The country star performed the album’s title track last night on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’
The song follows the recent appearance of the album's title track.
Stapleton co-wrote 11 of the 14 songs on the album, on which he also covers John Fogerty and Guy Clark.
The song hits the top in its 54th week on the Billboard survey, which it entered in the last week of July 2019.
The album marks her return to Mercury Nashville Records for the first time in 15 years.
The new song follows 'After A Few,' which completed a record-breaking 65-weeks climb to No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart in June.
The song is the Mercury Nashville artist's follow-up to summer 2019's 'Details' single.
The Mercury release breaks the records for the longest climb to the summit, and the longest run on the chart.
Denning co-wrote all but one track on the EP, which is produced by Jeremy Stover.
The Mercury Nashville set includes the gold-certified hit 'Die From A Broken Heart.'
The track arrives as Currington continues his 'Stay Up ‘Til The Sun Tour,' with dates extending into autumn 2019.
The five-track release will include both their recent track 'Die From A Broken Heart' and the new 'Tourist In This Town.'
The 1993 debut is expanded and renamed 'Should’ve Been A Cowboy' in honour of its trademark hit.