Post Malone Tips His Cap To Tyler Childers With “Whitehouse Road” Cover At Stagecoach

Post Malone country music

The Post Malone country music era is upon us.

It’s no secret that Post Malone is a country music fan and has been one since before it was the cool thing to do (looking at you Lana Del Rey). Hell, there’s an interview of him from back in 2015 (before he had a single face tat) where he names the late Toby Keith, and King George Strait, as dream collaborations for him.

His love for Shania is second to none, we’ve seen him jam out with Dwight Yoakam and Billy Strings, play some Hank Williams and Johnny Cash, hang out with Luke and Carrie, and he even rocked a Dolly Parton suit at Bonnaroo, I mean, the guy probably knows more about classic country than half the artists in the mainstream right now.

Don’t even get me started on his cover of Sturgill Simpson ‘s “You Can Have The Crown.”

However, after years of laying the groundwork so to speak, Post seems to finally be making the moves towards a country music project.

He’s teased studio work with Morgan Wallen and Luke Combs, recorded some Joe Diffie classics for Hardy’s Hixtape Difftape, recorded his cover of Brad Paisley’s “I’m Gonna Miss Her” for Amazon Music, performed Hank Williams at the Mother Church, the Ryman Auditorium… it’s happening people.

Last night, he performed at Stagecoach, one of the largest country music festivals on the planet, and treated fans to a set that exclusively featured country music covers. Featuring special guests Brad Paisley, Sara Evans, Dwight Yoakam and more, it was quite the show.

But in addition to those stellar country hits from the ’90s, Post honored another country music great, one you probably won’t hear on country radio… Tyler Childers.

Performing the Childers fan favorite, “Whitehouse Road,” it definitely was one of the highlights of the set. Check it out:

@postyluv @Post Malone performing White House Road by @Tyler Childers! He did good. I think Tyler would approve. That’s a collab i want to see. #postmalone Posty is his own genre! He has fun and loves music. #stagecoachfestival ♬ original sound – Posty Luv

And while you’re here, cue up the original:

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A beer bottle on a dock