Leslie Jordan has announced Leslie Jordan and Friends: Company’s Comin’ to the Ryman. The one-night-only event will feature Jordan and several surprise guests performing songs from his new album Company’s Comin’ at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on November 30.
Released this spring via Platoon, Company’s Comin’ features duets with Dolly Parton, Eddie Vedder, Brandi Carlile, Chris & Morgane Stapleton, Ashley McBryde, Charlie Worsham, Katie Pruitt, Tanya Tucker and TJ Osborne, as well as co-producers, Travis Howard and Danny Myrick. The album has received widespread critical acclaim from press including NPR Music, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, Vogue, The Washington Post and more. Rolling Stone called it “one of the year’s most surprisingly uplifting listens,” and Los Angeles Times declared, “The down-home joy and communal revelry of his performances are a balm for these frayed times.”
Best known for his roles on Will and Grace and more recently Fox’s Call Me Kat, Emmy Award-winning actor Leslie Jordan has seen a surge in popularity since his relatable, slice-of-life videos went viral on social media last year. Continuing his success into 2021, Jordan recently made his debut at the Grand Ole Opry, taking the stage with Vince Gill, TJ Osborne and Charlie Worsham (watch his “My Opry Debut” segment). He also launched the Apple Music Country radio show Hunker Down Radio with Leslie Jordan, and landed on The New York Times Best Seller list with his new book How Y’all Doin’.
This fall, Leslie Jordan is set to host the “Country” episode of One Voice: The Songs We Share airing on PBS, and will appear as a guest panelist on Fox’s The Masked Singer.
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