Written by Ben Goldsmith, C.J. Solar and Andrew Scott Wills, Jerrod's new single “Blue Bandana” is available for sale now!
Over Memorial Day weekend, Jerrod, Chris Young, and Tyler Farr headlined the Boots on the Beach Vacation, May 22-26, at Sandals Ochi Beach Resort in Jamaica, with more than $10,000 in proceeds benefiting the non-profit Boot Campaign.
In May, Jerrod performed on Fox & Friends to kick off their 2015 All-American Summer Concert Series.
Last October, Jerrod and fiancée Morgan Petek tied the knot in San Juan, Puerto Rico!
Jerrod’s among the stars performing with The Doobie Brothers on all-new recordings of their classic hits for the album Southbound, out now. In May, Jerrod shared the bill with the band at their Nashville show!
Jerrod’s most recent album, High Noon, featured the Platinum-certified, two-week #1 smash, “Drink to That All Night.” A prolific songwriter, Jerrod co-wrote 8 of the 13 songs he recorded for High Noon.
Late last year, Jerrod was thrilled to donate $100,000 to the charity that he established, Free the Music USA, a non-profit dedicated to collecting used musical instruments and giving them to children in need. The donation came after he became a stock contractor with PBR’s bull ownership program, Back Seat Buckers, with the plan to donate any money won by his bull (named “High Noon,” after his album) to FTMUSA.
2014 was another great year of touring as Jerrod joined Keith Urban on his “Raise ’Em Up” Tour, headlined the Ryman Auditorium for the first time, and headlined his own Get Your Buzz Back Tour.
His High Noon album marked the follow-up to his critically acclaimed Free the Music, which featured the poignant “Only God Could Love You More” and the Top 15 hit, “Shinin’ on Me.”
His chart-topping major-label debut, Judge Jerrod & The Hung Jury, hit The New York Times’ Top 10 Albums of 2010, launching the GOLD Top 5 “What Do You Want” and the PLATINUM #1 smash, “Lover, Lover.”
A proud Kansas native, Jerrod grew up in the small town of Liberal and studied music at South Plains College in Levelland, TX, prior to moving to Nashville just one month after his 21st birthday.
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