On Wednesday, September 30th, Chris Young headlined Nashville’s new Ascend Amphitheater joined by labelmates Jerrod Niemann and Cam to a packed crowd of 5,000.
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Middle Tennessee native and international country music ambassador, Chris Young, is looking forward to coming home on September 30 to headline Nashville’s most exciting new venue, Ascend Amphitheater. A special stop on the “I’m Comin’ Over” World Tour 2015, the hometown show takes place just days after he returns from a sold-out, two-week run of dates in Europe and the UK.
Sea Gayle Records/Arista Nashville hitmaker Jerrod Niemann set a new career benchmark today with the out-of-the-box success of his single, “Blue Bandana,” which celebrated its official country radio impact date with a tremendous 83 first-week Billboard and Country Aircheck monitored stations on board.
“Blue Bandana” not only marks the biggest impact week of Niemann’s career to date, but also earns top honors as Mediabase’s most-added new country song this week.
The lyric video for “Blue Bandana” is online here: http://smarturl.it/JNBlueBandanaLyric.
“Blue Bandana,” the first single from Niemann’s upcoming album, was produced by Jimmie Lee Sloas and Niemann and is currently available for sale here: http://smarturl.it/bluebandana.
Niemann’s previous career-high impact week was 72 first-week stations for his now-Platinum-certified multi-week #1 smash, “Drink to That All Night.”
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The Doobie Brothers performed with Jerrod Niemann at The Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel Saturday, May 9th. The Sony Music Nashville label-mates recently collaborated on The Doobie Brothers latest album, Southbound, out November 4th. Patrick Simmons and Niemann traded vocals on the 1975 classic “South City Midnight Lady” with Niemann also lending vocals on “Black Water”.
What: FOX News Channel’s (FNC) FOX & Friends All-American Summer Concert Series presents American country singer Jerrod Niemann on Friday, May 22nd, 2015 at 8AM/ET. The chart-topping country singer is known for hit songs such as: “Drink to That All Night” and “Lover Lover.” A former American Country Award “Artist of the Year: Breakthrough Artist” nominee, Niemann will perform his greatest hits and dish on his summer tour. Continue Reading →
Before Jerrod Niemann and his wife, Morgan wed in an idyllic cliffside ceremony in Puerto Rico last year, Morgan turned to the experts at TLC’s hit series, Say Yes To The Dress: Atlanta, for help fulfilling her vision of the perfect gown for her big day. Fans can tune inthis Friday, Jan. 9 at 9p.m. ET to watch Morgan’s search at premier bridal salon Bridals by Lori in Atlanta. Morgan will be live-tweeting throughout the episode via @Morgan_niemann.
I can’t tell if it’s that last shot of Fireball or Jerrod Niemann’s latest release that has me buzzin’ right now! The country-rocker stuck to his favorite theme – drinking – with “Buzz Back Girl.” But this time he shifted gears from tipping them back to tipping his hat.
“Lookin’ like that, lookin’ like that/You don’t even know what you’re doin’ to me/You got my buzz back, girl, my buzz back, girl,” Niemann sings in the cheerful chorus.
The special someone in this song cured Niemann’s hangover and turned him into a happy-go-lucky guy. Who needs bloody marys when you have this girl around?! The secret’s out, guys. Niemann confirmed there’s no more reason for that hair-of-the-dog to turn into a 12-pack-deep Saturday afternoon. All you need is a morning with your lady, and you’ll be fine
Niemann nixed the Auto-Tune found in his last two singles – “Donkey” and “Drink to That All Night” – and stuck with a classic-country-meets-pop vibe for “Buzz Back Girl.” However, he did include simulated scratching sounds, which are primarily associated with rap. Is Niemann taking a step in the emerging country rap direction? It’s hard to say, but I doubt it since he’s pretty established in his own style.
“Buzz Back Girl” was written by fellow country star Lee Brice; Kellie Pickler’s songwriting husband, Kyle Jacobs; and founder of Nashville Songwriters in the Round, Phillip Lammonds. This track from his High Noon album, which also features his past two singles, peaked at 35 on the U.S. Country Airplay chart. Niemann is wrapping up his Get Your Buzz Back Tour on Saturday in Orlando, Fla. But that’s not the only thing he’s wrapping. I’d imagine a few gifts are in store for his new bride, Morgan Petek, with their first Christmas as a married couple quickly approaching.
There’s a chance “Buzz Back Girl” could get lost in the mix of cookie-cutter, mainstream music compared to his past, distinct hits like “Lover, Lover” and “What Do You Want.” But for now, I’m jammin’ to this fun song and loving the idea of being someone’s hangover remedy!
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Niemann topped charts earlier this year with his #1 song “Drink to That All Night” and he has cured fans’ music hangovers with his latest hit, “Buzz Back Girl”. The new single also inspired the name for Jerrod’s upcoming tour. Continue Reading →
Sea Gayle Records/Arista Nashville Platinum selling recording artist Jerrod Niemann has announced he will be capping off his wildly successful year by headlining his Get Your Buzz Back Tour, starting this fall. Named for his latest single, Buzz Back Girl, the tour kicks off in Myrtle Bach, Fla. on October 24 and will hit over 15 cities across the country throughout the remainder of 2014. Chris Lane will be joining Niemann on the road. Lane, along with Logan Mize, will be opening for Niemann on September 12 at his recently announced headlining date at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn. Continue Reading →
Lee Brice, Randy Houser and Jerrod Niemann took a break from their busy touring schedules last night to fulfill one of their lifelong dreams — to perform together on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. Continue Reading →
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