Cody Johnson Celebrates Two Gold Certified Singles
Platinum-selling COJO Music/Warner Music Nashville recording artist Cody Johnson has added new RIAA Gold certifications for his smash single “‘Til You Can’t” and “Dear Rodeo.” With these new additions, Johnson notches 12 career certifications from the RIAA.
Last week, “‘Til You Can’t” moved into the Top 10 on the country singles charts and hit No. 1 on SiriusXM’s Hot 30 Weekend and the MusicRow CountryBreakout chart. It also continues its reign at No. 1 on Shazam’s Country Chart for the third consecutive week. To date, the single has garnered nearly 150 million global streams.
Johnson launched the first half of his 2022 touring calendar in late January with two sold-out shows and has since added an additional nine concerts all posting sell-outs ahead of the dates. For a full list of upcoming dates, click here.
The Mavericks Honored With Official Mavericks Day Proclamation In Nueces County, Texas
While bringing their “En Español Tour” to The Selena Auditorium in Corpus Christi on Feb. 5, The Mavericks were honored with the proclamation of The Mavericks Day in Nueces County, Texas.
Though they may have been formed in Miami, and long based in Nashville, a major part of The Mavericks’ sound has been their strong Tex-Mex/Tejano music foundation and ongoing support for Texas Musicians. Ahead of their show in McAllen, Texas, on Feb. 6, band members Raul Malo & Eddie Perez paid a visit to TIME 100 honoree Sister Norma Pimentel at the humanitarian respite center. While there, the pair delivered personal hygiene products for families at the border area migrant shelter.
“On Sunday in McAllen, Texas, we visited Sister Norma at the Catholic Center in downtown McAllen. Their charity work with immigrant families has been and continues to be instrumental in uniting immigrants with their families. As you can imagine, this work is difficult. It’s exhausting. And it never ends. The people at this center do everything possible to restore some dignity to those that come through their doors,” shares Malo through Instagram. “We originally just went to visit and observe. Of course, we got caught up in the energy that Sister Norma and her staff project every day. Eventually the conversation led to what could we do, is there anything you need, etc… So off we went to Sam’s Club to get supplies. I realize that these posts can be self-serving and ultimately misconstrued. This post has nothing to do with politics. It has to do with our humanity and doing what you can to help those in need.”
Tristan Tritt Joins Reliant Talent Agency’s Artist Roster
Reliant Talent Agency has added Tristan Tritt to its growing roster of artists.
Tritt, the son of country artist Travis Tritt who is also a member of Reliant’s roster, worked as a production assistant on his father’s tour before venturing into audio engineering training and tour management. After deciding two years ago that he wanted to make music, Tritt booked his own shows and entirely ran his own operation until recently.
The 22-year-old signed with Dan Lavery and Patra Sinner at Vista 22 Entertainment for management earlier this year and was slated to record new music in collaboration with Leroy Powell. Reliant’s Steve Lassiter and fellow Reliant agent Seth Meganck, already have a run of shows in the works for Tritt in support of his forthcoming EP.
The first single from the EP, a guitar-driven rock track titled “Oblivion,” was written by Tritt and showcases his vocals alongside the talents of Powell, his brother Chris Powell and Tom Bukovac. The single is expected to release in March, with another single to follow in late May.
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