September 2, 2023

Lainey Wilson, Darius Rucker, And The Cadillac Three Will Be The Voices Of College GameDay’s Theme Song

On Monday (August 28), ESPN’s College GameDay took to social media to announce the exciting news as to who will be the new voices of the much-loved theme song, “Comin’ To Your City” – and these are none other than country stars Darius Rucker and Lainey Wilson, alongside American rock band The Cadillac Three!

It comes after country music duo Big & Rich let fans know they will no longer be returning for the forthcoming College GameDay season. 

Big & Rich said that while “it’s been an honor,” it’s “time to pass the torch after 16 incredible years.”

Darius Rucker, Lainey Wilson, and The Cadillac Three Excitedly Accepted The Torch

The announcement comes with a short clip that features the artists emphasizing their excitement and expressing what it means to be the voices for the new version of College GameDay’s “Comin’ To Your City.”

The “Wait in the Truck” singer revealed that her family members were the first people she shared the good news with and that they were “very impressed.” Meanwhile, Rucker shared the same excitement. As an avid sports fan, the country star said this opportunity is his dream come true.

“I’ve watched that opening so many times. I used to sit in my room and go, ‘I gotta write a song so I can get to the opening of GameDay. It’s pretty amazing,” Rucker said.

On the other hand, The Cadillac Three shared that they always looked forward to ESPN’s College GameDay’s pre-game show whenever they were on tour. In fact, the band revealed that “it’s always on” on their bus.

Well, we will get to hear this star-studded collaboration on Saturday, September 2, during the highly anticipated opening weekend of the NCAA football season.


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