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Maverick City Music Releases ‘The Maverick Way’ 6-Track Project Out Today (9.15)

Album features Noah Schnacky, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Bobbi Storm and Wande

Maverick City Music Releases ‘The Maverick Way’ 6-Track Project Out Today (9.15)

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The Maverick Way Tour featuring Maverick City Music, Travis GreeneNoah SchnakeyTodd GalberthForward City Music and JWLKRS Set for 16-Dates in November 2023


Today (9.15), five-time GRAMMY Award-winning music collective Maverick City Musicannounces the ‘The Maverick Way’ EP via TRIBL Records. Featuring collaborations with Noah SchnackyTasha Cobbs LeonardBobbi Storm and Wande, the 6-track project is available now here.

Over the last few weeks, the impressive collective has shared previews of what’s to come from the project, first releasing “No Longer Bound,” (7.28), a praise-inducing anthem performed by Maverick City featuring Chandler Moore and Forrest Frank, followed by the triumphant “God Problems” (8.18), which details the battles that can only be won through the power of faith. The latest and final preview arrived on Sept. 1 with the release of Maverick City’s passionate collaboration with Noah Schnacky, “Crazy Love.”


In 2022, Maverick City Music produced one of the biggest tours of the year, consistently ranking in the Pollstar Top 10 week after week, selling out arenas across America. On Tues., Oct. 31, they’ll take this new music on the road as they kick off a 16-date run with A-list performers, including Maverick City Music, Noah Schnacky, Travis GreeneTodd GalberthForward City Music, and JWLKRS. Tickets are available now here.

The Maverick Way’ EP Tracklist:

1. “Crazy Love” (Feat. Noah Schnacky) 

2. “God Problems

3. “More Than Able” (Feat. Tasha Cobbs Leonard) 

4. “Promises

5. “Firm Foundation (He’s Gonna Make A Way)” (Feat. Bobbi Storm & Wande) 

6. “No Longer Bound


‘The Maverick Way’ Tour

Tues., Oct. 31 | Symphony Hall | Springfield, MA 

Wed., Nov. 1 | Toyota Oakdale Theatre | Wallingford, CT

Thurs., Nov. 2 | The Lyric | Baltimore, MD 

Fri., Nov. 3 | Berglund Performing Arts Theatre | Roanoke, VA 

Sat., Nov. 4 | Altria Theater | Richmond, VA

Sun., Nov. 5 | Columbia County Performing Arts Center | Evans, GA

Tues., Nov. 7 | Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts | Greensboro, NC

Thurs., Nov. 9 | Grand Rapids First | Grand Rapids, MI 

Fri., Nov. 10 | The Sylvee | Madison, WI 

Sat., Nov. 11 | Vibrant Music Hall | Des Moines, IA

Sun., Nov. 12 | Steelhouse Omaha | Omaha, NE 

Tues., Nov. 14 | Armory | Minneapolis, MN 

Thurs., Nov. 16 | Kansas City Music Hall | Kansas City, MO 

Fri., Nov. 17 | Juanita K Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts| Springfield, MO

Sat., Nov. 18 | Peoria Civic Center Theater | Peoria, IL 

Sun., Nov. 19 | Grove City Church of the Nazarene | Columbus, OH

Five-time GRAMMY-winning Maverick City Music is a multi-racial, multicultural, genre-bending group bringing hope and love to all. 

The collective's music brings awareness to topics like mass incarceration, Juneteenth and even the George Floyd injustice, addressing difficult cultural topics with love and inspiration. In 2022, Maverick City Music catapulted to a record-breaking and magnificent rise, winning BET Awards, Stellar Awards, NAACP Awards and more. In just under a year, they’ve performed mainstage at the BET Awards alongside Diddy and Faith Evans, joined NPR’s Tiny Desk, The View, and NBC’s TODAY Show. In 2023, they performed for a second year in a row on the GRAMMY Awards telecast — this time alongside Quavo (Watch the performance here). They also swept the Christian and Gospel categories with four wins, tying Beyonce for the night. In addition to mainstream television, fans swarmed to hear and see the group live across the country. Maverick City Music’s headlining ‘The Kingdom Tour’ broke box-office records and landed in the Top 10 tours on Pollstar weekly. 

The collective continues to transcend boundaries and cultural norms in 2023, and fans can keep up with what’s to come by visiting




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