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George Strait's "Cowboys And Dreamers" Will Be His Thirty-First Studio Album.  

The country great announced Cowboys And Dreamers (via MCA), his 31st studio album, at Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts.  

Representatives say around 51,000 attended Strait's two-hour concert on Saturday, May 4.  

We got some new stuff, too, I'm gonna throw in throughout the night, because I broke down and did another record, and I'll play a few of those for you tonight,” he informed the audience.  

The album follows 2019's Honky Tonk Time Machine, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200. The release date for Cowboys And Dreamers is unknown.  

The 71-year-old Texas native performed “Three Drinks Behind” and “Honky Tonk Hall of Fame” with Chris Stapleton on some new tracks off the upcoming album.  

Strait returned to the stage for one of 10 shows in 2024 in Indianapolis after the deaths of his nearly 50-year manager, Eugene Ervine “Erv” Woolsey, Ace in the Hole member Gene Elders, and tour manager Tom Foote.  

“It’s so good to be back,” he remarked from the stage, “man, it’s been six months, and that’s too long.”  

Strait reflected on his recent struggles, stating that music helps him cope with the loss of friends.   


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