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JAKE OWEN SELLS OUT SHOWS LEADING INTO HIS FIRST HEADLINING PERFORMANCE IN NASHVILLE AT ASCEND AMPHITHEATER ON APRIL 27



Nashville, TN – Coming off SOLD-OUT shows last week, RCA Nashville recording artist Jake Owen will perform his first ticketed headlining show in Nashville at Ascend Amphitheater on Thursday, April 27th with a capacity crowd expected. Tickets on sale NOW. Click here.

Owen is featured in The TennesseanWhen CMA award-winning journalist Cindy Watts talked to him about embracing his heritage to give fans the sun-soaked songs they love the most, Owen said, “Most people who know me know I have such a respect and appreciation for great country music, but I’ve also learned how to respect it while still building a brand and feeling and vibe that I truly love to represent. I’m excited to share that with a lot of people. This is a really, really big deal to me.”

Giving back is a huge focus in Owen’s life. Last Friday night at his sold-out show in Sayreville, NJ, he helped WKMK raise over $100,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. St. Jude is also a beneficiary of The Jake Owen Foundation concert he hosts each December in his hometown of Vero Beach, FL.

Owen’s current single, “Good Company,” which was the most-added song at country radio last week jumped 10 spots on the Billboard Country Airplay chart from No. 63 to No. 53.

In addition, the finishing touches are being made on Owen’s fall “Good Company World Tour,” which will include arenas and theaters in America as well as Canada and a European tour in 2018.

About Jake Owen:
Jake Owen has had six No. 1 singles to date - the 2X PLATINUM anthem “Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” PLATINUM-certified hits “Beachin’,” “Anywhere with You,” “Alone with You” and “The One That Got Away” plus GOLD-certified “American Country Love Song.” The RCA Nashville recording artist recently released his fifth studio album, AMERICAN LOVE, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album was produced by award-winning songwriters/producers Shane McAnally and Ross Copperman plus Owen co-produced three tracks, which marks his first time as a co-producer with Lukas Bracewell. The Vero Beach, FL native is well known for his high-energy performances and laid-back style.

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