In "we didn't see that on coming" news, last week Cody Johnson reveled that he has entered the film making business, and we are here for this. The East Texas native who once had aspirations of becoming a bull rider, but who had to settle for being one of country music's brightest stars, is releasing a new documentary based on one of his most personal songs.

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As last week he surprised with the first trailer, watch that here, I'm guessing hoping this will be a weekly thing. You know, a new week new trailer kind of a situation. Regardless whether or not that winds up being the case I'm stoked for this documentary. No release date has been reveled just yet.

In the new trailer Johnson shares with us the story of the first time he rode a bull, “To get on this caliber of bull, it was stupid... I barely held on... and I got the piss stomped out of me at the end of it. But the adrenaline and the feeling that I got was unlike anything I’ve ever felt in my entire life.”

While we wait for the documentary to be released, some more good news. In a new interview with Y100, Cody says that with all of the extra time he had in 2020, due to not touring, he is “sitting on top of an 18-track record that we're going to drop this year."

Be sure to give my new podcast a listen; Buddy Logan's Aircheck is available to stream or download anywhere fine podcasts can be found. We've got a great conversation with Cody Johnson from earlier this year up there now.

And if you're craving more Texas and Red Dirt music, check out the Radio Texas, LIVE! app available on ANDROID or IOS -- through it you can continuously stream the best music in the world.

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