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Park City, KS…. Cody Johnson is set to headline Hartman Arena on Friday, January 10th at 7:30.

While selling out shows from coast to coast, Cody Johnson caught the attention of Nashville music executives leading to his
recent record deal with Warner Music Nashville and the release of Cody’s first WMN album. Ain’t Nothin’ To It
debuted in 2019 as the #1 album on the Billboard Chart, as well as #1 in digital album sales for all genres. The
album’s first single, “On My Way to You”, has over 50 million On-Demand Streams and has spent over 34 weeks
on the Billboard 100. Tickets for the show will be available Friday, October 4th at 10am and can be purchased at, the Hartman Arena Box Office or the Ticketmaster app.

After landing two releases in the Top 10 of Billboard’s country albums chart on his own CoJo label and selling
74,000 tickets for a single show, to earn recognition as the only unsigned artist in history to sell out NRG
Stadium at RodeoHouston, one of Texas’ most-sought-after talents finally agreed to sign with a major label.
Warner Music Nashville won a Music Row sweepstakes and enticed Johnson – who’d turned down several
majors before – to join the team and take a shot at turning a concert success story into one with multimedia,
national hit-making cred.

Johnson’s passionate, rowdy concerts have already drawn comparisons to Garth Brooks, and the music from his
previous albums – inspired by ‘90s country foundations but built for the 21st century – has made him a familiar
presence on Texas and Oklahoma red-dirt radio.

Johnson’s introductory Warner project, Ain’t Nothin’ to It, ups the ante. After writing the bulk of his previous
material, he put out word in Nashville that he was open to songs from other sources, and the results were
astonishing. A-list writers – including Chris Stapleton, Radney Foster and Brothers Osborne guitarist John
Osborne – came to the table with songs that suited Johnson’s life and disposition. Music fans who are just now
coming to the table will get a quick understanding of Johnson, from the rowdy troublemaker in the swampy
“Doubt Me Now” to the devoted family man in the title track to the self-penned ex-bull rider in “Dear Rodeo” to
the devoted Christian in “His Name Is Jesus.”

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