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Johnson tours again

Tuesday, June 15, 2021 – Cody Johnson will return to touring with more than 40 shows beginning this month.

Fellow neo-traditional Easton Corbin and newcomer Ian Munsick join Johnson for many dates.

"There are few feelings more amazing than being on stage with my friends in front of all our fans," Johnson said. "I can't tell you how excited the whole gang is to finally be back on the road playing country music for you."

Johnson also recently released the new song "Sad Songs and Waltzes," a retelling of Willie Nelson's 1973 classic featuring the Nelson. This will be part of an 18-track double album coming in the fall.

Tour dates with Munsick and Corbin are:
Aug. 21 – Springfield, Mo.
Sept. 10 – Huntington, West Va.
Sept. 11 – Salem, Va.
Oct. 7 – Prescott Valley, Ariz.
Oct. 8. – Ontario, Cal.
Oct. 9 – Stockton, Cal.
Oct. 11 – Boise, Idaho
Oct. 15 – Yakima, Wash.
Oct. 16 – Kent, Wash.
Oct. 29 – Jonesboro, Ark.
Oct. 30 – Cape Giradeau, Mo.
Nov. 12 – Broomfield, Col.
Nov. 13 – West Valley City, Utah
Nov. 19 – Ralston, Neb.
Nov. 20 – Park City, Kansas
Dec. 3 – Columbus, Ohio

Johnson has other dates on his schedule including two sold-out shows at the Ryman this Friday and Saturday.


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