New version is featured on The Comeback (Deluxe)

Zac Brown Band has collaborated with label-mate Ingrid Andress for a new version of “Any Day Now.” The track will be featured on The Comeback (Deluxe) due September 30th. The band also recently notched their 20th total CMA Awards nomination with a nod in the Vocal Group of the Year category.

Brown enlisted some of his musical friends and heroes for The Comeback (Deluxe) including multi-platinum-selling artist Cody Johnson for “Wild Palomino,” celebrated vocalist Jamey Johnson for “Stubborn Pride (with Marcus King)” and iconic singer/songwriter James Taylor for “Love and Sunsets.” Country superstar Blake Shelton also joins the group for a new version of current single, “Out In The Middle,” which is nearing Top 15 at country radio now.

The group also just announced an upcoming performance at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium for a special, intimate, one-night-only event on September 22nd. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Hop On A Cure in its efforts to help fund research toward making amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) a “thing of the past.” The foundation was established by one of the band’s founding members, John Driskell “Hop” Hopkins, who was diagnosed with ALS earlier this year.

The band recently made their 13th visit to Boston’s Fenway Park, where they hold the record for most consecutive sold out shows and were inducted into the Fenway Park Music Hall of Fame. They are set to visit more iconic venues in the coming months, including Citi Field in New York on August 18th and the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on November 4th.

Upon release, The Comeback jumped to the No. 1 spot on the Current Country Albums Sales chart and was the Top New Country Album Release. Lead singer Zac Brown boasts a co-writer credit on every song and also co-produced the entire record alongside frequent collaborator Ben Simonetti.