• JORDAN DAVIS SCORES HIS FIRST NO. 1 SONG WITH ‘SINGLES YOU UP.’

    Jordan Davis scored his very first No. 1 this week with “Singles You Up,” which topped both the Country Aircheck and Billboard country charts. The song, which he co-wrote with Justin Ebach and Steven Dale Jones, is the first release from Jordan’s debut album, Home State.

    “‘Singles You Up’ was written with two buddies of mine back in Nashville,” explains Jordan. “One of ‘em had just gotten engaged, and when he came in we were congratulating him on it, and the saying ‘You’re smart enough not to single her up’ was thrown up, and I think we all kind of knew that we needed to write that. We actually wrote it really, really quick, I mean right when we got done, we knew we had something special. So, we have a blast playing it, and I can’t be happier that it’s my debut single. It’s a song that means a lot to me.”

    Jordan will join Chris Janson on Jake Owen’s Life’s Whatcha Make It Tour, which kicks off May 18th in Chattanooga, Tennessee and is currently scheduled to wrap September 22nd in Ogden, Utah.

    Audio / Jordan Davis explains how he and his co-writers came up with the idea for his debut single, “Singles You Up.”

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    Jordan Davis (Singles You Up) 1 OC: …lot to me. :29
    “‘Singles You Up’ was written with two buddies of mine back in Nashville. One of ‘em had just gotten engaged, and when he came in we were congratulating him on it, and the saying ‘You’re smart enough not to single her up’ was thrown up, and I think we all kind of knew that we needed to write that. We actually wrote it really, really quick, I mean right when we got done, we knew we had something special. So, we have a blast playing it, and I can’t be happier that it’s my debut single. It’s a song that means a lot to me.”

  • NEWS AND NOTES: Shania, Jordan, Dierks

    Shania Twain will appear on The Big Interview with Dan Rather on Tuesday (March 3rd) to talk about her career, her new album NOW and much more. The show will air at 9pm ET on AXS-TV.

    Jordan Davis will perform Wednesday (March 4th) on Late Night With Seth Meyers.

    Dierks Bentley is scheduled to perform at WE Day, an assembly of people to celebrate positive changes and continue to motivate youth to continue to inspire throughout the year. Dierks will be joined by The Chainsmokers, Jennifer Aniston, Selena Gomez, Paula Abdul, Nicole Richie and more at the event taking place at The Forum in Los Angeles on April 19th.

  • NEWS AND NOTES: Jordan, Kacey, LBT

    Jordan Davis will perform his Top 5 “Singles You Up” on NBC’s Today Show on Tuesday (March 27th).

    Kacey Musgraves is set to perform on the Late Show With Stephen Colbert Thursday (March 29th) on CBS.

    Little Big Town recently received the CMA’s International Artist Achievement Award, which recognizes outstanding achievement by a U.S.-based artist who has demonstrated the most significant growth, development and promotion of the Country Music industry outside of the U.S.

  • JORDAN DAVIS HOME STATE ALBUM AUDIO TOOLKIT

    Click here to go to Jordan Davis’ Home State Album Audio Toolkit.

  • JORDAN DAVIS’ DEBUT ALBUM, HOME STATE, AVAILABLE TODAY.

    MCA Nashville’s Jordan Davis releases his highly anticipated debut album, Home State, today. In support of the album release, Jordan will make his national TV debut with NBC’s TODAY on Tuesday, March 27th during the 10AM hour followed by “Late Night With Seth Meyers” Wednesday, April 4th.

    The Louisiana native co-wrote every track on Home State, which was produced by Jordan’s good friend Paul DiGiovanni.

    “I wanted there to be some type of thread tying everything together and all these songs came from Louisiana, my home state,” says Jordan. “For me, Louisiana was the common thread whether it be the idea, the relationship I was writing about or even meeting my wife in New Orleans. Home State just popped into my head and from that moment I knew that’s what the name of the record needed to be.”

     

    Jordan’s debut single “Singles You Up” currently sits at No.5 on the country airplay charts and was recently certified Gold by the RIAA.  “Singles You Up” continues to accumulate impressive streaming numbers after staying on Spotify’s US Viral Chart for over a month and even reaching Spotify’s Global Viral Chart. Earlier this year Jordan landed on several “Artist to Watch” lists including Billboard, Rolling Stone, The Tennessean, Pandora, CMT, Sounds Like Nashville, Whiskey Riff and more.

    Jordan is currently touring with Jillian Jacqueline on his first headlining “White Wine and Whiskey Tour.” The singer/songwriter is set to hit the road this summer with Jake Owen and Chris Janson as part of the “Life’s Whatcha Make It Tour” stopping at minor league baseball parks across the country. For a full list of tour dates, news, images and more, visit www.jordandavisofficial.com

    Fans can click HERE to listen to Home State.

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  • JORDAN DAVIS RELEASES HIS DEBUT ALBUM ON FRIDAY AND “SINGLES YOU UP” GOES GOLD.

