s voice from Spongebob before the second verse to say “three days later” before his next inebriated mishap. In the last chorus, he tells her to go get margaritas with her friends to ease the stress. The next two resemble the 90s era of country that so many artists are attempting to replicate these days—ERNEST does a perfect job of recreating the sound with a hint of modernism. In the latter, the singer uses whiskey to put out the fire he has created in the real world.

“Wrecking my world, Lord, and burning it down // There’s fire, fire all over this town // All the tears in her eyes that she’s cried can’t put out this fire”

ERNEST continues to showcase his prowess as a songwriter and a vocalist with FLOWER SHOPS (THE ALBUM): Two Dozen Roses. With thirteen unique tracks, the talented rising star demonstrates how being versatile can make one overarching theme so fascinating and thought-provoking. We are excited to see his career take off, and this album will be the launching pad of something very special. 

Flower Shops (The Album): Two Dozen Roses 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)
  12. “This Fire” (Ernest Keith Smith, Rocky Block, Julian Bunetta, John Ryan)
  13. “Wild Wild West” (Ernest Keith Smith, Jacob Durrett, Rafe Tenpenny)
  14. “Hill” (Ernest Keith Smith, Jordan Schmidt, Brett Tyler)
  15. “Burn Out” (Ernest Keith Smith, Andy Albert, Jordan Dozzi, Hunter Phelps)
  16. “Nothin To Lose” (Ernest Keith Smith, Mark Holman, Josh Osborne)
  17. “Songs We Used to Sing” (Ernest Keith Smith, Justin Ebach, Charles Kelley)
  18. “Done at a Bar” (Ernest Keith Smith, Josh Thompson)
  19. “Drunk With My Friends” (Ernest Keith Smith, Jordan Schmidt, Josh Thompson)
  20. “Anything But Sober” (Ernest Keith Smith, Alysa Vanderheym)
  21. “What Have I Got to Lose” (Ernest Keith Smith, Brian Kelley, Dean Dillon)
  22. “Heartache in My 100 Proof” (feat. Jake Worthington) (Ernest Keith Smith, Jordan Schmidt, Josh Thompson)
  23. “Unhang The Moon” (Ernest Keith Smith, Grady Block, Brad Clawson, Jacob Durrett)
  24. “Miss That Girl” (Ernest Keith Smith, Brad Clawson, Jacob Durrett)

Country Swag Picks:

  1. Drunk With My Friends
  2. This Fire
  3. Done At A Bar
  4. Burn Out
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Ernest’s new deluxe album ‘Flower Shops (The Album): Two Dozen Roses’ is 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.

ERNEST is going on Morgan Wallen’s massive ‘One Night At A Time’ World Tour along with Parker McCollum, HARDY, and Bailey Zimmerman. The group will play two shows at Metlife Stadium on May 19-20, as well as some of the largest NFL and MLB stadiums across North America. For tickets, head to his website.

To keep up with ERNEST, follow him on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

Flower Shops (The Album): Two Dozen Roses 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.

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Morgan Wallen Announces New Album + Releases Three New Songs

Morgan Wallen announces new album, One Thing At A Time and shares three new songs as instant gratification tracks. Learn more here.

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After announcing his first-ever arena tour, Morgan Wallen is readying fans for album number three, One Thing A Time. The massive 36-song project is slated to be released on March 3rd. To mark the momentous occasion, Wallen is sharing three new songs for all fans who preorder the record. Amongst the three new songs are, “Last Night,” “Everything I Love,” and “I Wrote the Book.”

Each of the three new songs showcase a different side of Wallen’s personality and artistry. “Last Night,” one of the few outside cuts on the record paints the story of fighting with your partner while drinking. Despite the concept, the song comes across as confident and sexy, while the tempo begs for fans to sing along.

“Everything I Love” is the most true-blue country of the three new songs. The relatable track is about everything you love and every place that is yours being tainted by an ex who no longer loves you. While the story might be melancholy, the banjos and the instrumentals make for a fun, bluesy song.

Finally, “I Wrote The Book,” written by Wallen with HARDY and Cameron Montgomery, is quite possibly the most Wallen song of the releases. The singer teased the track earlier this month, which led to fans begging for its release. “I Wrote The Book” is a honest depiction of a man just trying to walk a straight line, despite temptation. Something tells us that Wallen wrote this one from experience.

Wallen shared about the record in a recent press release.“This record represents the last few years of my life, the highs and the lows. It also brings together the musical influences that have shaped me as an artist – country, alternative and hip-hop,” shared the singer.

