Big & Rich get ready for football
Monday, June 6, 2011
– Big & Rich, is shooting their new intro for their hit song Coming to Your City
on ESPN's College GameDay show today at Full Sail University in Florida.
The song has been the theme song for College GameDay, which is entering its 25th season - for six consecutive years and includes revised lyrics for the season's top college teams. The intro includes a special guest appearance from Cowboy Troy and Two Foot Fred.
Big & Rich's new single, Fake ID impacts radio today and is available at all digital retailers.
This summer, Big & Rich will be out on a summer tour, Xtreme Muzik The Tour, co-headlining with Gretchen Wilson and featuring special guests Cowboy Troy and Two Foot Fred.
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