Cody Johnson @ The Monument

Get ready Rapid City, to sing and dance with Cody Johnson ‘Til You Can’t‘ at the Monument on September 9th! He’s also bringing country powerhouse Randy Houser along with him! Join the CoJo Nation for this one night special event! Tickets go on sale June 3rd from The Monument!

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About Cody Johnson: [Via Cody Johnson Music online]

It might be daunting to launch a massive endeavor like a double album, but not for country superstar Cody Johnson, an artist MusicRow predicts “just might be the future of real country music.” For him, it was quite the opposite. “I literally felt like I was just window shopping.  Like I was a millionaire in a diamond shop. I was like, ‘I want that one.  I want that one, I want that one,’” he says. “And then when we added all those songs up, we had 18 that we knew we had to record.”

The brand new 18-track double album Human is stacked top to bottom with songs that Johnson considers ones that were originally dubbed too country for country. When the songwriters told Johnson and his team that the tunes they’d penned were being rejected by other Nashville artists, he said, “Bring those to me.” […]

Human follows his first major-label release, Ain’t Nothin’ to It, which skyrocketed to No. 1 on both the Billboard Top Country Albums and All-Genre Digital Sales charts, also reaching Top 10 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart. It also made history as the third-highest pre-added album of all time in the country music genre on Apple Music at the time of release. Johnson re-recorded one of the project’s standout tracks, “Dear Rodeo,” as a powerful and emotional duet alongside country music icon, Reba McEntire. Described as “a beautiful piece of work” by MusicRow, the song inspired his autobiographical documentary Dear Rodeo: The Cody Johnson Story, which was recently shared in select theaters nationwide. With guest appearances by McEntire, Navy Seal Chris Kyle’s widow Taya (Kyle) and more, the film showcases Johnson’s real-life journey from the dusty rodeo arenas of rural Texas to some of the biggest musical stages in America, explaining how his years on the rodeo circuit fortuitously prepared him for his life as a country star.

Photos Courtesy of Police Productions