Henley to Play Nashville During New Album Tour

don henleyDon Henley’s first solo project in 15 years, Cass County, is set for release September 25. A concert tour is planned to begin in October and hit Nashville among the dates.

Beginning today (July 17), fans can preorder the Capitol Records album and instantly receive two bonus tracks, which are premiering on NPR, “That Old Flame,” featuring Martina McBride, and “Take A Picture Of This.”

A super-deluxe edition is also available in various packages, including 50-page booklets with exclusive pics, collector postcards, T-shirts, 12×12 lithographs or deluxe vinyls.

Earlier this year, Henley previewed the partial-country project, which features guest stars like Mick Jagger, Merle HaggardDolly Parton, and Miranda Lambert. “I can truthfully say, I enjoyed making this record more than any record I’ve made in my career because of the people who participated,” said Henley about recording the new CD. “John Sebastian was dead right in 1965 or 1966 when he wrote that song ‘Nashville Cats.’ It’s still true all these years later. There are some amazing musicians here.”

Full details for the concert tour will be available in the coming weeks, but fans who buy a ticket to any of Henley’s dates will receive a deluxe CD. Additional tour stops will include Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and many more.


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