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Morgan Wallen is expanding his One Night At A Time Tour once again. He has added 10 new stadium dates for 2024. Morgan enlisted the help of Peyton and Eli Manning to make the announcement in a social media video. In the clip, Morgan FaceTimes with Peyton, who quickly loses the tour announcement gig to his brother Eli. Jelly Roll, Lainey Wilson, Jon Pardi, Bailey Zimmerman, Nate Smith, Bryan Martin, Lauren Watkins and Ella Langley are scheduled to open various shows.

In a recent interview, Ashley McBryde revealed that's she's been sober for over a year. "I didn't check the counter, and I haven't, but it's four hundred and fifty something days," she shares. Ashley admits that she kept her sobriety journey pretty quiet because she didn't want to jinx herself. She also talked about how alcohol can creep into your life in various ways and you may not realize why you're turning to alcohol until you sit down and figure out the root cause. Now, Ashley says, she has learned how to hurt and to admit it, so that she doesn't turn to alcohol. "I knew how to hurt before, and add extra to it for no reason," she says. "Now, when I'm uncomfortable, I say out loud, 'I know how to be uncomfortable.'" Ashely is currently on tour, and is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year at the upcoming CMA Awards.

Cody Johnson's new double album, Leather, will be available November 3rd. He has just announced his new headlining tour for 2024, The Leather Tour. It will launch January 19th in Sacramento. Cody will also get to play his first-ever headlining performance at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on February 2nd. Special guests include Justin Moore, Dillon Carmichael and Chris Janson.

Craig Morgan has a new EP coming next month. Enlisted will feature six of his songs revamped as duets. Many of the collaborations have special backstories. For example, Jelly Roll will join Craig for a new version of "Almost Home," a song they performed together on the Grand Ole Opry stage in the early days of Jelly's career, after he shared his connection to the song. The new project is due out on October 20th. Here's a look at the track list:

1. "Raise the Bar" featuring Luke Combs

2. "Almost Home" featuring Jelly Roll

3. "Redneck Yacht Club" (featuring Blake Shelton)

4. "That's What I Love About Sunday" (featuring Gary LeVox)

5. "International Harvester" (featuring Lainey Wilson)

6. "That Ain't Gonna Be Me" (featuring Trace Adkins)


Cody Johnson's new double album, Leather, is scheduled to be released on November 3rd. The new project will feature a duet with Carrie Underwood, which Cody says he's been trying to arrange for years. Leather will feature 24 tracks, which is more than his last double album, Human. Cody works hard to outdo himself. "This round of 24 songs, I have to say, is the best round of songs I've ever recorded. And I feel like that's the way it should be. Each album should outdo the last one," he explains.


Dustin Lynch has announced a new tour for the spring of 2024. The 18-date Killed The Cowboy Tour will kick off in early April with a show at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. It will continue for 18 dates across the U.S. The tour is named after Dustin's new album, which will be released September 29th. 

Toby Keith will be releasing a greatest hits album with a twist this fall. He has put together 13 songs that he wrote himself into a collection called 100% Songwriter. The new project will be released November 3rd via Mercury Nashville, Toby's original record label. He will also be making an appearance on TV later this month when he's given the Country Icon award at the People's Choice Country Awards in Nashville. Toby has not toured since revealing his cancer diagnosis in June 2022.

Kenny Chesney was at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts over the weekend, but this time it wasn't for a sold-out show. He was there as the "keeper of the light" for the New England Patriots and rang the bell on the lighthouse located in the North end zone ahead of their game against the Miami Dolphins. Tom Brady became the first-ever "keeper of the light" when he started the new tradition during week one of the NFL season. 

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