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Info From Music Row with Leuck and Howe 05/05/2022

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The career of country star John Anderson will be celebrated with a new tribute album, produced by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, and David Ferguson. “Something Borrowed, Something New: A Tribute to John Anderson,” due out August 5th, will feature covers of Anderson tracks, performed by such artists as Luke Combs, Eric Church, Jamey Johnson, Brothers Osborne, Ashley McBryde, Tyler Childers, Brent Cobb, Del McCoury, John Prine, Nathaniel Rateliff, Sturgill Simpson, Gillian Welch, David Rawlings and more. “Listening to everybody do their own takes on the songs shows how the songs really come through,” John shares. “It’s very gratifying to know that some things really do not change, and a great country song remains a great country song," adding, "Any one person on the record would be a real tribute, but all of them together? It’s a pretty big deal for me personally.” Check out the track list below:

  • “1959” performed by John Prine
  • “Years” performed by Sierra Ferrell
  • “Wild and Blue” performed by Brent Cobb
  • “Low Dog Blues” performed by Nathaniel Rateliff
  • “Mississippi Moon” performed by Eric Church
  • “I Just Came Home to Count the Memories” performed by Gillian Welch & David Rawlings
  • “Shoot Low Sheriff!” performed by Tyler Childers
  • “Seminole Wind” performed by Luke Combs
  • “When It Comes to You” performed by Sturgill Simpson
  • “You Can’t Judge A Book (By The Cover)” performed by Brothers Osborne
  • “Would You Catch A Falling Star” performed by Del McCoury feat. Sierra Hull
  • “Straight Tequila Night” performed by Ashley McBryde
  • “I’m Just an Old Chunk of Coal (But I’m Gonna Be a Diamond Some Day)” performed by Jamey Johnson 

Luke Combs is used to playing arenas and festivals, but next month he’ll be playing a parking lot. That’s right, Luke just announced a special concert from the BMI parking lot in Nashville's Music Row. The event will take place June 8th and will celebrate Luke’s eight number one songs. The concert, which will feature special guests, will go down the night before CMA Fest returns to the city, with Luke also scheduled to perform at Nissan Stadium for the fest. Tickets for the show cost only $10, with proceeds benefiting the BMI Foundation, a nonprofit wing of the company. ONE MORE THING! As we told you, Luke recently announced his “Middle of Somewhere” tour, and he is now giving fans a taste of the song the tour is named after. He shared a snippet of the unreleased track on social media. Check it out below.


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