Jinks announces new album on his own label
Thursday, August 15, 2019
– Texas country singer Cody Jinks announced he would release "After The Fire" on Oct. 11 on his own label, Late August Records.
After being with Rounder Records for "Lifers" in 2018, the 10-song collection will be the debut offering from the label. Jinks released his previously six albums on his own label as well, Cody Jinks Music. His best-known song is "I'm Not the Devil."
The track listing is:
1. After The Fire
2. Ain't A Train
3. Yesterday Again
4. Tell Em What It's Like
5. Think Like You Think
6. William and Wanda
7. One Good Decision
8. Dreamed With One
9. Someone To You
10. Tonedeaf Boogie
Tour dates are:
Aug. 15-16 Emerson Colonial Theatre Boston, MA
Aug. 20 Kegs Canaldside Jordan, NY
Aug. 21 Town Ballroom Buffalo, NY
Aug. 22 Concord Music Hall Chicago, IL
Aug. 23 Peoria Civic Center Peoria, IL
Aug. 25 Nebraska State Fair Grand Island, NE
Sept. 6- 7 Hard Rock Tulsa, OK
Sept. 13 BankPlus Amphitheater (with Lynyrd Skynyrd) Southaven, MS
Sept. 14 Ameris Bank Amphitheatre (with Lynyrd Skynyrd) Alpharetta, GA
Sept. 26 Oak Mountain Amphitheatre Pelham, AL
Sept. 27 Brandon Amphitheater (with Lynyrd Skynyrd) Brandon, MS
Sept. 28 The Wharf Amphitheater (with Lynyrd Skynyrd) Orange Beach, AL
Oct. 11 Concrete Street Amphitheater Corpus Christi, TX
Oct. 12 Sam Houston Race Park Houston
Nov. 9 Fabulous Fox St Louis
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