Jameson Rodgers drops ‘Things That Matter’

Rodgers releases reflective new single

Jameson Rodgers is back with “Things That Matter,” his first release since dropping his debut album last fall via Sony Music Nashville.

“I wrote this one with Lynn Hutton, Will Bundy, and Smith Ahnquist during the pandemic,” states Rodgers. “We were in a reflective headspace, really thinking about the perspective I think we all gained during that time. We just wrote about what’s important in our lives: Faith, family, and friends.”

Rodgers recently wrapped his opening stint on Luke Bryan’s Farm Tour, playing to more than 100,000 fans. He also joined Bryan on stage to perform “Born Here Live Here Die Here,” the title track from Bryan’s latest album which Rodgers co-wrote.

The hard-touring breakthrough artist continues to write and record new music, with additional releases coming soon.

Raised on the country rebels of old, country music’s newest powerhouse Jameson Rodgers currently finds himself basking in the success of back-to-back, Platinum-certified No. 1 hits, with his debut single “Some Girls” and follow-up smash “Cold Beer Calling My Name,” featuring label mate Luke Combs, making consecutive runs up the charts. And now, with the release of his debut album Bet You’re from a Small Town, the soft-spoken yet edgy country traditionalist just might find himself landing in superstar territory.

An already established singer/songwriter on multi-Platinum-selling hits for Florida Georgia Line (Top 10 single “Talk You Out of It”) and Chris Lane (No. 1 smash “I Don’t Know About You”), the soft-spoken yet edgy country traditionalist makes his voice heard on his debut album. The 15-track project serves as a gritty country music masterpiece that effortlessly travels both sonically and lyrically between love songs (“Porch with a View”) and breakup songs (“Girl with a Broken Heart,”) party songs (“Cold Beer Calling my Name”) and songs that tell the story of the deepest of losses (“Good Dogs.”)

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