Cody Jinks is once again taking his talents to beautiful Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado, this October. And he's bringing some A-List friends.

The show is all set for October 1st and will featuring Clint Black and Ward Davis. Of course Jinks' Red Rocks Live album is one of the most electrifying live albums of the '20s. So you know Jinks is excited to return:

LOVE LOVE LOVE RED ROCKS!, Jinks wrote on his socials. This is me looking at you and having my mind blown before I walked off the stage. Important to soak it all in and respect every last one of you that gives up your hard earned time and money to hear us play. THANK YOU VERY MUCH and I can’t wait to do it again Red Rocks. October 1…”

This announcement reminded me that it was in fact Clint Black who invited Jinks to play The Opry for the first time. It was back  in August of 2019 that the country music icon invited the fellow Texan to perform. But if didn't end there, Black did the honors of introducing Jinks before his Opry debut.

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Jinks' latest single "Hurt You" is out now and can be found on his Mercy album.

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