Debut single “Some Girls” rises to 24 on Mediabase/Country Aircheck chart
Columbia Nashville/River House Artists breakthrough performer Jameson Rodgers’ debut single “Some Girls” continues to make waves at country radio, hitting No. 24 on the Mediabase/Country Aircheck chart this week.
“I knew ‘Some Girls’ was a special song when I heard the demo several years ago,” states Rodgers. “It’s been amazing to see the life and journey of this song and I’m excited to see how far it can go. Thank you to my friends at country radio for all the support to get to this place.”
“Some Girls” has earned nearly 58 million on-demand streams and is acclaimed for its “mix of masculine rock grit, country storytelling, quick-hitting vocals and tasty electro-pop accents” (Rolling Stone).
Meanwhile, the “stellar performer” (Spokesman-Review) debuted a live video for his newest release “Cold Beer Calling My Name,” which features his former tourmate Luke Combs. The clip includes behind-the-scenes footage from Rodgers’ headlining Grew Up In The Country Tour earlier this year, as well as his opening stint on Combs’ Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour. Taste of Country praises “With its feel-good groove and uplifting lyrics, ‘Cold Beer Calling My Name’ sounds like a surefire summer hit” while Sounds Like Nashville echoes “just what you need to crack open a good time.”
While off the road, Rodgers has been keeping fans entertained with his Saturday Nights Live series streaming on Facebook.
Mississippi-raised former college baseball player Jameson Rodgers is storming country radio with his Top 25 debut single “Some Girls.” Written by Michael Hardy, Jake Mitchell and C.J. Solar, the anthemic “Some Girls” is Rodgers’ first single released to country radio since signing a label deal as a partnership between River House Artists and Columbia Nashville. Initially making his mark on Music City as a behind-the-scenes songwriter, Rodgers has co-penned 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”), along with “Camouflage Hat” on Jason Aldean’s most recent album 9 and the title track of Luke Bryan’s upcoming release Born Here Live Here Die Here.
The rising country star has released two independent EPs, which together have amassed more than 92 million on-demand streams. After supporting Luke Combs on his Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour, playing more than 60 arenas and amphitheaters throughout 2019, Rodgers is slated to continue his headlining Grew Up In The Country Tour later this year and is working on his debut full-length album with producers Mickey Jack Cones, Chris Farren, and Jake Mitchell.