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JIMMIE ALLEN GIVES GRAND OLE OPRY DEBUT HIS “BEST SHOT” AND RECEIVES STANDING OVATION

JIMMIE ALLEN GIVES GRAND OLE OPRY DEBUT HIS “BEST SHOT” ANDRECEIVES STANDING OVATION

Country Music’s “Artist to Watch” Releases New Song, “21”

NASHVILLE, TN (May 7, 2018)—Stoney Creek Records’ Jimmie Allen brought the packed crowd to their feet on Friday night (May 4), as he made his Grand Ole Opry debut.
Following the realization of his life-long dream of performing in
Country music’s hallowed circle, the singer was brought to tears as he
received a standing ovation from the audience at the world-famous Grand Ole Opry.

The
emotional evening was made even sweeter as Aaron Tippin (Jimmie’s
father’s favorite artist was on hand to support the newcomer leading
into his performance and was the first to greet him as he stepped off
the stage for his very first time. He was introduced by Opry legend
Jeannie Seely and congratulated backstage by Charley Pride, who was
celebrating his 25th anniversary as an Opry member.

“What
an incredibly surreal moment for me — I got my first taste of Country
music listening to Aaron Tippin with my dad and really fell in love with
the genre listening to the Opry so to play that stage is a dream in of
itself but to have the artist who inspired it all be by my side through
it is a dream I didn’t even know existed,” said an emotional Jimmie. “To
play the Opry is an unbelievable honor. Legends have played that stage
and to be welcomed into that family; I’m just filled with gratitude and
feel even more motivated to keep working hard, writing music and giving
Country music my all.”

Stepping
into that iconic circle for the first, time Jimmie showed off his
velvety-smooth vocals with a brand new song, released on Friday,
entitled “21.” The track is the first release in a new collection of songs the singer calls the “Slower Lower Sessions,”
which are all inspired by memories growing up in the “Slower Lower”
region of Delaware. Jimmie will share a new song from the series each
month leading up to the launch of his full-length album, due later this
year. “21,” written by Ash Bowers, Brandon Hood and Josh Jenkins is available for purchase HERE.

Jimmie also dazzled the crowd singing his debut single Best Shot,”
off his self-titled EP. The personal song was inspired by advice from
Jimmie’s grandmother and is currently approaching Top 40 on the Country
charts after debuting as the 2nd Most Added song at Country radio. This
remarkable debut comes on the tail of being recognized on nearly every
“One to Watch” list for 2018 after quietly dropping his self-titled EP
in October.

The
hot newcomer instantly caught the ears of music lovers on digital
streaming players with his cutting-edge melodic mix of Country and rock,
soulful groove and heartfelt lyrics before winning over their hearts
with his personable demeanor and unbreakable spirit. Jimmie shares his
journey, which Taste of Country declared “the most feel-good story since fans learned of Shania Twain’s hard luck upraising,” in his docu-series “Jimmie Allen All In,” available here.

Jimmie Allen EP, produced by Ash Bowers and Eric Torres can be found HERE. For tour dates and more information, visit www.JimmieAllenMusic.com.

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