Jamey Johnson plans 2-CD set for September
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
– The long-awaited follow-up disc by Jamey Johnson actually will be two discs. "The Guitar Song" will be out Sept. 14 with 25 songs and more than two hours of music.
The album is the follow-up to "That Lonesome Song," which received excellent reviews and catapulted Johnson's career.
Available today at all digital retailers and at Johnson's web site is the song Macon from the forthcoming release. Macon is a southern rock infused song which he will debut on The 2010 CMT Music Awards on Wednesday. Johnson has asked a few surprise guests be part of his performance.
Johnson is making his debut at Bonnaroo on Sunday, June 13 at 2:45 p.m. at That Tent.
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