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NEWS AND NOTES: Jordan Davis, Chris Stapleton, Anne Wilson, The War And Treaty, Eric Church

NEWS AND NOTES: Jordan Davis, Chris Stapleton, Anne Wilson, The War And Treaty, Eric Church
Anne Wilson
Chris Stapleton
Eric Church
Jordan Davis
The War & Treaty

In addition to performing on next week’s CMA Awards, Jordan Davis is scheduled to perform his latest smash “Tucson Too Late” on ABC’s Live With Kelly & Mark on Monday (November 6th), as well as his multi-week No. 1 “Next Thing You Know” on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.

Chris Stapleton is featured in a cover story for GQ Hype, and the article is also featured inside GQ. He talks about his upcoming album, Higher, which comes out next Friday (November 10th), as well as myriad of other things, including songwriting, his meteoric rise to normally unattainable heights, his office/rehearsal space, collecting instruments and more. He also filmed the GQ Essentials 10 video, which are 10 Things Chris Stapleton Can’t Live Without. A few of those things are a kitchen table chair he took from his parents’ house when he left for Nashville years ago, the 1979 Jeep Cherokee his wife Morgane bought him in Phoenix (and the same Jeep he wrote “Traveller” in on the way home), his late father’s knife collection, his vintage Charlie 1 Horse straw hat and much more.


Anne Wilson is featured in the new K-Love Live from Red Rocks concert event, which can only be seen in movie theaters nationwide on November 6th and 7th. Filmed at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado, the special concert film features live performances, behind-the-scenes content, plus exclusive interviews with Anne, as well as some of today’s top-charting Christian artists, including MercyMe, Zach Williams, Jeremy Camp, We the Kingdom, CAIN, Blessing Offor and Hope Darst. Anne is currently making her way up the country charts with “Rain In The Rearview.”


The War And Treaty will sing the national anthem prior to the Detroit Lions 84th annual Thanksgiving Day Classic matchup against the Green Bay Packers on November 23rd. The traditional Thanksgiving Day game and festivities will air on FOX at 12:30pm ET.

Eric Church is set to headline the Pepsi Rock the South music festival in Cullman, Alabama next year. Jelly Roll and Hardy will also headline different nights. The three-day event, which will take place July 18th-20th, 2024, will also feature performances by Parker McCollum, Priscilla Block, Nelly, Oliver Anthony and more.