Rutledge 058If you’ve been reading Country’s Chatter for a while now, you know that I’m a Jason Jones fan. I’ve been writing about him since February, 2009, when I saw him perform at The City of Hope benefit at the Rutledge, in Hashville.

Jason, Opry

Photo Caption (from L to R): Cris Lacy /WMN VP A&R; Pete Olson /Rogue Music Group (Jason Jones’ Management);
Jason Jones; Jimmy Dickens; Scott Kernahan /Rogue Music Group (Jason Jones’ Management) Photo Credit: Chris Hollow

Warner Bros. Records newcomer, Jason Jones, made his Grand Ole Opry debut on the renowned stage Saturday, October 1st performing  “Ferris Wheel” along with his new single, “You’re My Favorite.” The songs are from his self-titled digital SIX PAK and will be featured on his forthcoming full-length debut produced by Brett Beavers (Dierks Bentley). Jason joined Laura Bell Bundy, Jimmy Dickens, Mike Snider, among others in the line-up for Saturday’s show.

Rutledge 048A native of Wakulla, Florida, Jones is a songwriter, guitarist, and singer, with an immediately irresistible alto-tenor voice that is guaranteed to lift listeners 100 feet off the ground. Jones will have country music fans soaring all across the country as he is currently out on the road visiting radio and playing shows nationwide in support of his music, which includes his current single “You’re My Favorite.”

Jason’s new single is “You’re My Favorite.” We’ve got the audio below, and I hope once you hear it, you will join me in calling your favorite radio station and requesting it.

Jason’s new single

In addition to Jason’s web site, you can also keep up with Jason on facebook, and follow him on Twitter @jonesville.

More later!
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If you’ve been reading Country’s Chatter for a while now, you know that I’m a Jason Jones fan. I’ve been writing about him since February, 2009, when I saw him perform at The City of Hope benefit at the Rutledge, in Hashville. Photo Caption (from...