“There are 36 songs on this album because we just kept exploring with fresh lyrics, music, and production ideas and these are the songs that felt right to me. It was a blast to create, and I was so grateful to be back in the studio to lay this out for my fans. I just try to tell it how it is – the good, the bad, the love, the heartbreak. That’s all I know how to do.”

Wallen finishes his statement with the sentiment, “My hope is that this album makes my fans proud; makes ‘em laugh, smirk, cry, and think – just like it did for me.”

Fans can expect the project to be full of A-list writers and collaborators. Artists and songwriters like HARDY, Devin Dawson, Ernest, and Travis Denning all have cuts on the record. Wallen also features HARDY, Ernest, and Eric Church on respective songs.

Check back on March 3rd for our full review of Wallen’s One Thing At A Time album.

One Thing At A Time Track List:

  1. “Born with a Beer in My Hand” (Morgan Wallen, Zach Abend, Michael Hardy)
  2. “Last Night” (John Byron, Ashley Gorley, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Ryan Vojtesak)
  3. “Everything I Love (Wallen, Gorley, Ernest K. Smith, Vojtesak)
  4. “Man Made a Bar” (Feat. Eric Church) (Rocky Block, Jordan Dozzi, Larry Fleet, Brett Tyler)
  5. “Devil Don’t Know” (Travis Denning, Jared Mullins, Ben Stennis)
  6. “One Thing at a Time” (Gorley, Smith, Vojtesak, Wallen)
  7. “’98 Braves” (Byron, Josh Miller, Travis Wood)
  8. “Ain’t That Some” (Chris LaCorte, Chase McGill, Josh Miller, Blake Pendergrass)
  9. “I Wrote the Book” (Wallen, Hardy, Cameron Montgomery)
  10. “Tennessee Numbers” (Minton, Pendergrass, Wood)
  11. “Hope That’s True” (Wallen, Smith, Vojtesak)
  12. “Whiskey Friends” (Wallen, Gorley, Jonathan Hoskins, Smith, Josh Thompson, Vojtesak
  13. “Sunrise” (Byron, Pendergrass)
  14. “Keith Whitley” (Thomas Archer, Brad Clawson, Mullins)
  15. “In the Bible” (Feat. Hardy) (Byron, Jeff Garrison, Jon Hall, Johnson, Geoffrey Warburton)
  16. “You Proof” (Wallen, Gorley, Smith, Vojtesak)
  17. “Thought You Should Know” (Wallen, Michelle Galyon, Miranda Lambert)
  18. “F150-50” (Mullins, John Pierce, Stennis)
  19. “Neon Star (Country Boy Lullaby)” (Wallen, Smith, Thompson, Vojtesak)
  20. “I Deserve a Drink” (Byron, Devin Dawson, Jacob Durrett, Hillary Lindsey)
  21. “Wine Into Water” (Bryon, Matt Jenkins, Pendergrass)
  22. “Me + All Your Reasons” (Wallen, Gorley, Smith, Vojtesak)
  23. “Tennessee Fan” (Wallen, Gorley, Smith, Vojtesak)
  24. “Money on Me” (Michael Lotten, Pendergrass, Matt Roy)
  25. “Thinking’ Bout Me” (Byron, Gorley, Taylor Phillips, Vojtesak)
  26. “Single Than She Was” (Byron, Ben Johnson, Vojtesak)
  27. “Days That End in Why” (Byron, Pendergrass, Driver Williams)
  28. “Last Drive Down Main” (Jerry Flowers, Ryan Hurd, Lotten)
  29. “Me to Me” (Wallen, Gorley, Smith Vojtesak)
  30. “Don’t Think Jesus” (Jessi Alexander, Mark Holman, McGill)
  31. “180 (Lifestyle)” (Block, Gorley, Holman, Pendergrass, Smith Vojtesak)
  32. “Had It” (Block, Alex Eskeerdo Izquiedo, Vajtesak)
  33. “Cowgirls” (Feat. Ernest) (Block, Gorley, James Maddocks, Smith, Vjjtesak)
  34. “Good Girl Gone Missin’” (Wallen, Gorley, Maddocks, Smith, Vojtesak)
  35. “Outlook” (Wallen, Clawson, Hyde)
  36. “Dying Man” (Johnson, Pendergrass, Thompson)
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Morgan Wallen readies fans for album number three, ‘One Thing At A Time’ out March 3rd.

