Bailey Zimmerman's album rollout just received another welcome boost, with two tracks that are set to feature on the project, ‘Fall in Love’ and ‘Rock and A Hard Place’, being certified Double-Platinum.
The RIAA confirmed both of Zimmerman's new accolades on the same day, and it continues what's proving to be a tremendously successful year for the country prodigy.
Last week, the Louisville native received his first ever ACM nomination for 2023 New Male Artist of the Year, with Zimmerman having also notched up two 2023 CMT Award nods earlier in the year.
Both ‘Fall in Love’ and ‘Rock and A Hard Place’ lean into the heartbroken, beat-driven lane that Bailey Zimmerman is quickly carving out for himself, with the title-track from his upcoming debut album, ‘Religiously’, also exploring the singer-songwriter's response to lost love.
Despite only having released ‘Fall in Love’ and ‘Rock and A Hard Place’ last year, they've rapidly blossomed into the most prominent songs in Bailey Zimmerman's burgeoning discography. Both have hit No. 1 at Country Radio, and Zimmerman will be hoping one of his 2023 singles can follow in their high-flying footsteps.
While he readies his new project, Religiously, Bailey Zimmerman is performing across the US as one of the support acts on Morgan Wallen's 2023 One Night At A Time world tour, with Zimmerman having also opened for the Sneedville megastar in New Zealand and Australia in March.
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