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Dean goes for "Greenbroke"

Monday, February 28, 2022 – Maryland artist Jackson Dean makes his debut with "Greenbroke" March 11 on Big Machine, the label announced today.

Dean helped write all 10 songs on the disc, which was produced by Luke Dick.

Dean considered four labels before going with Big Machine. "I don't know what I thought it would be," he said. "I was living in a little shack on my grandfather's property, playing shows and writing songs. It was about the force of the music, and the way it moved people. That was what I was chasing, and I ended up here."

"Never lose your wild," said Dean. "You can be tame enough to be in the room, but never let go of that untamed sense of who you are. That's where your truest self lives."

The songs feature slashing guitars, thumping drums and Dean's raw baritone .

"We've always made our way, done what we had to do," said Dean. "We were raised to live without fear, to look what you had to do in the eye, and get on with it. There's a freedom that comes with living that way. You know whatever happens, you're gonna find a way. It goes back to the idea of being greenbroke; you can go anywhere, but that doesn't mean you have to surrender your untamed self."

The track list is:
1. Don't Come Lookin' | Jackson Dean, Luke Dick
2. Trailer Park | Jackson Dean, Cary Barlowe, Jesse Frasure
3. Fearless | Jackson Dean, Luke Dick, Jonathan Scott Sherwood
4. Don't Take Much | Jackson Dean, Marv Green, JT Harding
5. Superstitions | Jackson Dean, Luke Dick, Dan Tyminski
6. Love You Anymore | Jackson Dean, Brian Bunn, Phillip Lammonds
Red Light | Jackson Dean, Jonathan Scott Sherwood, Ryan Tyndell
8. Other Than Me | Jackson Dean, Bryan Simpson, Ryan Tyndell
9. Wings | Jackson Dean, Park Chisolm
10. Greenbroke | Jackson Dean, Jeff Hyde

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CD review - Live at the Ryman When he was 18, Jackson Dean moved out of a shack on his grandfather's property in the small town of Odenton, Md. and left to pursue a career in music. After just a couple of years, he had a record label deal. Then his debut single, "Don't Come Lookin'," reached number three on Billboard's Country Airplay chart, and his debut album, "Greenbroke," released in 2022, was a hit. Dean's soulful, raw-edged vocals and gripping storylines draw the listener in ...

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