Acclaimed 2-time CMA Vocal Group of the Year and 2-time ACM Group of the Year, Old Dominion release “Everything to Lose” and “Dancing Forever” today! The two tracks follow 3 previously unreleased tracks that the band unveiled in May, originally recorded for past projects. The tracks are available to stream everywhere. Click HERE to listen.
Old Dominion appeared live this morning on ABC’s “Good Morning America” Summer Concert Series, performing their current single “Some People Do” HERE. They are also set to perform tonight on “iHeart Country 4th of July BBQ” airing on The CW. Additionally, the band will appear on “Good Morning America” again tomorrow, July 4, for an additional performance.
Old Dominion, who most recently were notably the most nominated for the 2020 ACM Awards with 8, released the moving music video for their latest single “Some People Do .” The video was inspired by Jason Schneidman, celebrity men’s groomer, who also works with Old Dominion. Schneidman was previously homeless and, after overcoming drug addiction, turned his life around. In his spare time, he helps out the homeless of LA, providing haircuts as a means to connect with those who may be battling addiction issues, and funds scholarships to rehab centers. Back in early February 2020, the band joined him on the ground in Los Angeles to help out. The visuals, directed by Mason Allen, show the effect that if we all do a little, we can help out a lot. The song, with over 41 million streams, is the latest single off Old Dominion’s self-titled third studio album, which was released in the fall of 2019.
Old Dominion’s previous single, “One Man Band” went to No. 1 and was certified Platinum by the RIAA. With over 391 million streams, “One Man Band” marked the band’s 8th consecutive No. 1 and biggest song to date. The band recently received Platinum and Gold certifications for 5 of their other hit songs: “Written in the Sand” (2x Platinum), “Break Up With Him” (2x Platinum), “Hotel Key” (Platinum), “Make It Sweet” (Gold) and “Nowhere Fast” (Gold).