Riley Green Hits The Gym To Get In Shape Ahead Of Underwear Model Gig In New Gildan Commercial

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I guess theres always the “underwear model” option for Riley Green if the whole music thing doesn’t work out.

He made his debut as an underwear model for Gildan in August on National Underwear Day (apparently that’s a thing), which is a clothing line that makes all sorts of staples like t-shirts, socks and of course, underwear.

Riley previously admitted that the experience was a little uncomfortable, but that he wasn’t just modeling underwear during the photo shoot, and is also promoting some of their other basics like plain t-shirts and such:

“I wasn’t really in my underwear the whole day, they got t-shirts and socks to make other stuff.”

He also admits that it wasn’t something he planned on doing at 34, but he joked that he’s “for sale” if somebody wants to pay him to model their underwear…

Like I said before, the whole Gildan marketing team deserves a raise:

And apparently, they didn’t just shoot pictures.

There are a couple of commercial ads to go along with the photo campaign, and let’s just say they’re pretty easy on the eyes.

The longer ad features Riley’s “manager” telling him he got the Gildan sponsorship Riley wanted, and Riley immediately hangs up on the call, saying he’s got “work to do” to get in shape before the shoot day.

You see shots of him working out pretty hard in the gym, prepping for the big day… only to find out he doesn’t actually have to take his shirt off for the photos (but fear not, he does during his workouts so you’re not missing out):

This one shows Riley getting dressed before taking the stage before a show, of course wearing his trusty Gildan underwear.

You’re welcome, ladies…

And in addition to this new venture, which might be the greatest pairing in country music since Waylon and Willie (I kid, I kid, kind of…), Riley is gearing up to release his sophomore studio album Ain’t My Last Rodeo next month.

Riley Green Reveals Tracklist For Sophomore Studio Album ‘Ain’t My Last Rodeo,’ Including Tim McGraw Cover & Jelly Roll Feature

The tracklist is HERE.

Riley Green’s sophomore studio album Ain’t My Last Rodeo is slated to drop on October 13th, and we oficially have the full 12-song tracklist.

Longtime fans of Riley will be excited to see the already fan-favorites like “They Don’t Make ‘Em Like That No More” and “Ain’t Like I Can Hide It” made the cut, in addition to the previously-released singles in “Mississippi Or Me” and a reimagined version of “Different ‘Round Here” with Luke Combs, also Riley’s current single at country radio.

There will also be a feature from Jelly Roll on “Copenhagen In A Cadillac,” and Riley already released a cover of Tim Mcgraw’s “Damn Country Music,” as well:

Riley says this record represents exactly who he is, adding that it’s the first time he’s really been able to put together a cohesive record from top to bottom, and he can’t wait for fans to hear it soon:

“I was fortunate enough to grow up within about three miles of my grandparents, so they were a huge part of my growing up and who I am—and this album is a lot of who I am.

This is really the first time I was able to really take my time, write and record songs that really felt like a cohesive album—I’m really proud of it and want to thank the fans for all of their encouragement—I hope y’all enjoy it.”

He put out his major label debut record Different ‘Round Here in 2019, so needless to say, fans (myself included) have been waiting quite a while for a new project, and I can’t wait to hear it soon.

You can check out the full tracklist below.

Ain’t My Last Rodeo tracklist:

“Damn Country Music” – (Jessi Alexander, Cary Barlowe, Josh Thompson)
“They Don’t Make ‘Em Like That No More” – (Riley Green, Chris Lindsey, Aimee Mayo)
“Mississippi Or Me” – (Riley Green, Tyler Reeve, Josh Thompson)
“Different ‘Round Here (featuring Luke Combs)” – (Riley Green, Randy Montana, Jonathan Singleton)
“Ain’t Like I Can Hide It” – (Riley Green, Chris Dubois, Bobby Pinson)
“Copenhagen In A Cadillac (featuring Jelly Roll)” – (Riley Green, Erik Dylan, Wyatt McCubbin)
“Damn Good Day To Leave” – (Riley Green, Erik Dylan, Jonathan Singleton, Nick Walsh)
“My Last Rodeo” – (Riley Green)
“Workin’ On Me” – (Riley Green, Rhett Akins, Randy Montana)
“Raised Up Right” – (Riley Green, Jeremy Bussey, Chris Dubois, Lynn Hutton)
“God Made a Good Ol’ Boy” – (Riley Green, Erik Dylan, Wyatt McCubbin, Jonathan Singleton)
“Ain’t My Damn To Give” – (Tucker Beathard, Ben Simonetti, Jonathan Singleton)

I think I’m possibly most excited for the studio cut of this one, because it’s been one of my favorite unreleased Riley songs for a while now…

“They Don’t Make Them Like That No More”

“Mississippi or Me”

“Different ‘Round Here (ft. Luke Combs)”


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