Niemann shines on

Monday, February 27, 2012 – Jerrod Niemann will release his new single Shinin' On Me today. The lead single from Niemann's yet-to-be-titled sophomore album was co-written by Jerrod, Lee Brice, Rob Hatch and Lance Miller.

Niemann teamed up again with co-producer Dave Brainard for his newest project.

"I am so excited to release Shinin' On Me as the first single from my second album," he said. "Not only does it represent some of the unconventional instrumentation on this record, it's also intended to just make you wanna roll down the window on a bad day and smile with someone ya love."

Niemann's major label debut album, "Judge Jerrod & The Hung Jury," debuted at number one and produced the number one hit and RIAA-certified Platinum Digital single, Lover, Lover and the Top Five and RIAA-certified Gold Digital single, What Do You Want.

Fans can catch Niemann live out on the road on Miranda Lambert's "On Fire" tour.

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This Ride CD review - This Ride
One thing you can never call Jerrod Niemann is boring. When he's at the top of his game, there are few singers in Nashville better suited to bridge the divide between pop and country. At the other side of the spectrum, something like "Donkey" may fail, but at least it fails spectacularly. "This Ride" continues to show off Niemann's ease at adapting pop sensibilities into country music, but his misses seem a bit more formulaic than past efforts. »»»
High Noon CD review - High Noon
Jerrod Niemann's new "High Noon" album is better than the annoying single, "Drink to That All Night," might lead you to believe. Fortunately, the album is not completely a Luke Bryan sound-alike. Even so, there are moments where Niemann sometimes sounds a little too much like his musical contemporaries. The rap-influenced "Donkey" has a bit of Big & Rich flavor running through it, while the resigned tone in Niemann's voice during "Lucky #7" »»»
Free The Music
Some artists dance to the beat of a different drummer and on his latest recording, "Free the Music," Jerrod Niemann does just that. Stepping away from more conventional Music Row sounds, Niemann performs a mash-up of genres, showcasing elements of pop, rock, Dixieland jazz and more while still managing to keep his feet squarely in country territory. The title track leads off, finding the artist seemingly channeling fellow artist, Big Kenny, as he throws it all into a pot and stirs, »»»