What Are Your Country Music Predictions For 2022?

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Well we’ve almost made it through another one.

After the hell that was 2020, everybody came into 2021 expecting big things and hoping that things were finally going to get better.

And to some extent they definitely did. Live music came back, with massive festivals, stadium shows and arena tours finally making their return.

But just as touring was finally getting back into full swing, we had the delta variant (remember that one?) come along and shut down some tours, and now we’ve got omicron messing with our college football bowl season and threatening to shut things down once again.

So yeah, it’s been an unpredictable year.

We’ve already recapped everything that 2021 brought us on the music side of things – the good, the bad and the ugly.

If you missed them, don’t forget to check out our Top 40 Albums Of 2021 and Three Worst “Country” Songs of 2021.

But now it’s time to look forward to 2022. And as impossible as the madness of 2021 would have been to predict, we want to hear your country music predictions for 2022.

Who’s going to break out in the new year? Which albums are we going to be talking about this time next year? Who’s going to get their first number one, win their first CMA Award? Which artists do you think are going to collaborate, or head out on tour together? Will 2022 finally be the year that Florida Georgia Line breaks up, or Sam Hunt drops a full blown country album? Will we finally found out where Garth hid the bodies?

Whatever you think is going to happen in 2022 as far as country music goes, we want to hear about it.

You can drop your predictions in the form down below, or just leave them as a comment on Facebook or Twitter.

Either way, give us what you’ve got on your radar, and we’ll compile some of the best and even drop in some of our own.

So let’s hear it: What are your country music predictions for 2022?

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