Cody Johnson supporting teachers nationwide

Johnson is first artist to partner with Get Your Teach On

With a new school year starting soon, thousands of teachers across the country are working to prepare their classrooms for the 2022-2023 school year. This typically means stocking up on school supplies, and in struggling school districts, teachers end up footing the bill and paying for these out of their own pockets. But this year, country superstar Cody Johnson and his COJO Nation are here to help.

Johnson’s current single, “Human,” serves to remind us of the common thread binding every person on this planet: our collective journey of learning what it means to be human. We’re all in this together and now more than ever, it’s crucial that we prioritize supporting one another and lifting each other up. That’s why the COJO Music/Warner Music Nashville recording artist is partnering with Get Your Teach On for the Clear the List campaign – a nationwide grassroots movement organized on social media to support teachers by purchasing items for their school supply lists. #CoJoClearTheList Invites everyone to support our teachers across the country and help them get all the supplies they need.

“I am thrilled to share that we are partnering with Get Your Teach On to Clear the List as we approach a new school year,” Johnson shares. “My wife, Brandi, and I have personally encountered the profound impact that a school teacher has on the future of a child’s life. Please consider joining us in supporting these wonderful humans that give so much of their time, effort, and energy to the future by inspiring the children of the present. Our hope is to make preparation exciting for both teachers and students! And what is more encouraging than having community support, as well as the necessary tools and classroom supplies to kick off a new school year?! We’re giving back in honor of the educators that, quite literally, changed our lives.”

Johnson is also set to make two appearances on NBC Today in the coming weeks, first performing “Human” for television viewers on August 17th. On Labor Day, September 5th, fans will also have a chance to tune in for a performance of his Platinum selling, multi-week No. 1 song “‘Til You Can’t.” Both songs are on Johnson’s sophomore major-label release, Human The Double Album, which debuted as a top country album the week of its release last fall.

Johnson is set to join Zac Brown Band on August 18th at Citi Field in New York while his own headline tour continues through December. His calendar year now includes 34 sold out concerts and among them, his sold out concert at FirstBank Amphitheater in Nashville.

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