Zach Bryan Says He Wants To Record A Jason Isbell Cover Album After His Record Deal Is Up


We might get even more Zach Bryan music after his record deal is over than we are now.

The country music superstar releases music at a faster clip than just about anybody. In 2023 we got 22 songs from Zach between his self-titled album and his Boys of Faith EP, to add to the 47 that we got in 2022 (not counting his live album, All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster).

So far in 2024 we’ve only got one new single from Zach, “Pink Skies,” which was released this past week. But he also revealed that he recently finished up his next album, The Great American Bar Scene, so we can expect another 16 songs sometime soon.

But it turns out Zach is already thinking about what else he wants to release in the future.

In a post on Twitter, Zach revealed that he wants to release a cover album of Jason Isbell songs once his record deal is complete:

Zach has often expressed his admiration for Isbell, calling him one of his favorite songwriters of all time:

And Isbell will be hitting the road with Zach on his Quittin’ Time tour, opening up some dates for him later this summer.

Obviously we don’t know how many more albums Zach has on his deal with Warner Records, but it sounds like he’s not going to be in any hurry to sign another one once it’s over – but that doesn’t mean he won’t be releasing new music.

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