Joe Diffie Releases New Single, “Quit You” Today

As featured in Rolling Stone Country’s ‘Best of the Week,’ Grammy and CMA-winning country music legend Joe Diffie releases new single “Quit You.” The single, which exclusively premiered on, is now available for download HERE.

It’s really hard to find songs like ‘Quit You’ that have both a powerful lyric almost everyone can relate to and a melodic build that just keeps on giving. I’m really glad I got the chance to record it,” said Diffie.

“Quit You” is Diffie’s second single from his forthcoming album “I Got This”due out in early 2019. It follows the album’s title track, which was released earlier this year and premiered exclusively with

I love the way Joe delivers this universal thought of not being able to break away from someone you really love, whether they are good for you or not. It’s an incredible ballad done in a way that only Joe can do it, and we’re really excited to share “Quit You” with his fans,” said Scott Thomas, CEO, Silverado Records.

The Oklahoma Music Hall of Famer will celebrate his 25th year as a member of the Grand Ole Opry on November 27 with two performances at the Opry. Diffie also continues a heavy tour schedule while fine-tuning his 14th studio album “I Got This” slated for release in Spring 2019. The album was produced by Phil O’Donnell, who produced Diffie’s “Girl Ridin’ Shotgun” which has garnered more than 15 million views on Youtube and 2.4 million streams on Spotify.

Nov. 03 Mitchell Corn Palace – Mitchell, S.D.
Nov. 07 Bourbon Hall – Louisville, Ky.
Nov. 09 Theatre Dublin – Dublin, Ga.
Nov. 10 The Stockyard – Holiday, Fla.
Nov. 16 Madison County Fairgrounds – London, Ohio
Nov. 27 The Grand Ole Opry – Nashville, Tenn.
Nov. 30 Choctaw Casinos & Resorts – Durant, Okla.
Dec. 01 The Stiefel Theatre – Salina, Kan.
Dec. 02 River City Casino & Hotel – St. Louis, Mo.
Dec. 14 The Mirage – Las Vegas, Nev.

With chart-toppers like “Pickup Man,” “Third Rock from the Sun,” and “John Deere Green,” Diffie’s reign includes 13 albums and more than 20 Top 10 hits to his credit. A renowned songwriter in his own right, Diffie penned hits for artists like Tim McGraw, Conway Twitty, and Jo Dee Messina to his credit.

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