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Cody Johnson

with special guests Easton Corbin and Ian Munsick


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Cody Johnson with special guest Easton Corbin and featuring Ian Munsick
Nov 20, 2021 | 7:30 PM

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Cody Johnson is back at Hartman Arena and he's bringing special guests Eaton Corbin and Ian Munsick!

Cody Johnson’s highly anticipated return to the stage includes two sold-out shows at Nashville’s famed Ryman Auditorium. Fellow neo-traditional country mainstay Easton Corbin and Spotify Hot Country 2021 “Artist To Watch” Ian Munsick join Johnson for many of the dates.

“There are few feelings more amazing than being on stage with my friends in front of all our fans,” Johnson says. “I can’t tell you how excited the whole gang is to finally be back on the road playing country music for you.” Johnson also recently released the new song “Sad Songs and Waltzes,” a retelling of Willie Nelson’s 1973 classic featuring the global icon himself. Fresh off his 2019 No. 1 album, AIN'T NOTHIN' TO IT, Johnson released the song with more exciting news — a new, 18- track double album will be coming in the Fall. Johnson has amassed more than 2.1 billion streams of his music, racking up two New Male Artist of the Year nominations at the Academy of Country Music Awards and a New Artist of the Year nomination at the Country Music Association Awards.

In addition to Johnson’s new duet with Willie Nelson, the singer recently collaborated with Reba McEntire on “Dear Rodeo,” a song that inspired the new autobiographical documentary film Dear Rodeo: The Cody Johnson Story. Johnson’s new tour kicks off on June 17 at The Country Fest in Lawrence, OH.


DATE: Saturday, November 20th, 2021
DOORS: 6:30 PM
TIME: 7:30 PM
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Ticket Prices Starting at $38 / VIP Available

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ABOUT CODY JOHNSON

Cody Johnson - 'Til You Can't

IT’S CODY JOHNSON’S TIME.

After landing two releases in the Top 10 of Billboard’s country albums chart on his own CoJo label and selling 74,000 tickets for a single show, to earn recognition as the only unsigned artist in history to sell out NRG Stadium at RodeoHouston, one of Texas’ most-sought-after talents finally agreed to sign with a major label.

Warner Music Nashville won a Music Row sweepstakes and enticed Johnson – who’d turned down several majors before – to join the team and take a shot at turning a concert success story into one with multimedia, national hit-making cred.

Johnson’s passionate, rowdy concerts have already drawn comparisons to Garth Brooks, and the music from his previous albums – inspired by ‘90s country foundations, but built for the 21stcentury – has made him a familiar presence on Texas and Oklahoma red-dirt radio.

Johnson’s introductory Warner project, Ain’t Nothin’ to It, ups the ante. After writing the bulk of his previous material, he put out word in Nashville that he was open to songs from other sources, and the results were astonishing. A-list writers – including Chris Stapleton, Radney Foster and Brothers Osborne guitarist John Osborne – came to the table with songs that suited Johnson’s life and disposition. Music fans who are just now coming to the table will get a quick understanding of Johnson, from the rowdy troublemaker in the swampy “Doubt Me Now” to the devoted family man in the title track to the self-penned ex-bull rider in “Dear Rodeo” to the devoted Christian in “His Name Is Jesus.”

Johnson wears his musical influences on his sleeve – referencing George Strait in “When Cowboys Were King,” Alan Jackson and Tim McGraw in “Y’all People” and Johnny Cash, Jackson Browne and Bruce Springsteen in “Monday Morning Merle.” Two choice covers further meld his personality with his musical taste. “Husbands and Wives,” a song that recognizes the day-to-day difficulties of holding a marriage together, is Johnson’s way of tipping a hat to one of country’s ultimate songwriters, the late Roger Miller. And “Long Haired Country Boy” has The Cody Johnson Band playing up his rebel side with a song established by The Charlie Daniels Band (yes, that’s the CJB covering the CDB). But Johnson’s version is filtered through the grizzly tone of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr. and Brantley Gilbert. READ MORE

ABOUT EASTON CORBIN

Easton Corbin - "Didn't Miss A Beat"

“Turn up a little Conway Twitty,” Easton Corbin croons in his distinctive Southern drawl on the latest single “Turn Up.” Within the track, Corbin blends traditional instrumentation with modern-day production alongside vivid country storytelling for a sound that is uniquely his.