    Jordan Davis releases his debut album, Home State, on Friday (March 23rd). The collection includes his NOW gold-certified song, “Singles You Up.” Prior to a show last night at Nashville’s legendary Exit/In, he was surprised with a plaque signifying more than 500,000 copies sold/digital downloads of the song.

     


    Photo Credit: Graham Dodd

    Pictured L to R: UMG Nashville President Cindy Mabe, UMG Nashville COO Mike Harris, Jordan Davis, UMG Nashville EVP A&R Brian Wright, MCA Nashville VP Promotion Katie Dean, UMG Nashville VP A&R Stephanie Wright, UMG Nashville Chairman & CEO Mike Dungan

     

     

    The Shreveport, Louisiana native co-wrote all 12 tunes on the album, including a few with his producer Paul DiGiovanni, who’s worked with Blake Shelton, Hunter Hayes and Dan + Shay. Jordan hopes people get to know who he is through his music on the album.

    “I really hope that through this album you get a better glimpse into who I am as an artist, you know a glimpse into not only my country influences, but some of my rock influences, some of my R&B influences, and just my love for songwriting. I really feel like we’ve done a good job with the production [and] with the writing of this record, and I hope you feel like you know a little bit more about who I am after listening to it. That’s kinda what I hope you take away with from the Home State album.”
    Home State Track List:

    1. “Take It From Me” (Jordan Davis, Jason Gantt, Jacob Davis)
      2. “Going ‘Round” (Jordan Davis, Ben Daniel, Pavel Dovgalyuk)
      3. “More Than I Know” (Jordan Davis, Paul DiGiovanni, Blair Daly)
      4. “Slow Dance In A Parking Lot” (Jordan Davis, Lonnie Fowler)
      5. “Singles You Up” (Jordan Davis, Justin Ebach, Steven Dale Jones)
      6. “Sundowners” (Jordan Davis, Josh Jenkins, Matt Jenkins)
      7. “Tough To Tie Down” (Jordan Davis, Jeff Middleton, Seth Ennis)
      8. “Selfish” (Jordan Davis, Jason Gantt, Joshua Wade Door)
      9. “Made That Way” (Jordan Davis, Paul DiGiovanni, Scooter Carusoe)
      10. “So Do I” (Jordan Davis, Paul DiGiovanni, Jamie Paulin)
      11. “Dreamed You Did” (Jordan Davis, Shane Minor, Jonathan Singleton)
      12. “Leaving New Orleans” (Jordan Davis, Lonnie Fowler, David Frasier)

      Jordan is on the road in St. Louis this weekend wrapping up his White Wine and Whiskey Tour.

    Audio / Jordan Davis explains how he and his co-writers came up with the idea for "Singles You Up."

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    Jordan Davis (Singles You Up) 1 OC: …lot to me. :29
    “‘Singles You Up’ was written with two buddies of mine back in Nashville. One of ‘em had just gotten engaged, and when he came in we were congratulating him on it, and the saying ‘You’re smart enough not to single her up’ was thrown up, and I think we all kind of knew that we needed to write that. We actually wrote it really, really quick, I mean right when we got done, we knew we had something special. So, we have a blast playing it, and I can’t be happier that it’s my debut single. It’s a song that means a lot to me.”

    Audio / Jordan Davis talks about his hopes for his debut album, Home State.

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    Jordan Davis (album expectations) OC: …Home State album. :27
    “I really hope that through this album you get a better glimpse into who I am as an artist, you know a glimpse into not only my country influences, but some of my rock influences, some of my R&B influences, and just my love for songwriting. I really feel like we’ve done a good job with the production [and] with the writing of this record, and I hope you feel like you know a little bit more about who I am after listening to it. That’s kinda what I hope you take away with from the Home State album.”

    Audio / Jordan Davis explains why he named his debut album, Home State.

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    Jordan Davis (album title) 1 OC: …Home State. :39
    “When it came time to name the record, you know, Louisiana is a big part of who I am and I love the fact that I’m from Louisiana and I call Louisiana my home state. One of the main reasons that it’s called that is that this record, the ideas for these songs, the inspiration behind these songs can all be traced back to Louisiana. All those songs [on the record] started in Louisiana, and I thought what better way than to kinda put a line through all of them and tie a bow on this whole record. I thought Louisiana was too much, and I’ve always loved that title, Home State.”

  • JORDAN DAVIS OVERWHELMED BY HOW HIS DEBUT SONG, ‘SINGLES YOU UP,’ IS AFFECTING PEOPLE.

    Jordan Davis is experiencing his first Top 5 record with his debut song, “Singles You Up.” He says seeing how the song affects people is the main reason he writes and makes music.

    “Obviously, country radio has been great in playing it and to see it where it’s at on the charts as a debut song, you know it’s kinda crazy you know to think that it’s doing what it’s doing,” says Jordan. “To see people’s reaction when we start playing that song, you know that’s why we do it. That’s why you write songs for people to hear ‘em, for people to feel something. That’s one that people have fun when they hear that song, you know when we play it in the live show. When I see people’s reaction to it on Twitter or Instagram, that’s why you write music — to make somebody feel something. And if they feel happy when they sing it, it’s pretty awesome. So, it’s one that I’m happy to be a part of.”

