More new songs coming June 23rd
Old Dominion recently set the stage for their new EP with the single “I Should Have Married You.” Earlier this year, the band opened up the world of Memory Lane with the Memory Lane (Sampler) that included the title track and three new songs (“Ain’t Got A Worry,” “Freedom Like You,” and “Easier Said With Rum”). These fan favorites stoked anticipation for the full project, tallying over 60 million streams and counting. This new eight-track body of work, due June 23rd via Sony Music Nashville, will also boast a trio of previously unreleased so to be anthems, namely “Some Horses,” “Love Drunk and Happy,” and “How Good Is That.”
Over the weekend, Old Dominion returned to the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO for a sold out two-night stand at the legendary venue—their first appearance on this hallowed ground since 2019. They welcomed more than 18k fans over the course of two rapturous performances. Plus, Edwin McCain made a surprise appearance on Saturday evening to duet on two songs with the guys including his big Top 10 hit “I’ll Be,” which brought the crowd to their feet and had the whole audience singing along at the top of their lungs, and also a cover of the Allman Brothers “Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More.” Then on Sunday night, rejoined by McCain, they had another surprise in store for the devoted fans and brought out 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 VP full strength spirits David Coors and his wife, Molly, to present a $20,000 donation to ACM Lifting Lives, the philanthropic partner of the Academy of Country Music dedicated to improving lives through the power of music. The donation reflected ticket proceeds from their May 12th Unplugged & Chill acoustic performance at Texas Live! in Arlington, TX.
Old Dominion has been crisscrossing the country on their No Bad Vibes Tour since January, playing high-energy shows in sold-out arenas to thousands of excited fans since the start of 2023. The band will continue filling arenas with the anthems from Memory Lane on the tour, which has been extended throughout 2023 with more than 30 stops.