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.

“One Thing At A Time,” “Days That End In Why,” and “Tennessee Fan” are 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.

BREAKING: Morgan Wallen Adds Second MetLife Stadium Show

Morgan Wallen’s 2023 ‘One Night At A Time’ World Tour will hit the New York/New Jersey area at MetLife Stadium not once, but TWICE this spring! The superstar revealed moments ago that a second stop on the tour has been added along with 13 additional tour dates. Get all the info below.

Wallen’s tour will hit MetLife Stadium on Friday, May 19, 2023 and Saturday, May 20, 2023. The show will include openers, Parker McCollum in direct support, ERNEST, and Bailey Zimmerman. For a full list of tour dates, click here.

Tickets are on sale Friday, December 9 at MorganWallen.com. There is no official pre-sale in the U.S. for this tour, so fans are advised to only purchase through verified fans.

Be on the lookout for more information regarding a tailgate/bus trip from Country Swag, join our e-newsletter here, so you don’t miss any announcements + follow us on Instagram.

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Morgan Wallen Drops Three New Songs Ahead of World Tour

Morgan Wallen drops three brand new songs ahead of his recently announced world tour. Listen to the three new tracks below & let us know which is your favorite.

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After having a monumental year touring and sharing new music with fans, Morgan Wallen is showing no signs of slowing down. Earlier today, the superstar announced his first ever world tour. Now, he is sharing three brand new songs with fans, calling it a sampler for what is to come with album number three.

Wallen’s new songs are “One Thing At A Time,” “Days That End in Why,” and a previously unreleased fan-favorite, “Tennessee Fan.” All three songs gives fans a little taste of Wallen’s artistry and of course, what is in store in the next chapter of new music.

According to the singer-songwriter, “I’ve had so many people ask me if I want to take some time off, but the truth is – I have been writing and making too much music in my off-time because I feel as inspired as I ever have. It feels like new songs re pouring out of me, and I love that feeling. We are going to run it back next year with the One Night At A Time World Tour.”

“One Thing At A Time” is a mid-tempo song all about trying your best to get over someone, while “Days That End in Why” is a pensive song that touches on Wallen’s more tender side. Then, “Tennessee Fan” is a song that feels nostalgic and reminiscent of young love. The three songs are the perfect additions to Wallen’s already impressive catalog of music.

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.

“One Thing At A Time,” “Days That End In Why,” and “Tennessee Fan” are 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.

BREAKING: Morgan Wallen Bringing Tour to MetLife Stadium 2023

Morgan Wallen’s 2023 ‘One Night At A Time’ World Tour will hit the New York/New Jersey area on Saturday, May 20, 2023. Get all the info below.

The show will include openers, Parker McCollum in direct support, ERNEST, and Bailey Zimmerman. For a full list of tour dates, click here.

Tickets are on sale Friday, December 9 at MorganWallen.com. There is no official pre-sale in the U.S. for this tour, so fans are advised to only purchase through verified fans.

Be on the lookout for more information regarding a tailgate/bus trip from Country Swag, join our e-newsletter here, so you don’t miss any announcements + follow us on Instagram.

Follow us on Instagram and TikTok for more.

BREAKING: Morgan Wallen Announces 2023 World Tour

Morgan Wallen dropped a major announcement today revealing his 2023 ‘One Night At A Time’ World Tour. Get all the dates and details below.

