Midland leaves their mark on the World’s Largest Honky Tonk

BMLGMidland has now been immortalized in cement at the World’s Largest Honky Tonk.

Back in 1989, Billy Bob’s Texas started having any artist who sells out the venue at the historic Fort Worth Stockyards preserve their handprints and autographs on a concrete slab. After recently packing the house, Mark WystrachCameron Duddy and Jess Carson joined the ranks of George JonesWillie NelsonLoretta LynnGarth Brooks and Blake Shelton, who’ve been similarly honored.

“Hands down, it is one of our biggest honors to be included with such a heralded group of legends,” Midland says in a statement. “We’re simply flattered and humbled to be joining this fabled wall. Billy Bob’s will always feel like we’re coming home…”

The trio’s latest single, “Burn Out,” is just about to break into country’s top 30. Next month, Midland joins Thomas Rhett on his Life Changes Tour.

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