Owen offers "Greetings"
Thursday, February 28, 2019
– Jake Owen will offer "Greetings from...Jake Owen" on March 29 on Big Loud Records.
Owen makes his first release since signing with new label, Big Loud.
Owen currently Is on the charts with "Down To The Honkytonk." Written by Rodney Clawson, Luke Laird and Shane McAnally, "Down To The Honkytonk" is the Florida native's fastest-rising career single to date.
The cover art, revealed today, was inspired by old time postcards from Owen's childhood and his Floridian roots, with a nod to Owen's new label home and a welcome invitation for fans to join him on this next chapter musically and in all areas of his life - music, film, golf, and at home.
The upcoming CD reunites Owen and producer Joey Moi, an owner of Big Loud,who produced some of Owen's biggest hits to date, including "Barefoot Blue Jean Night," "Alone with You" and "Beachin'."
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