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Submitted by Taylor.Thompson on Fri, 09/23/2022 - 14:41
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Any country fan knows that there ain’t nothing wrong with old trucks or cold beer…” but for a Rocky Mountain boy like Ian Munsick, it’s all about the palominos and green. New track “Horses & Weed” from his forthcoming sophomore album is available today (LISTEN HERE). The fiddle-laden tune, which the Wyoming native produced alongside Jared Conrad and wrote with Josh Thompson, extolls the simple freedoms of life out West.  

“Old trucks and cold beer have been staples in country music for almost as long as country music has been around,” Munsick said. “But in my humble opinion, these staples have begun to rust. West of the Mississippi, we have other tools to help get the job done. Horses and weed, if used correctly, can take you to places that machines and fermentation can’t manufacture. I hope this strain of lyrics and melody takes you to greener pastures, far beyond the reaches of trucks and beer.”

“Horses & Weed” is the third new track from Munsick’s next full-length project, due in 2023. His duet “Long Live Cowgirls” with labelmate Cody Johnson topped SiriusXM The Highway’s Hot 30 Countdown and has earned more than 50 million streams. Whiskey Riff praised its “gorgeous, wide-open fiddle… [that] will make you feel like you’re riding a horse through the plains of Texas or… the Rocky Mountains of Colorado” (LISTEN HERE). Faith-driven story song “More Than Me” (LISTEN HERE), meanwhile, intertwines his “signature Rocky Mountain sound” with “romantic lyrics” that make “the heartfelt ballad a perfect wedding hymn” (CMT).

Munsick, who hit the road earlier this year alongside Cody Johnson and Morgan Wallen, will continue to spread the gospel of western country on his own headlining Westwood tour this fall. Joining him on the run, which includes major cities such as Charlotte, Chicago, Denver and Tampa, is fellow Wyoming native Ryan Charles. Visit HERE for ticketing and more information.

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ALL HE NEEDS IS “HORSES & WEED” –  IAN MUNSICK RELEASES NEW TRACK, AVAILABLE NOW
September 23, 2022
ALL HE NEEDS IS “HORSES & WEED” – IAN MUNSICK RELEASES NEW TRACK, AVAILABLE NOW

Any country fan knows that there ain’t nothing wrong with old trucks or cold beer…” but for a Rocky Mountain boy like Ian Munsick, it’s all about the palominos and green. New track “Horses & Weed” from his forthcoming sophomore album is available today (LISTEN HERE). The fiddle-laden tune, which the Wyoming native produced alongside Jared Conrad and wrote with Josh Thompson, extolls the simple freedoms of life out West.  

“Old trucks and cold beer have been staples in country music for almost as long as country music has been around,” Munsick said. “But in my humble opinion, these staples have begun to rust. West of the Mississippi, we have other tools to help get the job done. Horses and weed, if used correctly, can take you to places that machines and fermentation can’t manufacture. I hope this strain of lyrics and melody takes you to greener pastures, far beyond the reaches of trucks and beer.”

“Horses & Weed” is the third new track from Munsick’s next full-length project, due in 2023. His duet “Long Live Cowgirls” with labelmate Cody Johnson topped SiriusXM The Highway’s Hot 30 Countdown and has earned more than 50 million streams. Whiskey Riff praised its “gorgeous, wide-open fiddle… [that] will make you feel like you’re riding a horse through the plains of Texas or… the Rocky Mountains of Colorado” (LISTEN HERE). Faith-driven story song “More Than Me” (LISTEN HERE), meanwhile, intertwines his “signature Rocky Mountain sound” with “romantic lyrics” that make “the heartfelt ballad a perfect wedding hymn” (CMT).

Munsick, who hit the road earlier this year alongside Cody Johnson and Morgan Wallen, will continue to spread the gospel of western country on his own headlining Westwood tour this fall. Joining him on the run, which includes major cities such as Charlotte, Chicago, Denver and Tampa, is fellow Wyoming native Ryan Charles. Visit HERE for ticketing and more information.

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