2023 Labor Day Concert
SUNDAY, SEPt. 3rd
Headlining the 36th annual Labor Day Concert will be the one and only...
Ian Munsick, a Wyoming-born singer/songwriter grew up working on the family ranch and playing everything from bluegrass to The Beatles with his two older brothers. He signed a major label record deal with Warner Music Nashville in 2020. The recent releases of “Long Live Cowgirls” (with Cody Johnson), “More Than Me,” and “Horses are Faster” helped Ian win accolades from Spotify (“Hot Country Artist to Watch”), MusicRow magazine (“Next Big Thing”) and more. His debut album Coyote Cry produced sold out shows on his Coyote on the Run Tour and performed on tour in 2022 with Cody Johnson and Morgan Wallen.
For more artist information, visit www.ianmusick.com or follow on Twitter/Instagram @IanMunsick and www.facebook.com/IanMunsick.
A genuine country article with neon coursing through his veins, a deep-drawling baritone and a soul that feeds on fiddle and steel, the soon-to-be star has heard all the eulogies for country’s most electrifying, iconic style. But with his debut album on Big Loud Records, he’s breathing fresh life into an American classic.
“I don't mind being a dark horse,” he says, welcoming his role as keeper of the honky-tonk flame. “Blame it on my raising, but I think there ought to be room for country in country music. It took me a long time to get here, but I'm ready to go to work.”
Self-titled, debut album, Jake Worthington, set for release on
April 7, 2023 – a 13-track introduction fusing heartsick honky-tonk blues with bar-stool balladry, good timing
two-step anthems and weary, tear-in-your-beer waltzes.