ICYMI: Brent Cobb Performs “Ain’t A Road Too Long” On Jimmy Kimmel Live!


Grammy nominated musician Brent Cobb performed “Ain’t A Road Too Long” on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”. He also performed “High In The Country” as a web exclusive…(watch here). Both songs are from Cobb’s acclaimed new album, “Providence Canyon”, which was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Cobb and is out now on Low Country Sound/Elektra Records (purchase/stream here).

Like your favorite novel, Providence Canyon grows more familiar and compelling each time you revisit it…a masterful southern opus…with Providence Canyon, Brent Cobb has created a place you’ll want to revisit again and again,” states Wide Open Country.

In celebration of the album, Cobb is currently on tour as a part of “Chris Stapleton’s All-American Road Show” including upcoming dates at L.A.’s The Forum, Chicago’s Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre and New York’s Madison Square Garden. Cobb’s headlining “Ain’t A Road Too Long” tour continues this September in Europe after spanning 50+ North American cities earlier this spring.

The new album and tour follow a breakthrough few years for Cobb, who was nominated for Best Americana Album at the 60th Grammy Awards for his major label debut, “Shine On Rainy Day”. Since the album’s release, Cobb was also nominated for Emerging Artist of the Year at the 2017 Americana Honors & Awards and made his television debut on CONAN.


  1.  Providence Canyon
    2. King of Alabama
    3. Mornin’s Gonna Come
    4. Come Home Soon
    5. Sucker For A Good Time
    6. High In The Country
    7. If I Don’t See Ya
    8. .30-06
    9. Lorene
    10. When The Dust Settles
    11. Ain’t A Road Too Long

Cobb was born in Americus, Georgia, about an hour east of Columbus, in the rural south-central part of the state. In addition to his work as an artist, Cobb is widely respected as a songwriter garnering cuts by Lee Ann Womack, Luke Bryan, The Oak Ridge Boys, Little Big Town, Miranda Lambert and more.

For a complete list of tour dates and more information on Brent Cobb, visit his website and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.


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