Elle King is heating up mid-November with CMT Digital and its much-acclaimed original series "CMT Campfire Sessions."
King, who will release her new country album "Come Get Your Wife" on Jan. 27, is featured in this week's episode. She arrived in a vintage pink convertible and delivered her contagious swagger on hits including "Ex's and Oh's" and her recent hit with Miranda Lambert, "Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)." In addition, she shared songs from her forthcoming album "Come Get Your Wife," including "Tulsa" and her current single "Worth A Shot."
Other artists included in this season of CMT Campfire Sessions are Lainey Wilson, Scotty McCreery, Jessie James Decker and Charley Crockett.
"CMT Campfire Sessions" reimagines and elevates traditional campfire sing-alongs, including swapping songs and stories. Artists who have done past seasons of the show include Cody Johnson, Granger Smith, Jimmie Allen, Jordan Davis, Lee Brice and more.
Fans can watch full episodes of "CMT Campfire Sessions" via CMT's YouTube and Facebook channels. Additionally, King's "Worth A Shot" performance will air during music video hours on CMT and CMT Music.
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