The reigning ACM Group of the Year and CMA Vocal Group of the Year, Old Dominion, is gearing up to release their next project. A new EP called Memory Lane will be released on June 23 via Columbia Nashville/Sony Music Nashville.
Earlier this year, the band teased the collection with the Memory Lane (Sampler), which included the title track and three new songs “Ain’t Got A Worry,” “Freedom Like You” and “Easier Said With Rum.” They also recently released another track, “I Should Have Married You.”
The eight-song Memory Lane EP will also include tunes called “Some Horses,” “Love Drunk and Happy” and “How Good Is That.”
Old Dominion returned to the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado this past weekend for a sold out two-night stand at the legendary venue for their “No Bad Vibes Tour.” For their first appearance at Red Rocks since 2019, the band welcomed over 18,000 fans. Edwin McCain made a surprise appearance on Saturday evening’s show to duet on two songs with the guys, including his big top 10 hit “I’ll Be.” On Sunday night, Old Dominion was rejoined by McCain as well as NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning for a crowd pleasing cover of “Pink Houses.”
The group was also on hand alongside Molson Coors Beverage Company’s David Coors and his wife, Molly, to present a $20,000 donation to ACM Lifting Lives. The donation reflected ticket proceeds from their May 12 “Unplugged & Chill” acoustic performance at Texas Live! in Arlington, Texas.
The “No Bad Vibes Tour” was recently extended throughout 2023, adding more than 30 cities to the lineup.
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