Morgan Wallen 2023 U.S. Tour Dates:
Fri, April 14             Milwaukee, WI                  American Family Field*# NEW
Sat, April 15            Milwaukee, WI                  American Family Field*#
Thurs, April 20        Louisville, KY                   KFC Yum! Center
Sat, April 22            Oxford, MS                        Vaught-Hemingway Stadium*#
Thurs, April 27        Grand Rapids, MI              Van Andel Arena
Fri, April 28             Moline, IL                          Vibrant Arena
Sat, April 29            Lincoln, NE                        Pinnacle Bank Arena
Thurs, May 4           Jacksonville, FL                 VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena
Fri, May 5                West Palm Beach, FL         iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre
Sat, May 6                Tampa, FL                          MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
Thurs, May 18         Hershey, PA                        Hersheypark Stadium
Fri, May 19              East Rutherford, NJ           MetLife Stadium*$ NEW
Sat, May 20              East Rutherford, NJ           MetLife Stadium*$
Wed, May 24           Austin, TX                          Moody Center
Fri, May 26              Houston, TX                      Minute Maid Park*#
Thurs, June 1           Atlanta, GA                        Truist Park*$ NEW
Fri, June 2                Atlanta, GA                        Truist Park*$
Sat, June 3                Panama City Beach, FL     Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam^
Thurs, June 8           Virginia Beach, VA             Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater NEW
Fri, June 9                Virginia Beach, VA             Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
Sat, June 10              Myrtle Beach, SC               Carolina Country Music Fest^
Wed, June 14           Pittsburgh, PA                     PNC Park*& NEW
Thurs, June 15         Pittsburgh, PA                     PNC Park*#
Sat, June 17              Philadelphia, PA                 Citizens Bank Park*#
Thurs, June 22         Chicago, IL                         Wrigley Field*# NEW
Fri, June 23              Chicago, IL                         Wrigley Field*$
Thurs, June 29         Detroit, MI                          Ford Field*# NEW
Fri, June 30              Detroit, MI                          Ford Field*#
Thurs, July 6            St. Louis, MO                     Busch Stadium*$ NEW
Fri, July 7                 St. Louis, MO                     Busch Stadium*$
Fri, July 14               San Diego, CA                    Petco Park*# NEW
Sat, July 15              San Diego, CA                     Petco Park*#
Wed, July 19            Phoenix, AZ                        Chase Field*# NEW
Thurs, July 20          Phoenix, AZ                        Chase Field*#
Sat, July 22              Los Angeles, CA                 SoFi Stadium*#
Thurs, Aug 3            Detroit Lakes, MN              WE Fest^
Sat, Aug 12              Columbus, OH                    Ohio Stadium*#
Thurs, Aug 17          Boston, MA                        Fenway Park*# NEW
Fri, Aug 18              Boston, MA                         Fenway Park*$
Sat, Sept 2                Washington, DC                 FedEx Field*$
Sat, Oct 7                 Tacoma, WA                       Tacoma Dome

Morgan Wallen 2023 International Tour Dates:
Wed, March 15        Auckland, NZ                   Spark Arena #
Sun, March 19         Ipswich, QLD                   CMC Rocks ^
Tues, March 21        Sydney, NSW                   Qudos Bank Arena #
Fri, March 24           Melbourne, VIC               Rod Laver Arena #
Sat, Aug 5                Camrose, AB                    Big Valley Jamboree^
Thurs, Sept 14          Toronto, ON                     Budweiser Stage NEW
Fri, Sept 15              Toronto, ON                     Budweiser Stage NEW
Sat, Sept 16              Toronto, ON                     Budweiser Stage
Mon, Sept 18           London, ON                      Budweiser Gardens
Thurs, Sept 21          Ottawa, ON                      Canadian Tire Centre
Fri, Sept 22              Quebec City, QC              Videotron Centre
Sat, Sept 23              Montreal, QC                   Bell Centre
Thurs, Sept 28          Winnipeg, MB                 Canada Life Centre
Fri, Sept 29              Saskatoon, SK                  SaskTel Centre
Sat, Sept 30              Calgary, AB                     Scotiabank Saddledome
Tues, Oct 3              Vancouver, BC                 Rogers Arena NEW
Wed, Oct 4               Vancouver, BC                Rogers Arena
* Stadium Dates
^ Festival Dates
# HARDY, ERNEST, Bailey Zimmerman
$ Parker McCollum, ERNEST, Bailey Zimmerman
& HARDY, Bailey Zimmerman

Tickets are on sale Friday, December 9 at MorganWallen.com. There is no official pre-sale in the U.S. for this tour, so fans are advised to only purchase through verified fans. For more information, visit MorganWallen.com. Morgan Wallen Fan Club pre-sale for Australia and New Zealand shows begins on Wednesday, Dec. 7.

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Tyler Hubbard Earns First Number as a Solo Artist with “5 Foot 9”

Tyler Hubbard earns his first number one song at country radio with his debut single, “5 Foot 9.” Learn all the details here.

While Tyler Hubbard (Florida Georgia Line) is no country music newbie, the frontman took the plunge into becoming a solo artist earlier this year. Back in May, Hubbard emerged with his debut song, “5 Foot 9.” In just a few short months, the track became a hit on country radio. Today the song marks Hubbard’s first solo number-one single at country radio.

The debut single was the perfect re-introduction to the singer-songwriter and his incredible talent. “5 Foot 9” is a love song dedicated to Hubbard’s wife. Written by Hubbard with The Cadillac Three leader Jaren Johnston and Chase McGill, “5 Foot 9” signifies the singer’s staying power in country music, no matter what the role.

