Janson gets help from Dolly, Slash
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Janson gets help from Dolly, Slash

Tuesday, May 2, 2023 – Chris Janson will release the song "21 Forever," featuring two Rock & Roll Hall of Fame members, Dolly Parton and Slash.

The song, written by Janson, Tommy Cecil and Tom Douglas, speaks on that transitional time from youthful partying to realizing "you can't be 21 forever."

"I'm so thrilled to announce that two global icons have joined me on my latest song," Janson said. "This is my absolute biggest collaboration to date. Dolly and Slash. It doesn't get any bigger than that. I'm incredibly humbled and grateful for these two. I hope you all enjoy '21 Forever.'"

Janson will release a new album via BMLG/Harpeth 60 Records, early this summer. The lead track off the forthcoming album, "All I Need Is You," is currently impacting country radio.

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