Old Dominion’s Album ‘Happy Endings’ Reaches Heavy Metal Status

(L-R): Taylor Lindsey, VP A&R SMN; Dennis Reese, SVP Promotion RCA Records Nashville; Caryl Atwood, SVP Sales/Streaming SMN; Will Hitchcock, Manager Morris Higham Management; Ken Robold, COO/EVP SMN; Old Dominion’s Brad Tursi, Trevor Rosen, Matthew Ramsey, Geoff Sprung, and Whitt Sellers; Randy Goodman, Chairman/CEO SMN; Clint Higham, President Morris Higham Management; Paige Altone, Sr. Director Marketing SMN; and Jim Catino EVP A&R SMN. Photo Credit: Alan Poizner

Old Dominion’s sophomore album Happy Endings has officially reached Gold certification by the RIAA. The album produced three No. 1 singles: “No Such Things As A Broken Heart” (Platinum), “Written In The Sand” (Platinum), and “Hotel Key” (Gold).

The band will follow up Happy Endings with their recently-announced, self-titled third studio album set for release on Oct. 25. Old Dominion will be co-producing the new album for the first time alongside longtime collaborator Shane McAnally. The group released “Never Be Sorry,” from the new album on Friday, and recently named “One Man Band” as their next radio single due to popular demand. The track already has more than 47 million streams.

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