James and son, Henry, are featured background singers — plus James as guitarist — on a new version of the Zac Brown Band’s “Love And Sunsets”. Now available on streaming and digital platforms, click to listen now!
This new recording is a teaser for the Deluxe Edition of the Zac Brown Band’s album, The Comeback, set for release on September 30.
Just ahead of James’s pair of shows at the brand-new MGM Music Hall at Fenway Park next week, visit BostonGlobe.com for a brand new interview with JT (tip: just close the pop-up to read the article), then check out the Meet The Band section to see the All-Star Band line up for these dates (spoiler alert: Luis Conte joins the Fenway band!)
CBS has scheduled two more Late Show re-airings featuring JT next week, on Tuesday, August 30 and Friday September 2. Tuesday’s episode includes James’s full couch conversation with host Stephen Colbert.
Click now for a sample of the interview on YouTube, and don’t forget to tune in next week!
Blue Note Records has released a visualizer for the Leonard Cohen song, “Coming Back To You” sung by James and featured on the forthcoming album Here It Is: A Tribute To Leonard Cohen (available October 14).
Visit James’s official YouTube channel now to watch and listen, and click here to pre-order or pre-add Here It Is: A Tribute To Leonard Cohen now!
CBS will replay an episode featuring James in the band from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert next week — tune in next Wednesday, August 24 to catch appearances by Pod Save America, comedian Bianca Cristovao, and of course, JT!
Arnold McCuller, James’s longtime friend and backing vocalist, has decided to hang up his hat and retire from touring life after almost 50 years on the road with James and so many great artists. While the summer 2022 US tour was Arnold’s last full swing with James and his All-Star Band, Arnold will pop in now and then in the future we hope. Coming up this month: Arnold will join James on August 29 and 30 at the MGM Music Hall at Fenway Park in Boston. UK fans may catch a glimpse this fall as well.
By way of tribute, click below to see and hear Arnold’s beautiful voice at work on this recent Canadian performance of “Shower The People”.
James’s Late Show with Stephen Colbert residency came to an end with last night’s show. James had a great time sitting in with the talented musicians that make up the show’s house band, Stay Human. Click below to see James and the group tear through the Eddie Floyd classic “Knock On Wood” in this raw footage from rehearsals on YouTube.
Shout out to Louis Cato (guitar), Endea Owens (bass), Nêgah Santos (percussion), Jon Lampley (trumpet), Louis Fouché (saxophone), Joe Saylor (drums) and Larry Goldings (piano)!