“Dry wood makes good fires // Goodyears make good swings // All that’s all good but for me // God makes five foot nine, brown eyes, and a sundress // Loves Tim McGraw and a small town accent // Ain’t no way that me and this truck made her fall in love // Jack makes good whiskey but God makes the good stuff // Oh, God makes the good stuff”

It will be exciting to see how this new chapter in Hubbard’s life continues to evolve. Fans can expect his full-length solo album debut in January 2023. Congratulations to Tyler Hubbard and his team on their first number-one single with “5 Foot 9.”

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Tyler Hubbard’s debut single, “5 Foot 9” goes number one at country radio.

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The 56th Annual CMA Awards Recap ft. Luke Combs, Lainey Wilson & More

Here is the 56th Annual CMA Awards recap featuring big wins by country superstars Luke Combs, Lainey Wilson, and more.

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The 56th Annual CMA Awards took place last night (November 9th), returning to the iconic Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. Hosted by Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning, this show was all about uniting fans and country artists with our favorite music genre and honoring the greats that paved the way. For a full list of all of the nominations and winners, click here.

The show began with a medley of hits, celebrating the late, great Loretta Lynn. Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, and Reba McEntire took to the stage delivering an incredible performance of Lynn’s classics like, “You’re Looking at Country” and “Coal Miner’s Daughter.” Carly Pearce also honored Lynn with her incredible song, “Dear Miss Loretta,” later in the show.

Shortly after, the CMA’s hosted another incredible female-led performance of Ashley McBryde’s killer album Lindeville. Artists like John Osborne, Brandy Clark, Caylee Hammack, and Pillbox Patti joined her on stage.

With a quick introduction, first-time CMA awards winner for Video of the Year, Cody Johnson graced the stage next, singing an electric rendition of his hit song, “‘Til You Can’t.” Similarly, Cole Swindell took to the stage to sing his latest number-one hit, “She Had Me At Heads Carolina.” Of course, he brought out Jo Dee Messina to sing with him. Lambert also returned to sing her new song, “Geraldene” and Underwood with, “Hate My Heart.”

The star-studded event continued with a killer performance from Luke Combs. The Entertainer of the Year nominee blew fans away, singing his song, “The Kind of Love We Make.” The other Luke, Luke Bryan also performed his current single, “Country On” later on in the show. The night continued with performances by Zac Brown Band, who sang their song “Out In The Middle” and an exciting duet by Thomas Rhett and Katy Perry. The latter duo sang their new song, “Where We Started,” a country-pop medley, begging for radio play.

However, HARDY and Lainey Wilson may have given arguably one of the best performances of the night with their song “wait in the truck.” The eerie ballad came to life, as the two New Artist of the Year nominees sang their hearts out, receiving a huge applause and standing ovation from the audience. Next up, Morgan Wallen, an Entertainer of the Year nominee, also showed up to perform his hit song, “You Proof.”

The CMA Awards continued to showcase collaborations throughout the night. Kelly Clarkson and Carly Pearce joined Kelsea Ballerini on stage to sing “YOU’RE DRUNK, GO HOME.” The threesome brought their sassy energy and huge vocal chops to the country music stage.

Another highlight of the night is when Chris and Morgane Stapleton took the stage with none other than the iconic, Patty Loveless. An incredibly harrowing performance, the collaborators sang Loveless’ “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive,” getting each and every artist on their feet celebrating the performance with them.

Country music artists continued to celebrate the icons that came before them both in and out of the genre. Brothers Osborne took the stage with The War and Treaty to celebrate the forthcoming tribute album, Stoned Cold Country for The Rolling Stones, coming in 2023, while Elle King joined by The Black Keys and celebrated the late hall of fame, Jerry Lee Lewis.

Of course, the night would not be complete without the monumental tribute to Alan Jackson, who was the newest recipient of the Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award. Carrie Underwood strutted onto the stage to announce the icon, even singing a little something. Dierks Bentley, Jon Pardi, and Lainey Wilson shared the stage to celebrate Jackson’s career. They sang songs like, “Chattahoochee,” “Drive (For Daddy Gene),” and “Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow.” Jackson, himself also sang his song, “Don’t Rock The Jukebox.”

Overall the 56th CMA Awards were a great night for country music. The show came back to its roots, mixing the new country music sounds with more traditional country, proving that we can all love the genre together.

To view the full list of winners, click here.

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