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Broken Bow signs Rager

Monday, October 20, 2014 – Broken Bow Records, the home of Jason Aldean, signed fellow Georgian Jordan Rager, it was announced today.

Rager will be on Justin Moore's Off The Beaten Path Tour, which starts Oct. 23 in Columbia, Mo.

Jeremy Stover, who produces Moore, will produce Rager, 20, as well.

"The first time I saw Jordan perform I had the same feeling as when I first saw Jason Aldean. He is an exceptional young artist and we're excited to have him as the newest member of our label family," said Benny Brown, President/ Owner of the BBR Music Group, in a statement.

"Very excited to announce that I've signed with Broken Bow Records!," said Rager on Facebook.

"This has been an incredible day. All thanks to y'all!! Thanks for the support and congratulations! See y'all on the road!"

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