Corbin exudes country. His distinctive baritone has been gracing airwaves for the past decade as his chart-topping debut single “A Little More Country Than That” established Corbin as a mainstay on the country charts. Billboard’s 2010 Top New Country Artist would go on to garner another No. 1 hit with the feel-good “Roll With It” as well as seven top 10 singles, further distinguishing himself from other male vocalists as a tried-and-true country traditionalist who weaves timeless story songs together while tipping his hat to the classic country artists who have come before him.

“That’s what I love and that’s what I do,” he says of his passion for traditional country music. “For me, it's about keeping one foot in the traditional and one foot in the modern and marrying those two. I’m a country singer: That's one of the things that I take pride in. I try to hone that craft and try to represent that.”

While 2020 marks the 10th anniversary of “A Little More Country Than That” achieving No. 1 status, Corbin shows no sign of slowing down with the release of his infectious new single “Turn Up” and more new music on the way. He promises a “wide array” of songs that include fiddle and pedal steel. As he embarks on a new chapter as an independent artist, Corbin says “A Little More Country Than That” still reflects who he is as an artist and where he sees his career going.

“That's really how I grew up,” he says of his career-defining song. “‘A Little More Country Than That’ radiates with me and my band as well because that really is who I am. That's where I came from, that's what I am. It’s just as important now as it was then, because that's the one that started it all for me. That’s definitely a staple of an Easton Corbin show. I think it also defines my audience and who they are.” READ MORE

ABOUT IAN MUNSICK

Ian Munsick - Long Haul

Breathing fresh Rocky Mountain air into the Nashville music scene, Ian Munsick is pioneering a new brand of country. The Wyoming-born singer / songwriter’s upbringing was a mix of working the ranch and working crowds. Under the tutelage of their fiddle-playing father, Ian and his two older brothers grew up playing everything from bluegrass to The Beatles. Incorporating elements across genres, he has now begun to establish himself as a progressive artist with an old soul. Captivated by traditional lyrical truth and the modern soundscape, Ian followed his ear to Music City.

In 2017 he released a self-titled EP, winning iHeartRadio’s Rocky Mountain Song of the Year for the rootsy “Horses Are Faster” and becoming the only artist who simultaneously qualified two tracks as finalists in the NSAI/CMT songwriting competition. Equipped with a full ready-for-release collection of songs, the 27-year-old signed his first major label deal earlier this year with Warner Music Nashville. His upcoming debut album Coyote Cry features his mile-high tenor underscoring self-penned songs that conjure equal parts epic adventure and down-to-earth wisdom. The record marks the dawn of western pop-laced country, pulling a thread straight from Chris LeDoux through Post Malone. Ian’s first WMN release “Long Haul,” a favorite from Coyote Cry, is due to drop September 18 and with it, western country is reborn. READ MORE

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Hartman Arena is located North of Park City, KS, just 8 miles from downtown Wichita. Located on I-135, Hartman Arena is conveniently accessed via the 77th St or 85th St exits.

Hartman Arena’s Clear Bag Policy will be in effect for this event. Each ticketed guest can carry one large clear bag (either a one-gallon plastic storage bag or a 14" by 14" by 6" clear bag) plus a small clutch purse (5.5” x 8.5”) For more details click HERE.

Backpacks (including backpack style diaper bags), of any size or purpose, strollers, and car seats, are NOT allowed in Hartman Arena.

Click HERE to see a full list of prohibited items.
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