Joy Week 2018 kicked off Monday (October 8) on the Bobby Bones Show. The week is dedicated to encouraging listeners of the show to choose joy, spread happiness, and do good things for others. The week also brings in live performances from country music stars to raise money for military members.
Old Dominion was the last group to come in for an hour-long performance to wrap up the week. They performed their hits "Written In The Sand," "No Such Thing As A Broken Heart," "Hotel Key," the song some of them wrote for Kenny Chesney "Save It For A Rainy Day," their new single "Make It Sweet," and Garth Brooks' "That Summer." You can catch snippets of these performances on our Instagram Story and IGTV.
While on the Bobby Bones Show, the group talked about their upcoming tour and the new single they dropped. They also shared with us who picks up the tab when they all go out to eat places together. Not only that, we learned that the most important thing in their lives is their families.
Watch the full interview with Old Dominion below!