CJ Solar returned to The Grand Ole Opry Friday night to perform two songs from his new The Future’s Neon album, which was released earlier that day. He sang his current radio hit, “All I Can Think About Lately,” and “Hungover Enough,” both from the new album.
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As an artist, CJ has released three EPs yielding the Top 15 hits “American Girls” and “Airplane” and the Top 10 “Coming My Way” and garnered over five million overall streams. He received the MusicRow Independent Artist of the Year Award in 2019. He tours coast-to-coast headlining his own dates and opening for the likes of Lynyrd Skynyrd, 38 Special, Gary Allan, Chris Janson, Hank Jr, Aaron Watson and others.
CJ recently signed an exclusive writing agreement with Edgehill Music Publishing in Nashville. A native of Baton Rouge and Belmont University graduate, Solar has penned #1 singles for Morgan Wallen (“Up Down” featuring Florida Georgia Line) and Jameson Rodgers (“Some Girls”). He won ASCAP Awards for both songs and also co-wrote Jason Aldean’s “I Don’t Drink Anymore,” Justin Moore’s “Between You & Me,” Jerrod Niemann’s “The Regulars” and Top 30 “Blue Bandana” and more.https://www.countryschatter.com/2022/08/cj-solar-grand-ole-opry-photos/Grand Ole OpryNew ReleasesPress ReleaseCJ Solar,craig campbell,Dan Rogers,Grand Ole Opry,THE FUTURE'S NEON