Buy Morris, and get "Rich"
Friday, May 13, 2016
– Maren Morris is releasing a new song today - but only to those who pre-order who upcoming CD, "Hero."
"Rich" is the fifth and final song that fans will receive with their "Hero" preorder before the album is out on Sony Nashville on June 3. The hit single "My Church," "80's Mercedes," "Drunk Girls Don't Cry" and "I Wish I Was" are the other songs being pre-released from the CD. However, the four additional songs were on Morris' five-song EP out last year.
Morris is touring this summer with Keith Urban's RipCORD World Tour 2016 beginning June 2 in Kansas City, Kansas.
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