Jessica Lynn has announced the release of new single Roadhouse and confirmed an appearance at UK festival Tennessee Fields.

The country crossover star will release Roadhouse on 14 May.  The track has become a live favourite for Jessica Lynn and fans alike.

Speaking about her upcoming single, Jessica says, “I am so excited to release one of my favorite songs from my live shows, ‘Roadhouse’. This has been a fan favorite for years and because of how wonderful and supportive all of you have been to me during this pandemic, I wanted to give you a single you’ve been asking for, for so long, with a brand-new twist! It’s a really fun, up-tempo, feel-good track that’s perfect for the weather getting nicer. Can’t wait for you to hear it!”

As well as the single, Jessica Lynn has confirmed that she will be appearing at UK festival Tennessee Fields.  News of the festival appearances comes after the singer and songwriter was forced to postpone her UK tour, including Manchester gig, until 2022 due to the ongoing Covid situation.

Tennessee Fields is a boutique country music festival, based in rural Essex, that attracts talent from both sides of the Atlantic and this year takes place over the weekend of 9-11th July, 2021 at Sandy Brook Fields, Chelmsford.

“After a devastating past year-and-a-half,” Jessica says, “I am thrilled to be getting dates back on the calendar, including the incredible Tennessee Fields Festival. I was so upset to have to cancel my UK tour this year, as it is truly one of my favourite places to come to in the entire world, but I am so looking forward to this awesome event that’s sure to deliver plenty of good times, good music, and a taste of the life I have missed so very much!”

When does Jessica Lynn headline in Manchester?

Jessica Lynn’s rescheduled UK tour will now take place in May 2022, opening at St Pancras Old Church in London.  The 12-date tour includes a Manchester gig at Manchester’s Gullivers on 16 May 2022.  The full Lone Rider Tour listing:
9 May   –   London, St Pancras Old Church
10 May   –   Southampton, The 1865
12 May   –   Birmingham, Hare and Hounds
13 May   –   Derby, The Blue Note
14 May   –   Swansea, The Patti Pavilion
15 May   –   Blackpool, The Waterloo
16 May   –  Manchester, Gullivers
18 May   –   Glasgow, The Glad Cafe
19 May   –   Newcastle, The Cluny 2
20 May   –   Nottingham, Bodega
21 May   –   Cambridge, Junction
22 May   –   Norwich, Waterfront Studio