Curb recording artist Jackson Michelson captures bittersweet forethought in his latest single “One Day,” out today and now available to stream and purchase. Co-written by Michelson, Justin Ebach and Matt Alderman, the family man makes a lyrical leap in time, painting a picture of the the not-so-distant future, highlighting the importance of living in the now. The message is further enhanced by the mid-tempo production of Jeff Pardo.
Listen to “One Day” HERE.
“‘One Day’ is the most personal song I’ve ever written and recorded – a glimpse into my life and the reality that time doesn’t stop for anything or anyone,” explains Michelson. “Even as a young parent, it’s a reminder to soak in every moment with the ones you love, because someday we’ll be wishing for one day when they were young.”
“One Day” follows Michelson’s most recent single and video “Stay Over,” which released digitally in July and to radio in December. The video for “Stay Over” has already seen nearly 400,000 views, and the track has been featured on Spotify’s Hot Country, New Boots, Wild Country and Pop-Co playlists, as well as YouTube Music’s Country’s New Crop playlist.
UPCOMING TOUR DATES
March 6 – Druid City Music Hall – Tuscaloosa, AL
March 14 – C2C – London, United Kingdom
March 15 – C2C – London, United Kingdom
March 19 – Tin Roof – Birmingham, AL
March 20 – Tin Roof – Memphis, TN
March 21 – Tin Roof – Nashville, TN
March 22 – Tin Roof – Cincinnati, OH
March 26 – Tin Roof – Charlotte, NC
March 27 – Tin Roof – Raleigh, NC
March 28 – Tin Roof – Myrtle Beach, SC
March 29 – Tin Roof – Columbia, SC
ABOUT JACKSON MICHELSON:
Curb’s Jackson Michelson’s previous releases and powerful arrangements have been praised for “staying atop the beat to drive it through to the end” (Taste of Country). The promising rising star grew up in the “Grass Seed Capital of the World,” Corvallis, Oregon, listening to the sounds of his mother’s favorite country songs and father’s soul. Always looking up to his older brother who toured as a Christian artist, Michelson joined him on the road to help sell merch while taking everything in and making a to do list all his own. After returning home with an undeniable fire lit inside of him, Michelson started playing in bands throughout his hometown while writing songs that balanced high-energy hooks with good natured storylines. Songs like “The Good Life” have been embraced by many and earned the support of SiriusXM’s The Highway, which helped Michelson reach new fans across the country. Before he knew it, his schedule was filled with over 200 shows a year including opening slots for Blake Shelton, Lee Brice, Frankie Ballard and more. Looking ahead, Michelson is excited for the next chapter of his ‘good life’ – one he’s built himself, show by show and song by song – with new cities to play, songs to be written and opportunities to explore.