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Mar
23

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Jon Pardi To Release Sophomore Album ‘California Sunrise’ June 17

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Capitol Records Nashville’s Jon Pardi releases his highly-anticipated sophomore album, California Sunrise, on June 17. The album’s lead single, “Head Over Boots,” is a swinging, mid-tempo tune currently climbing country radio’s Top 20 and gaining Top 15 in country track sales. The song immediately connects with fans and gives a taste of what to expect from the California native’s upcoming second studio album.
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Feb
2

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Tortuga Music Fest Adds Kelsea Ballerini, Jon Pardi, Kristian Bush To Line-Up

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Huka Entertainment is pleased to announce Rock The Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival, now a three-day event, has added even more amazing performers to its already stellar music line-up. Joining country superstar headliners Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw and Dierks Bentley will be: Billboard’s Top New Country Artist of 2015 and rising star Kelsea Ballerini, innovators of deep southern soul St. Paul & the Broken Bones, high-energy, straight country honky-tonker Jon Pardi, Kristian Bush, whose debut solo album was dubbed by Country Weekly as the “feel-good album of the year” and the beautiful duo Muddy Magnolias whoElle Magazine described as a “country, soul, and R&B cocktail that’s heavy on harmony and candid, occasionally gritty, lyrics.”

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Jan
15

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Jon Pardi’s ‘All Time High’ Kicks Off 2016 With Multiple Sell-Out Shows

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Pardi’s Latest “Head Over Boots” Currently Playing on Country Radio

Capitol Record Nashville’s Jon Pardi set out on his All Time High Tour presented by Texas Roadhouse in October with sold out shows in San Diego, Anaheim and Sacramento, Calif., and has continued to pack venues across the country through the new year. So far in 2016, Pardi’s passionate fan base have capped out clubs in Indianapolis, Ind., Cleveland, Ohio and Detroit, Mich. with upcoming sellouts this weekend in Boston, Mass. and Philadelphia, Pa.
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Sep
10

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Jon Pardi ‘Head Over Boots’ – Single Review

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Jon Pardi arrived at the time of the bros in 2012/13, so it’s easy to lump him in with those, but his music is actually far more traditionally-leaning than a lot of people give him credit for. Sure, he’s no Mo Pitney, but his twangy, distinctly southern delivery coupled with the use of banjo, pedal steel and some great country electric guitar makes for an artist who’s straddling contemporary and traditional. His big single ‘Up All Night’ was probably also the most commercial of the lot, both sonically and lyrically, but it’s a shame that even then he couldn’t quite make the top 10 and his follow-ups were top 40 at best (lower, in fact, than his top 30 debut ‘Missin’ You Crazy’). The corresponding album ‘Write You A Song’ didn’t sell a lot, in fact only 71,000 to date, but it was pretty well-received by critics, and Jon’s release of ‘The B-Sides, 2011-2014’ earlier this year helped cement the critical approval significantly.

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Aug
26

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Jon Pardi Announces ‘All Time High’ Tour Presented By Texas Roadhouse

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SPECIAL GUESTS BROTHERS OSBORNE TO JOIN PARDI ON TOUR

Capitol Records Nashville recording artist Jon Pardi announces today his headlining ALL TIME HIGH TOUR presented by Texas Roadhouse launching this fall. With 18 cross-country dates, the California native kicks off the tour in his home state at House of Blues in San Diego on Oct. 8. Fans can purchase tickets beginning August 28 at www.JonPardi.com with an exclusive presale for Pardi fan club members opening August 26.

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Aug
14

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Guitar-B-Que @ Loser’s Bar, Nashville, TN | August 12, 2015 – Review

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Having seen the line up for this year’s Guitar-B-Que in aid of St Jude’s Research Hospital, I was excited about the prospect of seeing some of my favorite artists all in a fairly intimate setting. Cam’s ‘Burning House’ is one of my very favorite songs of the year so far, and Jon Pardi’s debut album and B-Sides completely won me as a big fan. A Thousand Horses were more tricky since they are one of those bands who seem very moulded into something wholly commercial, and hence less authentic. Eli Young Band I’m going to admit, were not on the list of artists I wanted to see. Lee Brice however was, and I am quite a fan of many of his songs, and it was his inclusion that really made me want to go.

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May
28

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Jon Pardi ‘The B Sides: 2011-2014’ – EP Review

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If you’ve been consciously avoiding any of the new males on country radio, then you might just be missing out. Among the great pop-country of Frankie Ballard, Brett Eldredge and Eric Paslay, we have Jon Pardi, a man who received his biggest hit with his most commercial song ‘Up All Night’ in 2013 (it reached top 10), but nonetheless has begun to pave a road of country music that crosses the traditional with the modern. In other words, he’s a hell of a lot more authentic than the vast majority of his contemporaries, be they more commercially successful or not. Subsequent singles ‘What I Can’t Put Down’ and ‘When I’ve Been Drinkin’’ both only made top 40, but they garnered positive reactions from fans and critics and started to show that he wasn’t afraid to stick to his roots.

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Apr
30

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Jon Pardi To Release ‘The B-Sides, 2011-2014’ On May 19

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Three-Part Documentary, “Intro to the Pardi,” Available Exclusively on VEVO

While country music traditionalist Jon Pardi is working on his sophomore studio album, he is responding to fans’ demand for more music with his May 19 digital EP release, The B Sides, 2011-2014.

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