Rising country music singer-songwriter Jordan Rager has worked hard over the last few years to figure out who he is as an artist and where he’s headed in his career. The Georgia native is committed to carving out a lasting career while creating his own original songs and seeking out top-notch tunes from other songwriters.
Jordan isn’t opposed to recording outside songs. “I knew from the first listen this song was meant for me. It was written by three really good friends of mine – Michael Whitworth, Andy Albert, and Dave Pittenger. Apparently while they were writing it, Andy told the other two guys that I should be the one who cuts it. This song perfectly encompasses what Georgia is to me and why I am so proud to say it’s where I’m from. I relate to the chorus as if I would’ve written it myself.”
The track calls out some of Jordan’s favorite stomping grounds – from Peachtree Street to the Chattahoochee River. Enjoy the song’s official debut below!
Currently in the studio as he wraps up his latest eagerly awaited project, Jordan is excited for fans, both old and new, to hear all of these songs, which he feels will show the country music world exactly who he is.
“What I’m working on now, both lyrically and sonically, is what I’ve always wanted to do. I’m getting to make the music I’ve always dreamed about,” he explains. “It’ll be honest. It’ll be transparent. And, it will all be me,” he says, adding that making that impact is something he is very mindful of. “To see people’s reacting so well to my songs has been the coolest thing in the world. It really validates me and lets me know that I’m doing the right thing in my life. There are people out there who want to hear my story and my songs, which is the coolest thing in the world to me.”
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