Jason Isbell has released a new live album to his Bandcamp page. Titled, Live at the CMA Theater – Nashville, TN – 12/12/17, the latest release from the Nashville-based singer/guitarist highlights his stripped-down performance at the Country Music Hall of Fame with The 400 Unit in December 2017 when he was the organization’s artist in residence.

Fans can stream the opening song from the new 18-track release, but must pay $10 for digital access to Live at the CMA Theater full album. Songs captured during the December 2017 performance include “Last of My Kind”, “Life You Choose”, “Speed Trap Down”, “Hope The High Road”, “Codeine”, “Cover Me Up”, “Chaos and Clothes”, and more.

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Live at the CMA Theater follows Live at Innings Festival – Tempe, AZ – 2​/​29​/​20, and Reunions: Live at Brooklyn Bowl as the third live album shared to Isbell’s Bandcamp over the past few months with all concert tours on indefinite hiatus. Earlier this year Isbell also celebrated the arrival of his Reunions studio album with a fan-less show at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville alongside Amanda Shires.

Click here to purchase the album on Isbell’s Bandcamp page.

Isbell also recently confirmed a preliminary set of rescheduled tour dates planned for 2021. Tickets purchased for his 2020 tour dates will be honored at the rescheduled 2021 performances. For tickets and further tour information, head to Jason Isbell’s website.

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