Zach Bryan Cheers Springsteen on 'Great American' Collab: 'Reason to Believe'

John Mayer joins Zach Bryan in heartfelt musical journey.

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Zach Bryan Cheers Springsteen on 'Great American' Collab: 'Reason to Believe'
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Celeste and I, like Zach Bryan in the story referenced earlier, are grateful to Bruce Springsteen- The Boss. Country singer is thanking former heavyweight boxing champ and That's because the 28- year-old attitudes a message of gratitude to Tyson on social media Thursday following their collab, The Great American Bar Scene.

The 19-track album from Bryan, which arrives the same day via Warner Records and includes a guest appearance by Springsteen on "Sandpaper," is one of many new releases hitting his week. Bryan showed his appreciation for X (formerly known as Twitter), tweeting: "Cheers #springsteen.

Thank you for the day x". Thanks for the compliment. I appreciate you allowing me to capture this photo. Thank you for turning my entire life into the dream of a younger me --> A reason to believe." Especially heartening this collaboration — they were yappy about the inspiration of Springsteen's 1984 hit I'm on Fire in Sandpaper.

A patchwork quilt of 18 songs and a poem, "The Great American Bar Scene" opens with early releases "Pink Skies" and "Purple Gas." The double LP version will be released on Oct. 10.

Mayer Praises Bryan

The album has not only connected with listeners, but it also received a glowing endorsement from fellow musician John Mayer, who appears on "Better Days." Mayer was happy to hear that Kehlani is great, and posted on X; "it's got me feeling like I always knew this song Zach wrote was a special one.

I had no idea it would simply be part of such a gorgeous, robust, and deep album. I'm stunned." He continued, “I am fortunate to have been able to achieve my career goals in music. Something I never would have seen coming - getting to jam with an artist as connected for which he shares space by @zachlanebryan was a start.

Thank you for asking me to be a part of your dream come true. In the middle of all his new album talk, Bryan is also out on his Quittin Time Tour. This tour features some great opening acts from Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, Turnpike Troubadours and The War & Treaty - making this an event of a lifetime for music fans everywhere.

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