ZBB, Andress join forces "Any Day Now"
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ZBB, Andress join forces "Any Day Now"

Friday, September 16, 2022 – Zac Brown Band collaborated with label-mate Ingrid Andress for a brand new version of "Any Day Now" out today

The track is on "The Comeback (Deluxe)" due Sept. 30.

Brown enlisted some of his musical friends for the deluxe version including Cody Johnson for "Wild Palomino," Jamey Johnson for "Stubborn Pride (with Marcus King)" and James Taylor for "Love and Sunsets."

Blake Shelton also joins the group for a new version of current single, "Out In The Middle," which is nearing Top 15 at country radio now.

ZBB also announced an upcoming performance at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium on Sept. 22.

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CD review - The Comeback If you have even a passing familiarity of Zac Brown's personal history starting around 2018, you know the inspiration for this CD's title. First, Brown's 12-year marriage collapsed. Then, the world shook its collective head when he released a solo pop record ("Controversy") simultaneous to a ZBB release ("The Owl"). Why saturate the market with oneself, especially when the solo outing was a mess? The cover of that pop/hip-hop experimentation said it all: Brown, ...
CD review - Lady Like When it comes to the love department, life seemingly has not very kind at all to Ingrid Andress. That's more than apparent for Andress on her eight-song EP debut. She sure thinks a lot about love and its associated problems, but nothing quite seems to go right when it comes to affairs of the heart. What does go right, however, are the songs. Andress is unsure of a relationship's "blurred lines" ("Both") or just looking to rekindle a faded relationship and maybe ...
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