Old Crow Medicine Show’s New Album ‘Volunteer’ Slated For April

Old Crow Medicine Show is set to release their latest album, Volunteer, on April 20 on Columbia Records Nashville. The project was recorded at the historic RCA Studio A and produced by Dave Cobb and lands amidst the band’s 20th anniversary together. The first single from the new album, “Flicker & Shine,” will be released on Jan. 19.

Volunteer includes highlights like “Look Away” which was inspired by The Rolling Stones and is member Ketch Secor’s homage to his love for the history of the South, while “A World Away,” is an upbeat nod to refugees, and  “Dixie Avenue,” pays tribute to the Virginia location where Secor and bandmate Critter Fuqua fell in love with music.

The band, who recently collaborated with Kesha on a CMT Crossroads that aired last month, will be announcing 2018 tour dates soon, and will also be performing at festivals including Bonnaroo, Del Fest and Floyd Fest. More information on tour dates can be found at crowmedicine.com/tour/.

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