CoJo recently performed little mini-concert session in Huntsville, TX with called the “CMT Campfire Sessions,” featuring the Texas country star, some cold beverages, a campfire, and his fiddle player.
The video was actually filmed on his land, and needless to say Johnson was stoked to be out there in the middle of nowhere, singing some great music:
“I kind of wish every show could be like this, because most nights here at my place I end up sitting out here at this fire pit anyway, and just contemplating what’s going on.
This is pretty soothing, I appreciate everybody who made this possible, because this is like somebody paying you to go to therapy.”
I mean, what better way to get you in the summertime mood by watching Cody Johnson sing around a campfire?
He played songs like “Monday Morning Merle,” “Understand Why,” “Cowboy Life,” and even covered Glen Campbell’s legendary hit song “Wichita Lineman.”
Of course, he had to round out the session with his current single “Dear Rodeo,” which of course, is the inspiration behind his new Dear Rodeo Documentary featuring Reba McEntire.
If you’ve ever heard Johnson’s acoustic stuff on YouTube, social media, or even been lucky enough to hear it in person, you know that he’s the real deal. When you have a guy who can strip it down to nothing and still sound incredible, you know you have something special.