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Good news piles up for Jake Owen

Tuesday, March 4, 2008 – A day after celebrating his third consecutive Top 20 hit with "Something About A Woman," Jake Owen received more good news Tuesday - a nomination for Top New Male Vocalist at this year's Academy of Country Music Awards.

"This is incredible," said Owen. "A few years ago I was playing in college bars and now to be nominated for an ACM - I'm truly humbled and speechless."

From his debut album, "Startin' With Me," Owen enjoyed a Top 15 hit with his debut single "Yee Haw" and a Top 10 with "Startin' With Me."

Owen, who wrote or co-wrote all 11 tracks on his debut, also has toured with with Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn and most recently Sugarland and Little Big Town.

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CD review - Greetings from...Jake Owen Jake Owen contributes to the writing of his album "Greetings From...Jake" on just one song called "Damn." Therefore, the success this project rises or falls with his vocals and song choices. Fortunately, Own has chosen some memorable songs to sing, and his singing voice has never sounded better. He's never better than on the single and album opener, "Down to the Honkytonk." It's a 'friends in low places' drinking song, where Owen's voice gets ...
CD review - American Love Most everyone has made up their mind on bro-country music. Maybe you love the breezy images of the beach dippin' and sippin' lifestyle, or you write it off as empty headed and repetitive. Either way, Florida native Jake Owen was a torchbearer for the genre, and it's rewarded him well - four albums and five Number One singles (remember "Beachin"?). His career has been on a more-or-less upward arc, with higher-profile tours and bigger hits each time out. ...
CD review - Days of Gold Jake Owen aims to satisfy all comers (that is, if the current country is your thing), but the individual pieces don't quite add up. The songs may stand up on their own well enough, but when all is said and done, Owen remains an artist without much of an identity or sound. Take, for example, Beachin', one of countless country songs about the good life. Like many of his counterparts these days, there's a spoken, neo hip hop rap part to it. The song is breezy, on the catchy side, but ...

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