    “Singles You Up” is the first release from his debut album, Home State, which will be available next Friday (March 23rd).

    Audio / Jordan Davis talks about how his debut song, “Singles You Up,” has changed his life.

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    Jordan Davis (debut song has changed his life) OC: …a part of. :47
    “Obviously, country radio has been great in playing it and to see it where it’s at on the charts as a debut song, you know it’s kinda crazy you know to think that it’s doing what it’s doing. I’ll be honest with you as one of the last songs, it actually was the last song that we wrote for this record. To see people’s reaction when we start playing that song, you know that’s why we do it. That’s why you write songs for people to hear ‘em, for people to feel something. That’s one that people have fun when they hear that song, you know when we play it in the live show. When I see people’s reaction to it on Twitter or Instagram, that’s why you write music — to make somebody feel something. And if they feel happy when they sing it, it’s pretty awesome. So, it’s one that I’m happy to be a part of.”

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  • NEWS AND NOTES: Dierks, Shania, Lady A, Jordan, Sam, Chris

    Dierks Bentley’s “Woman, Amen” was heard during Sunday night’s premiere of ABC’s American Idol.

    Shania Twain has signed on to be one of the judges on the reality series, RuPaul’s Drag Race, which features several female impersonators through a series of competitions and challenges.

    Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley, Jordan Davis and Scotty McCreery are among the artists performing during the 14th Annual Drive for Show Rock Fore! Dough concert April 3rd prior to the 2018 Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. All proceeds will benefit The First Tee of Augusta, which strives to impact the lives of young people by creating affordable and accessible golf facilities.

    Sam Hunt won an iHeart Radio Award Sunday night for Country Song of the Year for his huge smash “Body Like a Back Road,” while Chris Stapleton’s From A Room: Volume 1 picked up the award for Country Album of the Year.

  • JORDAN DAVIS GIVES A NOD TO LOUISIANA ON HIS DEBUT ALBUM, ‘HOME STATE.’

    Jordan Davis is preparing to release his debut album, Home State, later this month. The singer-songwriter is from Louisiana and what better way to honor where he came from than to reference them in the title of his first album?

    “One of the main reasons that it’s called that is that this record, the ideas for these songs, the inspiration behind these songs can all be traced back to Louisiana. All those songs [on the record] started in Louisiana, and I thought what better way than to kinda put a line through all of them and tie a bow on this whole record. I thought Louisiana was too much, and I’ve always loved that title, Home State.”

    Jordan’s Top 10 song, “Singles You Up,” is the first release from Home State, which will be available March 23rd.

    Jordan heads to Decatur, Georgia March 20th for the next stop on his White Wine and Whiskey Tour.

    Audio / Jordan Davis explains why he named his debut album, Home State.

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    Jordan Davis (album title) OC: …Home State. :39
    “When it came time to name the record, you know, Louisiana is a big part of who I am and I love the fact that I’m from Louisiana and I call Louisiana my home state. One of the main reasons that it’s called that is that this record, the ideas for these songs, the inspiration behind these songs can all be traced back to Louisiana. All those songs [on the record] started in Louisiana, and I thought what better way than to kinda put a line through all of them and tie a bow on this whole record. I thought Louisiana was too much, and I’ve always loved that title, Home State.”

  • JORDAN DAVIS’ SHREVEPORT ROOTS ARE REVEALED IN HIS MUSIC.

    Jordan Davis is from Shreveport, Louisiana, and he says growing up there has heavily influenced his music.

    “I’m from Shreveport, Louisiana and I think that it’s influenced my music, basically because it’s just a melting pot,” says Jordan. “You know, the musical history of Shreveport goes back very, very far, back to the Louisiana Hayride, and I think the music is a huge part of what Shreveport is. Being that close to Mississippi, being in the same state as New Orleans, there’s just a huge culture, mixed bag of different kinds of music. Then you throw in the music that’s been in my family – my dad, my mom, my uncle – I think it just kind of made for this perfect storm of what my music is today.”

    Jordan is sitting inside the Top 10 on the country charts with his debut song, “Singles You Up.” It’s the first release from his upcoming album, Home State, which comes out March 23rd.

    Jordan will join Jake Owen and Chris Janson on the Life’s Whatcha Make It Tour, kicking off May 18th in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

    Audio / Jordan Davis says being raised in Shreveport, Louisiana has crafted his musical style.

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    Jordan Davis (being from Shreveport influenced his music) OC: …is today. :43
    “I’m from Shreveport, Louisiana and I think that it’s influenced my music, basically because it’s just a melting pot. You know, the musical history of Shreveport goes back very, very far, back to the Louisiana Hayride, and I think the music is a huge part of what Shreveport is. Being that close to Mississippi, being in the same state as New Orleans, there’s just a huge culture, mixed bag of different kinds of music. Then you throw in the music that’s been in my family – my dad, my mom, my uncle – I think it just kind of made for this perfect storm of what my music is today.”

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