Jerrod Niemann Celebrates “This Ride” Alongside All-Star Songwriters

Jerrod Niemann celebrated his pioneering new album, “This Ride”… available everywhere Friday, October 6th…surrounded by family, friends and the acclaimed songwriters that are featured on the album at an intimate soirée Tuesday night (9/26).

Gathering at Hemingway’s Bar & Hideaway in Nashville, TN, the Platinum-selling hitmaker introduced the album and paid special tribute to the incredible tunesmiths in attendance. Adding to the already poetic vibe of the aptly named restaurant, Niemann’s favorite lyrics from all 13 album tracks were set on full display around the room.

It’s an honor to be a part of this community,” shared Niemann. “It was important for me at this event to celebrate the talent and friendship of everyone that poured their heart and soul into this album.”

In anticipation of “This Ride“, Niemann recently released music videos for the sexy “But I Do,” grooving feel-good anthem “I Got This,” and the heart-wrenching “Comeback.” The album is currently available for , and fans that purchase will receive four songs instantly, including single “God Made A Woman.”

Niemann’s long string of success dates back to 2010 with the #1 debut of “Judge Jerrod &The Hung Jury”, while each of his next two albums also landed inside the Top 10 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Meanwhile, songs “Lover, Lover” and “Drink to That All Night” became Platinum-certified smashes, and “What Do You Want” struck Gold as a sultry Top 5 Country radio hit.

Known for his charismatic live shows, Niemann has shared the stage with superstars like Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley, and Brad Paisley throughout his career, and continues on the road with headline dates from Florida to California through November.

For more a complete list of tour dates and more information on Jerrod Niemann, visit his website  and follow him on Twitter  and Facebook.


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