Jamey Johnson Brings Out Cody Jinks and Randy Houser To Cover Some Classic Merle Haggard

by Kati Kuuseoks

Unfortunately, this isn’t the announcement Jamey Johnson fans have been begging for concerning a new album. It’s been almost a decade, but fans will have to be a little more patient on that front. In the meantime, we’ve got other content to share with our Outsiders and it’ll give you a special kind of country nostalgia. Jamey Johnson joins the hoards of country stars using their music for a good cause. Most recently, Dolly Parton raised over $700k for Tennessee flood victims while also signing on to headline the first-ever “Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye” benefit. Luke Combs also used his platform in recent days to remember victims of the Route 91 tragedy.

Jamey Johnson’s cause surrounded the Nikki Mitchell Foundation. At this annual Homecoming Concert for the foundation’s benefit, Johnson brought out Cody Jinks and Randy Houser to cover some classic Merle Haggard. Here’s what went down.

Jamey Johnson Calls on Pals for “My Favorite Memory” and “Think I’ll Just Stay Here & Drink” Covers

The Annual Homecoming Concert took place in Montgomery, Alabama. It directly supported the Nikki Mitchell Foundation, whose mission revolves around combatting pancreatic cancer. Jamey Johnson performed a whole arsenal of iconic songs before calling Cody Jinks and Randy Houser to the stage. Johnson shared part of their performance to his Instagram. You can check it out here:

The pals gave some of Merle Haggard’s classics new life, namely with “My Favorite Memory” and “Think I’ll Just Stay Here & Drink.” Jamey Johnson rocked the stage with his own “This Door Is Always Open” as well as “In Color” and “Mowin’ Down The Roses.” He also covered Waylon Jennings’ “Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way.” Johnson left a link to the Nikki Mitchell Foundation in the caption of his Instagram post. You can access their website here.

Tour Details and Other Charitable Pursuits

Jamey Johnson actually finds himself on the road for a whole host of dates and stops. The singer plays an All-Star Tribute to Lee Greenwood in Hunstville, Alabama tonight. He then plays multiple stops in Georgia and Texas, as well as Arizona, Nevada, and Oklahoma. Actually, the tour extends as far out as April of next year, seeming to wrap up in Florida. All ticketing and venue info can be accessed here.

The Nikki Mitchell Foundation isn’t the only charitable cause Jamey Johnson has supported with his music. This past May, the country star partnered with the Josh Powell Foundation. They also specialize in cancer outreach and fundraising with a focus on sarcoma.

Here’s a quick throwback for ya!