Cody Jinks is bringing his gritty, outlaw country sound to late night TV. He'll make his national television debut live on Conan on Jan. 26.
Mere months after releasing his album I'm Not the Devil, he's crossing this momentous event off his bucket list. The Texas native took to Facebook to announce the exciting news to his 263K followers. Over 500 of those fans commented on the status to express their excitement.
"Super happy for you. Show the world how originally amazing you are," one wrote. "Y'all definitely deserve everything that's coming your way," added another fan.
Jinks is definitely deserving. After all, I'm Not the Devil was his first album to break the Billboard charts. It climbed all the way to No. 4 on the country charts -- a huge feat for an indie artist. After the chart success, he was seen as a breakthrough artist. Jinks is featured on our list of Rising Artists to Watch in 2017.
Jinks has a jam-packed tour schedule for January and most of February, with many of the dates already sold out. Luckily, a two-day break in January allowed the band to book their first national appearance on Conan. That's just enough time for them to play the show and head to West Hollywood for another concert the following day.
Conan airs live every weeknight on TBS at 10 p.m. CT. The show hasn't announced the other guests, but fans can check the Conan live schedule to learn more.