It feels like it’s been a lifetime since Jamey Johnson has put out new music.
The country artist we all know and love hasn’t put an album since 2012, and we’ve all been waiting desperately to hear some new stuff from the legend.
Back in May, his steel player “Cowboy” Eddie Long said a new album was on the way. Jamey quickly shut that down saying he’s in no rush to put out new music, and he wants to make sure he’s putting out something great for his fans at the end of the day.
Although it still may be a while before we get a new Jamey Johnson record, we still have his incredible live performances to enjoy.
And his latest live performance? It was for a great cause.
Jamey returned to Montgomery, Alabama for his annual Homecoming Concert benefitting the Nikki Mitchell Foundation, a non-profit charity in Nashville that raises money and awareness for pancreatic cancer.
The concert featured performances from Cody Jinks, Randy Houser, Jarrod Niemann, Taylor Hicks, Dennis Quaid, and more.
Jamey played a number of legendary songs, including “Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way” by Waylon Jennings, his own “Mowin’ Down The Roses,” “This Door Is Always Open,” and “In Color.”
And then, he brought out Cody Jinks and Randy Houser for Merle Haggard’s “My Favorite Memory” and “Think I’ll Just Stay Here & Drink.”