Green Bay, WI…COJO Music/Warner Music Nashville country powerhouse, Cody Johnson has just announced 23
new dates for the final part of 2022, including what is sure to be a sold-out show in Green Bay, WI. Cody Johnson,
along with country music mainstay, Randy Houser, and fan favorite, Randall King, will be tearing up the stage at
Resch Center on Saturday, November 12th.

Tickets go on-sale Friday, July 15

online at,

and the Resch Center Box Office.

Cody Johnson is releasing the title track off his sophomore major-label release Human The Double Album to country
radio next month, impacting June 6. “Human,” written by Tony Lane and Travis Meadow, was triumphed by Bob
Oermann in Music Row, “I didn’t think it was possible to follow a perfect performance like “Til You Can’t”, but this
(“Human”) stunning meditation on frailty and mistakes is just as breathtaking. This man is dusted with the glitter of
superstardom.” Billboard praised it as a“gut-punch, heart-on-your-sleeve vulnerability” and People Magazine said the
song is “a vulnerable ballad about mistakes and forgiveness.” “Human” is the second single to be released off the 18-
song project following the highly successful two-week #1 hit “’Til You Can’t.”
Cody introduced “Human” before he performed the song at the iHeart Music Festival in Austin on May 7, “One thing
we all have in common not just in the U.S. but across the world; no matter how you feel about politics, no matter how
you feel about religion, no matter what race you are, no matter how much money you have in your bank account,
whether you dress like me or like you do, one thing we all have in common is the fact we’re Human. We are all the
same. We’ve gone through a lot in this country the last two years. We are all doing this together. We all have struggles
even though they are different. This is why I chose this song to be the next single.” Bobby Bones declared, “Cody
Johnson is the winner of #iHeartCountry2022 Festival for his epic performance.”
“’Til You Can’t” is now certified Platinum by RIAA, bringing his career certifications total to 14, further cementing
the tremendous impact of the “roaring barn burner about seizing today, living with gusto and chasing your dreams no
matter how big” (MusicRow) song. Cody won one of his two recent CMT Music Awards (Male Video of The Year)
for the tune’s official music video and he performed “’Til You Can’t” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy
Fallon and The Kelly Clarkson Show. To date the song has logged nearly 275 million global streams.

ALL 2022 dates listed below:
May. 19 – Rio Rancho Events Center (Rio Rancho, NM) – with Easton Corbin & Ian Munsick
May. 20 – Las Colonias Park Amphitheater (Grand Junction, CO) SOLD OUT – with Easton Corbin & Ian Munsick
May. 21 – Empower Field @ Mile High (Denver, CO) with Luke Combs
Jun. 4 – Lumen Field (Seattle, WA) with Luke Combs
Jun. 16 – Red Hat Amphitheater (Raleigh, NC) SOLD OUT – with Easton Corbin & Ian Munsick
Jun. 17 – Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre (Charlotte, NC) SOLD OUT – with Easton Corbin & Ian Munsick
Jun. 18 – CCNB Amp (Simpsonville, SC) – with Easton Corbin & Ian Munsick
Jun. 23 – Azura Amphitheater (Bonner Springs, KS) with Craig Campbell & Ashland Craft
Jun. 24 – Paycom Center (Oklahoma City, OK) with Craig Campbell & Ashland Craft
Jun. 25 – The Walmart AMP (Rogers, AR) with Craig Campbell & Ashland Craft
Jul. 8 – Country Concert (Fort Loramie, OH)
Jul. 9 – Morgan County Fair (Jacksonville, IL)
Jul. 15 – Fenway Park (Boston, MA) with Zac Brown Band
Jul. 21 – Country Jam (Eau Claire, WI)
Jul. 23 – North Dakota State Fair (Minot, ND)
Jul. 28 – FirstBank Amphitheater (Franklin, TN) with Easton Corbin & Drew Parker – SOLD OUT
Jul. 29 – Von Braun Center (Huntsville, AL) with Easton Corbin & Jorden Rowe
Jul. 30 – Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta, GA) with Luke Combs
Aug. 4 – Horseshoe Amphitheater (Midland, TX) with Chris Colston & The Powell Brothers
Aug. 5 – Starlight Ranch (Amarillo, TX) with Jesse Raub JR & The Powell Brothers
Aug. 6 – Lea County Fairgrounds (Lovington, NM)
Aug. 11 State Fair of West Virginia a (Lewisburg, WV) with Randall King
Aug. 12 Virginia Credit Union LIVE (Richmond, VA) with Dillon Carmichael & Randall King
Aug. 13 1st Summit Arena @Cambria County War Memorial (Johnstown, PA) with Dillon Carmichael & Randall King
Aug. 18 Citi Field (Queens, NY) with Zac Brown Band
Aug. 19 MVP Arena (Albany, NY) with Randy Houser & Drew Parker
Aug. 20 Hudson Fields (Milton, DE) with Randy Houser & Drew Parker
Aug. 26 – Concrete Street (Corpus Christi, TX)
Aug. 27 – Wolf Pen Creek Amp (College Station, TX)
Sept. 8 – Ford Wyoming Center (Casper, WY) with Randy Houser
Sept. 9 – Summit Arena (Rapid City, SD) with Randy Houser
Sept. 10 – Swiftel Center (Brookings, SD) with Randy Houser
Sept. 15 – Mayo Clinic Event Center (Mankato, MN) with Randy Houser
Sept. 16 – Pinnacle Bank Arena (Lincoln, NE) with Randy Houser
Sept. 17 – Ozarks Amphitheater (Camdenton, MO) with Randy Houser
Sept. 23 – Cook’s Garage (Lubbock, TX with Randy Houser
Sept. 24 – Extraco Event Center (Waco, TX) with Randy Houser
Oct. 14 – Real Life Amphitheater (San Antonio, TX) with Randy Houser
Oct. 15 – Panther Island Pavilion (Fort Worth, TX) with Randy Houser
Oct. 21- Mechanics Bank Arena (Bakersfield, CA) with Randy Houser
Oct. 22 – Reno Event Center (Reno, NV) with Randy Houser
Oct. 27 – Extra Mile Arena (Boise, ID) with Randy Houser
Oct. 28 – Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) with Randy Houser
Oct. 29 – Brick Breeden Fieldhouse (Bozeman, MT)
Nov. 10 – Ford Center (Evansville, IN) with Randy Houser
Nov. 11 – NOW Arena (Hoffman Estates, IL) with Randy Houser
Nov. 12 – Resch Center (Green Bay, WI) with Randy Houser
Nov. 17 – Hertz Arena (Fort Myers, FL) with Randy Houser
Nov. 18 – Yuengling Center (Tampa, FL) with Randy Houser
Nov. 26 – Ford Park Arena (Beaumont, TX) with Randy Houser
Dec. 2 – Simmons Bank Arena (North Little Rock, AR) with Randy Houser
Dec. 3 – BOK Center (Tulsa, OK) with Randy Houser
Known for his explosive live shows and electrifying stage presence, COJO Music / Warner Music Nashville Platinum
recording artist Cody Johnson has established a following of passionately loyal fans who regularly sell out shows
across the country. In the last year, Johnson, who MusicRow predicts “just might be the future of real country music,”
has released a critically acclaimed, award-winning feature-length documentary (Dear Rodeo: The Cody Johnson
Story), delivered two celebrated albums (Human The Double Album and A Cody Johnson Christmas), sent his most
successful single to country radio with Platinum-selling, two-week #1 single “’Til You Can’t”, added more RIAA
platinum and gold singles and album certifications, played sold-out concerts and more. In fact, Johnson increased his
worldwide streams by nearly One Billion in 2021, growing from Two Billion to over Three Billion streams and is
averaging 25 million streams per week.

