Old Dominion Announces Release of EP Titled “Memory Lane”
Old Dominion announces a new EP titled “Memory Lane” released everywhere on June 23rd.
Old Dominion recently set the stage for their new EP with the single “I Should Have Married You.” Earlier this year, the band opened up the world of Memory Lane with the Memory Lane (Sampler) that included the title track and three new songs (“Ain’t Got A Worry,” “Freedom Like You,” and “Easier Said With Rum”).
These fan favorites stoked anticipation for the full project, tallying over 60 million streams and counting. T
his new eight-track body of work will also boast a trio of previously unreleased so-to-be anthems, namely “Some Horses,” “Love Drunk and Happy,” and “How Good Is That.”
This past weekend, Old Dominion returned to the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO for a sold-out two-night stand at the legendary venue—their first appearance on this hallowed ground since 2019.
They welcomed 18+K fans throughout two rapturous performances. Plus, Edwin McCain made a surprise appearance on Saturday evening to duet on two songs with the guys including his big Top 10 hit “I’ll Be,” which brought the crowd to their feet and had the whole audience singing along at the top of their lungs, and also a cover of the Allman Brothers “Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More”.
Then on Sunday night, rejoined by Edwin, they had another surprise in store for the devoted fans and brought out NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning for a crowd-pleasing cover of “Pink Houses”.