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Jason Isbell And Amanda Shires Announced As Global Ambassadors For Record Store Day 2023

Tuesday, 31 January 2023 Written by Jon Stickler

Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires have been announced as the official global ambassadors for this year's Record Store Day.

The event will take place on April 22, marking its 16th annual celebration. Reacting to the news, they said:

"We’re honored to be your Record Store Day ambassadors for 2023. Record stores are gathering places. They’re rooms full of carefully curated art and entertainment where you can find a friend, take a date, start a band. We all need these gathering places now more than ever. In your local record store you find common ground and the excitement of discovery. A great new album can make a grumpy old man (like Jason) feel like a kid again. We’ve both worked in record stores, played our songs there, built our careers there. Record stores make it possible for recording artists to find their audience and their voice, and we couldn’t be more excited to help make 2023 the biggest and best Record Store Day yet."

The pair will put out a split EP, 'The Sound Emporium', as a Record Store Day exclusive. Head below to view the EP's artwork, and stay tuned for a full list of Record Store Day releases. In the meantime, head here for further details.

In 2022, Taylor Swift was named as the first global ambassador for Record Store Day.


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