Ian Munsick and Cody Johnson Send Fans Into a Frenzy with Announcement Of Duet, ‘Long Live Cowgirls’

Ian Munsick, Cody Johnson; Photos Courtesy Warner Music Nashville
Ian Munsick, Cody Johnson; Photos Courtesy Warner Music Nashville
Ian Munsick, Cody Johnson; Photos Courtesy Warner Music Nashville

Ian Munsick and Cody Johnson are teaming up to release a “true country and western ballad” called “Long Live Cowgirls,” and fans are losing their minds over the news. 

Munsick and Johnson revealed the news via social media on Monday and their posts were flooded by comments from fans who couldn’t wait to hear the new track. 

“I already know this is gonna be 🔥,” wrote one Instagram user, while another declared, “This is the greatest thing I’ve seen this year.” 

Another fan called it a “dream duo” and several others simply responded with the praise hands emoji. The post raked in over 37,000 likes in less than 24 hours. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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“Long Live Cowgirls” was co-written by Munsick alongside Aby Gutierrez and Phil O’Donnell.

According to a press release, the much-anticipated track will feature lyrics such as: “Like a paint-colored mustang, she’s fast and she’s wild / Stop a runaway freight train with her high-country smile / She’s tough as December, salt-of-the-Earth / make you fall like September, long live cowgirls.” 

Munsick and Johnson first teamed up in the fall of 2021 when Munsick was a special guest on Johnson’s headlining tour. 

“When I think of modern country and western music, I think of Cody Johnson,” Munsick shared in a statement. “The way he pays respect to the tradition of the genre yet puts his own stamp on it is what has drawn me to his music for the last 10 years. ‘Long Live Cowgirls’ is a testament to the western way of life and how it’s still thriving today. There’s no one out there who represents that lifestyle better than CoJo.” 

“Long Live Cowgirls” is available for pre-save now and officially drops on Friday, January 28. 

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