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Keith Whitley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Joe Galante will be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame! The ceremony will be held this fall.

Travis Tritt and Chris Janson Announce Co-Headlining Can’t Miss Tour

 Travis Tritt, and Chris Janson are hitting the road — together! The two Grand Ole Opry members will embark on their co-headlining Can’t Miss Tour on October 7 in Huntington, West Virginia, performing more than a dozen dates across the country, with more dates expected to be announced shortly. War Hippies, the newly-formed duo of Scooter Brown and Donnie…

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Chris Janson Is Pumped to Have Eric Church On His New ‘All In’ Album

Chris Janson‘s ambitious, 16-track All In album is out on Friday, April 30. The record includes collaborations with both Eric Church and Travis Tritt, two of his favorite artists. It was Church who sent Janson “You, Me & The River,” marking the only song on the entire project that Janson didn’t have a hand in writing. “I was coming…

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Chris Janson, Cole Swindell to Headline Ascend Amphitheater at CMA Fest

CMA Fest just added a lot more talent. The four-day music festival, held in Nashville June 9 to 12, has added two nights of music at Ascend Amphitheater, on June 10 and 11. Chris Janson will headline the June 10 show, while Cole Swindell will headline June 11. Other performers for both nights include Boy Named Banjo, LANCO, Peytan…

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Chris Janson Performs ‘Bye Mom’ on ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’ [WATCH]

Chris Janson just took his Top 40 hit, “Bye Mom,” to The Kelly Clarkson Show. The Missouri native gave a stellar acoustic performance of the song, which is from his forthcoming All In album, out on April 29. Janson wrote “Bye Mom” with Brandon Kinney, inspired by the loss of Kinney’s own mother. “When you’re crying more than you’re…

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Chris Janson Is Joined by Eric Church, Travis Tritt for New ‘All In’ Album

Chris Janson‘s upcoming All In album includes a couple of country music superstars. The  16-track album, which was co-produced by Janson, includes a collaboration with Eric Church on “You, Me & The River,” written by Church. Travis Tritt also joins Janson on “Things You Can’t Live Without,” written by Janson, along with David Lee Murphy, Deric Ruttan and Chris…

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Chris Janson to Release ‘All In’ Album This Spring

Chris Janson is going all in on his next album. The Grand Ole Opry member announces he will release his fourth studio album, All In, this spring. The title track is available now. “The title All In epitomizes this album,” Janson says. “There are all kinds of songs on this project, but they all flow together because they are…

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Lady A, Carly Pearce and More Added to Nashville’s New Year’s Eve Celebration

 Nashville is celebrating the end of 2021 with an all-star tribute. New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash will feature plenty of talent, including several recently-announced artists such as Lady A, Carly Pearce, Chris Janson, Sam Hunt, Jon Pardi, Lainey Wilson and more. The new list of artists join previously-announced celebrities, including Jason Aldean, Jimmie Allen, Kelsea Ballerini,…

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Chris Janson Releases Emotional ‘Bye Mom’ Video: WATCH

Chris Janson just released the touching video for his latest single, “Bye Mom.” Written by Janson and Brandon Kinney, the song was inspired by the loss of Kinney’s own mother. “When you’re crying more than you’re writing in a co-write, you know you’ve got something,” Janson tells People of penning the song. “The loss of Brandon’s mother is what…

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Chris Janson Drops Emotional ‘Bye Mom’ Single: LISTEN

Grab an entire box of tissues before listening to Chris Janson‘s new single, “Bye Mom.” The song was written with Janson’s good friend, Brandon Kinney, after Kinney lost his own mom. “Bye Mom” says in part, “That’s just the way it is, When you think you’re grown but you’re still a kid / And you don’t know you’re somebody…

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Chris Janson Invites John Anderson to Perform at Nashville Superspeedway

Chris Janson will have one very special guest joining him at the  pre-race concert at Nashville Superspeedway, ahead of the Ally 400 NASCAR Cup Series race on Sunday, June 20. The “Good Vibes” singer invited John Anderson to join him for the show, making the already historic even even more special for NASCAR and country music fans. “I’m excited…

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