Country singer Zach Bryan dropped a new album that is
putting the Ticketmaster on blast for hikes in ticket prices. Zach released his
latest album on Sunday called All My Homies Ticketmaster (Live From Red Rocks)”
as well as a statement to his fans, firing shots at the ticket honchos for its
insane price jumps in sales.

Zach says he has spoken to fans that have paid “upwards of
four hundred bucks” to watch him perform and he is sick of it. He added that he
has chosen to only play a select amount of concerts as a result.

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“I’ve decided to play a limited number of headline
shows next year to which I’ve done all I can to make prices as cheap as
possible and to prove to people tickets don’t have to cost $450 to see a good
and honest show,” Bryan wrote, warning that he didn’t have control of
ticket prices for festivals he will play.

The statement doesn’t mention Ticketmaster by name except
in the new album title. However, he tagged the company in a separate Instagram
post displaying the track listing.

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All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster was recorded at Colorado’s
Red Rocks Amphitheater on November 3 this year. The album is now available on
streaming services. It is Bryan’s third release of the year. He released the
studio album American Heartbreak in May and the Summertime Blues EP in July.

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addition to finishing 2022 with a surprise live album release, the singer came in
at number one on Billboard’s Top New Country Artists and Top New Rock &
Alternative Artists charts, and number two on the all-genre Year-End Top New
Artists tally.

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Bryan received his own Christmas Eve gift on Saturday when
former president Barack Obama picked Bryan’s Something in the Orange as one of
his 25 favorite songs of 2022.