The Country Music Association has added more than 70 new country acts to the 2018 CMA Music Festival lineup.
“Ever since the first day I’ve heard it, I’ve fallen in love with it more and more. I’m so excited for people to hear it,” Rager said to Sounds Like Nashville.
Jordan Rager has many heroes he looks up to, the main being country superstars Tim McGraw and Jason Aldean.
Dorff penned hits for Blake Shelton (“Neon Light”), Hunter Hayes (“Somebody’s Heartbreak”), Ronnie Dunn (“Bleed Red”) and William Michael Morgan (“Missing”), among others.
Southern Boy is just a taste of what is to come from Rager and after this preview we’re ready to see what is next for this budding star.
Fans can expect Southern Boy to be released digitally for purchase on October 28.
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“The world is changing. It’s scary, sad, and real.. My Heart is enraged and breaking for Dallas,” wrote Lee Brice.
The festival brings five days and nights of nonstop live music in Key West, FL.
The concert had performers telling stories behind their songs that were inspired by their home state.
The evening will also include a special tribute to Macon, GA legend Otis Redding.
The countdown to 2016 CMA Music Festival is ticking away and the lineups for each stage is getting bigger and better with every passing day.
During ACM Awards week in Las Vegas, country stars gathered at ACM Party for a Cause to cover the Justin Bieber hit.
Broken Bow artist Jordan Rager has now been initiated into the country music industry after making his debut at the Grand Ole Opry on April 9.
Jordan Rager tells us he’s “still kind of pinching myself” over the success of his debut single, “Southern Boy.”
Many country stars have been taking to social media to pay their respects to the late, great singer.
On the hunt for some new tunes? We have you covered! Check out our February 2016 installment of 10 Songs You Should Be Listening To Right Now.
Justin Moore invites fans on round two of his Off The Beaten Path Tour this fall. Kicking off October 23, the 11-city headline trek will run throughout the end of November and stars Thomas Rhett, Colt Ford with special guest Jordan Rager. Ticket on-sales have already begun in select markets via justinmooremusic.com/tour.