Mar 26

Amid COVID-19 quarantine blues, Old Dominion are reliving their 2018 Ryman show

ABC/Image Group LALike their country music peers, Old Dominion have had to cancel their spring 2020 tour dates due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, and they miss their fans. 

“With everything going on, we’re missing playing for y’all,” the band wrote on social media. “The shows lift us up more than you know.”

In order to ease their loneliness, and make their fans smile, the band plans to relive a particularly memorable concert. In September of 2018, Old Dominion headed to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium stage, bringing special guests Kenny ChesneyKelsea BalleriniSam Hunt and Michael Ray along for the ride. 

“It was one for the ages,” they said of that show. “We figured we’d take the audio (mistakes and all!) and stream it for you to listen to wherever you are. Hopefully it’ll be a small distraction from everything else.”

The show will stream on Old Dominion’s YouTube channel on Friday at 12PM CT.

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We Miss y’all. The shows lift us up more than you know. In 2018 we played an OD and Friends show at @theryman and had some buddies join us. It was one for the ages. We’ll stream the audio (mistakes and all!)on YouTube FRI @ Noon CT – crank it! https://t.co/yEttCAZbC8 pic.twitter.com/CLOL1dJJeQ

— Old Dominion (@OldDominion) March 25, 2020