Up-and-comer Jordan Rowe released his debut album “Bad Case Of The Good Ole Boy” on Friday, August 6. Featured on this album are previously released songs “Who Needs You” and the title track “Bad Case Of The Good Ole Boy.” Most recently, Rowe gave fans one of the best collaborations of 2021 with “Mama Ain’t Jesus” feat. Lainey Wilson.
The proud south Georgia native moved to Nashville just a couple of years ago and is already making waves. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia who studied Agribusiness and Music Business. Following his passion for music and gift of songwriting, Rowe has found himself in writing sessions and touring with some of his favorite artists, including Jon Pardi.
A country traditionalist at heart, Rowe delivers an authentic body of work that showcases who he wants to be as an artist. One of those authentic tracks is “The Good One’s Do.” A song about realizing not every friend, father, or partner does things the right way, but you’re lucky if you find the good ones. “Every girl don’t dance barefoot in the rain, and every girl don’t stay when she could have walked away.”
Rowe has several artists who influenced his music such as Alan Jackson and Joe Diffie. His sound can also be compared to the early days of Luke Bryan and Eric Church. All of those elements blend perfectly into the playful song “Can’t In A Car.” This song in particular is made to be performed live.
“Bad Case Of The Good Ole Boy” ends with the track “10-4.” The guitar riff in the intro sets up the song to sound like you’re being transported back to 90’s country. The classic country appeal is aided by vocals from Tracy Lawrence, Eddie Montgomery, and Rhett Akins. All four voices make for a compelling choice radio craves.
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