Cody Jinks, Cody Johnson, Cody Cannon And Cody Canada Should Form A Texas Country Supergroup Called “CODY”

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Who heard it?

And now, some 1.3k likes later, the people have spoken.

No doubt about it, this year has been one big flaming bag of dogshit that some neighborhood punk left on your porch and you answered the door in flip flops (because you were sitting out by your shitty blow up pool). You kinda didn’t know what to do so you stomped it out anyway. Now you have half-melted flip flops, minor burns on your feet and you smell like dog shit…. paint that picture with your imagination brush and that’s pretty much what 2020 has felt like.

And while I sit here dreaming about better days, I’m also dreaming about the return of Turnpike and the formation of a Texas country supergroup simple called “CODY.” Yep, all caps, very important.

Country music has been gracious to us in the past year or so with the formation of The Highwomen (composed of Brandi Carlile, Amanda Shires, Maren Morris and Natalie Hemby) and also The Panhandlers (composed of Josh Abbott, William Clarke Green, Cleto Cordero of Flatland Cavalry and John Baumann). Not to mention Pistol Annies (composed of Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley) who put out a record in 2018.

Yep, it’s been a good run for country music supergroups and CODY would be the icing on the cake.

You have Cody Johnson and Cody Jinks to bring the traditional Texas country, meanwhile Whiskey Myers frontman and Cody Canada will turn up the rock and roll. Of course Cody Jinks has a metal background so his rock influence doesn’t go unnoticed as well. Put them all together and you have a rock solid country/southern rock group composed of some of the absolute best in the business.

If anything can save us from this shitstorm, I think CODY can.

Of course, you won’t be able to see them perform until 2021 or 2022, or the way things are going right now… 2025…

Like I said… who heard it?

 Cody Jinks

Cody Johnson

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Cody Cannon (of Whiskey Myers)

Cody Canada

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