Johnson’s new album Human The Double Album has received tremendous media praise making the ‘best-of’ lists
with All Music (Favorite Country Albums of 2021, Human), Billboard (15 Best Country Songs of 2021, “’Til You
Can’t), Holler (Country Records of the Year, Human), New York Times (Best Album of 2021, Human), Saving
Country Music Best Mainstream Country Albums of 2021, Human), Taste of Country (Best Country Albums of
2021, Human and Top Country Songs of 2021, “’Til You Can’t), Yardbarker’s (Country Music’s Biggest Breakout
Stars of 2021) and more.
With an inimitable voice the New York Times describes as “wholly different, thicker and more throbbing, a caldron
bubbling over,” Randy Houser racked up three consecutive No. 1hits with his album, How Country Feels, plus
earned critical acclaim for his powerful delivery of the Top 5 smash and CMA Song of the Year-nominated “Like A
Cowboy.” Houser added a fourth No. 1 to his catalogue with “We Went” from his 2016 album, Fired Up. Houser’s
fourth studio album, Magnolia, marks a new era for the singer/songwriter which many have called “Houser at his
best.” Listeners got their first taste of Houser’s critically acclaimed rootsy project with the Top 30 hit “What
Whiskey Does,” which debuted at Country radio as #1 Most Added and Rolling Stone immediately dubbed “a
classic tears-and-twang drinking song.” The album which NPR claims is home to “some of the most expressive
performances of his career,” also includes his single, “No Stone Unturned,” a gypsy-hearted traveling song that
Whiskey Riff calls “the best song, from the best album of2019.”

In early 2021 Houser teamed up with good friend Jamey Johnson to share the stage on their unforgettable co-
headlining Country Cadillac Tour. The tour, amongst the first routed tours in 2021 consisted of 18 social distanced

tour dates and a one-of-a-kind live stream: Live from Graceland from the iconic home of Elvis Presley.

One of country’s new crop of modern traditionalists, Warner Music Nashville artist Randall King grew up on the
endless plains of West Texas – and his sound is steeped in their timeless beauty, both gritty and graceful at
the same time. He grew up singing in the back of a ‘93 Chevy Suburban, mimicking the pure-country vocals of
stars like Keith Whitley, George Strait, Alan Jackson and John Anderson and over the years became drawn to
the electrifying energy of modern stars like Eric Church, Dierks Bentley and Jason Aldean. After years of
hustling and a road-warrior’s diet of 150 shows each year, King produced and released the defiant 2016 EP,
Another Bullet, then followed up with a 2018 self-titled album.
Now produced by traditional torchbearers Bart Butler and Ryan Gore (Jon Pardi), King is bringing an organic,
timeless sound to country’s mainstream with his major label debut album Shot Glass. The 11-song collection,
seven of which co-written by King, centers around a night out at a bar, with each track representing a different
point of view of those in the room. With over 120+ million career streams to his name, the Pandora and
Country Now 2022 Country Artist to Watch is looking to the anywhere-and-everywhere future with music that
captures the essence of a Western poet who’s never been afraid to be himself.