Ian Munsick is another artist shaping up to have a hell of a year. Munsick, born and raised in Wyoming, brings a uniquely western sound to the table that sets him apart from the artists of country radio today.
His music had gone pretty undetected until a couple of years ago, until he released his first album, “Coyote Cry.” He then recorded “Long Live Cowgirls” in collaboration with Cody Johnson, and has seen a steady increase in followers since then. His second studio album, “White Buffalo,” drops in just under a month, and I can tell it’s about to be a good one.
Before growing his fanbase to where it is now, Munsick was very active on YouTube, recording and posting covers of other artists’ hits for years. From George Strait to Kacey Musgraves, he’s covered a huge variety of music.
Check out his cover of Shenandoah’s “Two Dozen Roses,” Cody Johnson’s “On My Way To You,” and some more of my favorites here: