Zach Bryan Surprise Drops New Live Album ‘All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster’: Stream It Now
” “I believe that working class people should still have the ability to afford tickets to shows,” said the country star.
Zach Bryan is making a statement. On Christmas, the singer-songwriter announced on social media that he had released a new live album titled All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live From Red Rocks). He also stated that he was taking a stand against high tickets prices. However, he didn’t specifically mention Ticketmaster in his post.
“Seems like there is a huge issue with fair ticket prices for live shows lately. I have met kids at my shows who have paid upwards of four-hundred bucks to be there and I’m done with it,” the country star began his message. “I’ve decided to play a limited number of headline shows next year to which I’ve done all I can to make prices as cheap as possible and to prove to people tickets don’t have to cost $450 to see a good and honest show.” He added that he’ll also be playing “a few festivals which I have no control over.”
The “Something in the Orange” singer said, “I believe working-class people should still have the ability to afford tickets to shows.” He encouraged fans to sign up to a new messaging service, which will inform them about tour dates as well as tickets. He’ll also send merch drops through this service.
He continued, “I am tired of people saying that there is no way to solve this huge problem.” “Any songwriter who tries to make’relatable songs for the working class man/woman’ should be proud of their efforts to fight for the people who listen to what they’re singing .
Bryan ended his remarks with some good news for those who are eager to see Bryan live in concert. He shared, “A tour announcement will be coming soon and it’s a pity it has taken so much time.” “I did everything I could to make tickets more affordable .”
Billboard has reached out to Ticketmaster for comment.
The country singer has been expressing his opinions about the company before. In recent weeks, he has tweeted about Ticketmaster, often with the hashtag #allmyhomieshateticketmaster.
All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster — recorded at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater on Nov. 3 — is on streaming services now, and is Bryan’s third release of the year. He dropped studio album American Heartbreak in May, and the Summertime Blues EP in July. In addition to wrapping 2022 with a surprise live album release, the singer-songwriter came in at No. 1 on Billboard‘s Top New Country Artists and Top New Rock & Alternative Artists charts, and No. 2 on the all-genre Year-End Top New Artists tally.
Stream All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live From Red Rocks) below:
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