Jameson Rodgers


Biography Jameson Rodgers



Jameson Rodgers
is an American singer and songwriter born in 1985. He was born and raised in Batesville, Mississippi, and would pursue baseball and country music when he attended college before moving to Nashville to pursue a career in 2010. Rodger would land his first publishing deal in 2014 before writing his first major records for the band Florida Georgia Line.

iHeartRadio Music Awards Best New Country Artist nominee Jameson Rodgers is quickly cementing his place as one of country music’s most intriguing singer/songwriters. Not only does the Mississippi native currently find himself enjoying the success of his Platinum-certified No. 1 hit “Some Girls” and his follow-up Top 10 smash “Cold Beer Calling My Name” featuring label mate Luke Combs, but the 33-year-old is now on the cusp of releasing his debut album Bet You’re From a Small Town on Sept. 17. It’s all a part of a journey that began in 2010, when Rodgers moved to Nashville and started laying the groundwork of his career at a myriad of open mic nights in Music City. Soon, Rodgers’ talent as a songwriter began to get noticed, as he 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 latest release Born Here Live Here Die Here. Rodgers is currently headlining his COLD BEER CALLING MY NAME TOUR 2021 through December.

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