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CHRIS JANSON TAPPED TO OPEN MERLE HAGGARD SOLD-OUT SHOWS

CHRIS JANSON TAPPED TO OPEN MERLE HAGGARD SOLD-OUT SHOWS AT NASHVILLE’S RYMAN AUDITORIUM
 
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Chris Janson
Chris Janson

NASHVILLE, TN (August 21, 2014) – Country music entertainer Chris Janson will join the legendary Merle Haggard next week, for two sold-out shows at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium. Recently named by Rolling Stone Country as
one of the “Top 10 Artist You Need To Know,” Janson will light up the
stage as the opening act for Haggard during both shows on Monday (8/25)
and Tuesday (8/26).
 
“It’s an incredible honor to play on
this show and I’m humbled. It’s hard to even find words to
describe…this is a career milestone for me and I’m beyond grateful,”
shares Janson. “It’s just a few shorts steps from the back door of
Tootsie’s where I had my first gig and a lot of hard work later to make
it to the Ryman with Merle. A dream come true!”
 
Janson has garnered national attention for his energetic live performances, as he was noted by Billboard Magazine as “The New Wave of Country Music,” “Artist Worth Your Attention,” by The Boston Globe and “Best Live Show” by Rolling Stone Country.
While playing more than 100 shows this past year, the singer has
reached capacity crowds at multiple tour stops. This summer, he made his
mark at major festivals such as Country Thunder, We Fest, Creekfest, as
well as Deer Assic Classic, and has opened for some of the biggest
names in music including Lynyrd Skynyrd, Florida Georgia Line, Hank
Williams Jr. and Haggard. Since his Grand Ole Opry debut last year,
Janson has been asked to perform on the coveted stage over 50 times.
 
The talented songwriter began writing
at 18-years-old, and has scored cuts with notable artists such as Tim
McGraw (“Truck Yeah”), Justin Moore (“Off The Beaten Path”) and Parmalee
(“Back In The Day. The Perryville, Missouri, native first broke onto
the Nashville music scene when he landed a year long, four show a day
gig at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge on Nashville’s Lower Broadway.
 
 Photo Credit: Courtesy of Country Music Association

           

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Chris Janson

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