Tuesday, March 14, 2023 - 11:30am

Two shows on Ian Munsick: Long Live Cowgirls Tour Impacted

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Ian Munsick has been placed on vocal rest by his physician and is rescheduling one of his upcoming shows this week (and is no long performing at Sugar Festival) as first shared direct to his fans on social media on Tuesday (March 14).

“My doctor has advised me to go on vocal rest, so I have made the difficult decision to reschedule this week’s show in Atlanta, and unfortunately have to back-out of playing Clewiston Sugar Festival,” Munsick said in a statement on Instagram. “Thank you for understanding, and w
e’ll see you soon! On the bright side, we’ve added The Munsick Boys, Ryan Charles and 49 Winchester to the Long Live Cowgirls Tour this spring along with Ashland Craft and Ned LeDoux.”

His Long Live Cowgirls Tour stop — featuring Ashland Craft — in Atlanta, Georgia at Buckhead Theatre this Thursday (March 16) has been rescheduled for Sunday, Aug. 13 while Saturday’s (March 18) appearance at the Clewiston Sugar Festival has been cancelled. 

The tour had also previously been extended into spring 2023 after 12 sold-out shows including Billy Bob’s Texas, the Mill & Mine in Knoxville and The Factory in Saint Louis; and includes upcoming stops at Liberty First Credit Arena in Ralston, Nebraska on April 15, Stagecoach Festival on April 28 and Mission Ballroom in Denver, Colorado on May 6.

Munsick is set to release his sophomore album for Warner Music Nashville, White Buffalo, on Friday, April 7 and headlines an already-sold-out performance at the historic Ryman Auditorium on May 16. “If there’s one building that embodies the spirit of country music, it’s the Ryman," shares Munsick. "Getting to play my new album White Buffalo front to back for the very first time on the most legendary stage in country music - AND to get to do that in front of a sold-out crowd - will be an unforgettable experience.”

See his announcement about his postponed show 

Long Live Cowgirls 2023 Tour + More:
April 14 // Clive, IA // Horizon Events Center #
April 15 // Ralston, NE // Liberty First Credit Union Arena #
April 25 // Tucson, AZ // Rialto Theatre $+
April 26 // Tempe, AZ // Marquee Theatre $
April 28 // Indio, CA // Stagecoach Festival ^
May 4 // Billings, MT // First Interstate Arena at MetraPark #@
May 6 // Denver, CO // Mission Ballroom #
May 16 // Nashville, TN // Ryman Auditorium #
Aug. 13 // Atlanta, GA // Buckhead Theatre *rescheduled from March 16

# With Ned LeDoux
With Ryan Charles
@ With The Munsick Boys

+ With 49 Winchester
^  Festival date

White Buffalo Track Listing:
1. From The Horse’s Mouth (Ian Munsick, David Ryan Harris, Dave Villa)
2. Arrowhead (Ian Munsick, Chris LaCorte, Cary Barlowe)
3. River Run (Ian Munsick, Jeremy Spillman, Ryan Beaver)
4. Ranch Hand (Ian Munsick, Jeff Hyde, Jeremy Spillman)
5. Neon Brightside (Ian Munsick, Chase McGill, Jessi Alexander)
6. Long Live Cowgirls (with Cody Johnson) (Ian Munsick, Aby Gutierrez, Phil O’Donnell)
7. Barn Burner (Ian Munsick, Driver Williams, Jeremy Spillman)
8. Dig (Ian Munsick, Dave Villa, Jessi Alexander)
9. More Than Me (Ian Munsick, Carlton Anderson, Casey Beathard, Phil O’Donnell)
10. Little Man (Ian Munsick, Adam James, Ben Simonetti)
11. White Buffalo (Ian Munsick, Jeremy Spillman, Randy Montana)
12. Bluegrass (Ian Munsick, Josh Thompson)
13. Cowshit In The Morning (Ian Munsick, Jeremy Spillman, Luke Laird)
14. Field Of Dreams (feat. Vince Gill) (Ian Munsick, Jeremy Spillman, Vince Gill)
15. Blazin’ (Ian Munsick, Chris LaCorte, Josh Miller)
16. Missin’ Her Play (Ian Munsick, Jamie Paulin, Randy Montana)
17. Horses & Weed (Ian Munsick, Josh Thompson)
18. Indian Paintbrush (Ian Munsick, Marty Stuart, Jeremy Spillman)

About Ian Munsick:
A native son of Wyoming, Ian Munsick is painting a stampeding, spirited portrait of the American West with his sophomore album White Buffalo, due April 7. The 18-track album spans unfiltered tales of romance and ranch life, hard-working anthems with honky tonk hooks and mountain-time odes to family and forever-young fun. It builds upon the spacious, roots-pop beauty he introduced on his major label debut, Coyote Cry. Over the past three years, Munsick has accumulated nearly 400 MILLION global streams and a host of accolades. The 29-year-old has been named an “Artist to Watch” by Spotify, CMT, Fender, MusicRowand more. A seasoned entertainer, having grown up tending cattle by day and playing music in a family band each night, Munsick toured recently alongside country music superstars Morgan Wallen and Cody Johnson. Beyond his noteworthy professional accomplishments, he has also become both a husband and a father. Now the Warner Music Nashville recording artist and multi-instrumentalist is representing his home, and its special cast of people, like never before. The first release from White Buffalo, standout duet “Long Live Cowgirls” (with Cody Johnson), hit No. 1 on SiriusXM’s The Highway Hot 30 Countdown and was named one of Amazon Music’s Best Country Songs of 2022. Fans of Ian Munsick will always find an open heart, natural awe and plainspoken honesty as he rides on… bringing the West to the rest.