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Chris Janson


Chris Janson (born April 2, 1986) is an American country music singer and songwriter. He has written singles for Tim McGraw among others, and has played harmonica for Lee Brice. Janson has also recorded a full-length album, "Buy Me a Boat", through Warner Bros. Records Nashville. The album's title track was a Top 5 hit on the Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts, and No. 1 on the country music charts published by Mediabase, in late 2015. Besides this album, Janson has released one extended play each for Bigger Picture Music Group and Columbia Records.


 

Background information From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 

Musical career

Janson was born April 2, 1986 in Perryville, Missouri. He moved to Nashville, Tennessee after finishing high school.

 

In June 2009, Janson co-wrote and recorded two duets with Holly Williams on her album "Here with Me: I Hold On" and "A Love I Think Will Last". Janson signed to BNA Records in October 2009 and released his debut single, "Til' a Woman Comes Along," in April 2010. Matt Bjorke of Roughstock gave the single a five-star rating, with his review praising Janson's vocals as well as the arrangement. The song debuted at No. 56 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts dated for the week ending May 1, 2010.

 

After BNA was re-structured, Janson left the label. He cowrote Tim McGraw's 2012 single "Truck Yeah", played harmonica on Lee Brice's album "Hard 2 Love", and wrote the title track to Justin Moore's 2013 album "Off the Beaten Path". Janson has also had additional songs recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., Tim McGraw, Randy Houser, Joe Nichols, Parmalee, Frankie Ballard, Tyler Farr, Jerrod Niemann, Craig Campbell, JB and the Moonshine Band, and LoCash.

In 2013, he signed to Bigger Picture Music Group and released "Better I Don't." Janson wrote the song with his wife, Kelly, and Pat Bunch, and Keith Stegall produced it. "Better I Don't" peaked at number 40 on Country Airplay in mid 2013. A second single, "Cut Me Some Slack", peaked at number 60 before Bigger Picture closed in 2014. That same year, Columbia Records released "Take It to the Bank", which included "Til a Woman Comes Along" and other songs that he had recorded while on BNA.

 

Janson self-released the single "Buy Me a Boat" in early 2015. The song debuted at No. 33 on Hot Country Songs after it received airplay on the Bobby Bones Show. It was officially released as a single via Warner Bros. Records Nashville in May 2015, and became Janson's first top 5 hit by August. In September, Janson announced that his debut studio album, also titled "Buy Me a Boat", would be released on October 30. "Buy Me a Boat" peaked at No. 3 on Country Airplay, and No. 1 on Mediabase. The album's second single is "Power of Positive Drinkin'". Also in 2015, Janson co-wrote LoCash's "I Love This Life". Also in 2016, Janson co-wrote Randy Houser's "Song Number 7".

 

Janson performed on the third day of the 2016 Republican National Convention.

Janson's second album for Warner Bros., Everybody, was released in September 2017. Its lead single is "Fix a Drink". On February 6, 2018, during his first, sold out headlining show at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, country star Keith Urban invited Janson to become the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry.

Musical stylings

Nashville Gab wrote that "He is explosive on stage and completely unpredictable. I compare his live set to a wild horse, it's not meant to be tamed. He brings a blue-collar, redneck edge to every show that seems to be lacking in country music these days. Chris Janson is the future of country music..."

Personal life

Chris Janson is married to Kelly Lynn. They have four children, two of whom are from Lynn's previous marriage .


 

Videos, Downloads

Am 09.06.2017 veröffentlicht

Am 22.05.2018 veröffentlicht

Hochgeladen am 12.05.2010

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Live at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN, on September 11, 2015. 

Hochgeladen am 06.07.2010

Veröffentlicht am 20.01.2017

Live at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN, on December 13, 2016.




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Wikipedia: This page was last edited on 2 October 2018, at 15:23 (UTC).

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