Jade Eagleson Honky Talkin’

Jade Eagleson Two-Steps His Way Into Summer

With Release of “Honky Talkin’”

Multi-PLATINUM Country artist Jade Eagleson continues to revive Country music’s roots with today’s release of “Honky Talkin’.” Honoring the traditional Country music Eagleson grew up listening to, “Honky Talkin’” gives fans the perfect soundtrack to kick off the summer season. Featuring clever wordplay, the song tells the tale of a honky tonk queen who travels the country two steppin’ and breaking hearts. Written by Geoff Warburton, Griffen Palmer and Joe Fox, the track fits perfectly in Eagleson’s catalog showcasing his neo-traditional sound.

The celebrated artist will be taking the stage across the festival circuit this spring and summer at already announced shows including The Calgary Stampede, Cavendish Beach Music Festival, LASSO, Quonset Days and Meadows Music Festival. The Ontario native brings his undeniable energetic live set to fans playing some of his biggest hits of the past and giving a sneak peek at the unreleased songs he has been working on for his next project. With even more music coming over the next few months, fans will have no shortage of new tracks to tap their toes to all summer long.
Eagleson’s most recent single, the high-energy western swing-inspired “Rodeo Queen,” not only encourages you to get out on the dance floor but is an ode to the fun-loving spirit Country music inspires. Both tracks will be found on the award-winning artist’s next album, which will be dropping later this fall.

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