Old Dominion To Release Third Studio Album This Fall
Reigning CMA and ACM Vocal Group of the Year Old Dominion just announced plans to release a brand new album…
Old Dominion; Photo by Mason Allen
Reigning CMA and ACM Vocal Group of the Year Old Dominion just announced plans to release a brand new album this fall.
Announced Monday on ABC’s Good Morning America, the new self-titled set arrives October 25. The group is teaming up once again with longtime collaborator Shane McAnally to co-produce the album and for the first time ever, the band will act as co-producers as well.
Following the success of “Make It Sweet,” which recently became Old Dominion’s seventh No.1 single at country radio, the group announced plans to release “One Man Band” as their next radio single. It’s currently climbing the charts at radio now.
Old Dominion is currently in the midst of their headlining Make It Sweet Tour, which will bring them to various cities across the U.S. throughout the year. The band will also make its way across the pond this fall with a run of dates in Ireland, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
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