Riley Green will "Get That Man a Beer" to toast his new EP

Big Machine Riley Green’s new song, “Numbers on the Cars,” is just one of the tracks on his forthcoming EP, Get That Man a Beer, which is set to come out June 14.

The collection follows his debut #1, “There Was This Girl,” and Riley's new single, “In Love By Now.” Look for a full album from the newcomer before the year’s end.

The Alabama native wrote “Numbers on the Cars” about both his grandfather’s struggle with Alzheimer’s and his love of NASCAR.

“Growing up near the Talladega Superspeedway I used to go over to my grandaddy’s house as a kid and watch the races,” Riley recalls. “He knew every drivers name, number and sponsor and so as the racing season kicks into full gear, it seemed like a perfect time to debut this song.”

This summer, Riley heads out with Brad Paisley on his World Tour, before joining Jon Pardi on his Heartbreak Medication trek in the fall.

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Morgan Wallen apologizes following his arrest over the weekend

Morgan Wallen apologizes following his arrest over the weekendJohn ShearerMorgan Wallen has issued an apology following his arrest in downtown Nashville on Saturday. 

The "Whiskey Glasses" singer was at Kid Rock's Big A** Honky Tonk Rock N' Roll Steakhouse with a few friends when he was removed from the premises for "kicking glass items," according to a police report obtained by WKRN

While on the street, police report that Morgan got into verbal fights with pedestrians who were passing by. The warrant states that officers gave Morgan multiple opportunities to walk away from the situation, but he "refused." Morgan was then arrested on charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct.  He was later released from jail on a $500 bond.

Wallen turned to Twitter Sunday to apologize for the incident.

"Hey y’all just wanted to clear the air. I went out downtown last night with a few old friends. After a couple bar stops, we were horse-playing with each other. We didn't mean any harm, and we want to say sorry to any bar staff or anyone that was affected," he writes.

Morgan also extended praise to the Metro Nashville Police Department for how they handled the situation. "Thank you to the local authorities for being so professional and doing their job with class," he says. "Love y’all."

Morgan's single, "Chasing You," reached number one on the country charts earlier this month.

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Hey y’all just wanted to clear the air. I went out downtown last night with a few old friends. After a couple bar stops, we were horse-playing with each other. We didn't mean any harm, and we want to say sorry to any bar staff or anyone that was affected.

— morgan wallen (@MorganWallen) May 24, 2020