Niemann sets PR
Monday, July 27, 2015
– Jerrod Niemann set a new career benchmark today with the quick success of his single, "Blue Bandana," which celebrated its official country radio impact date with 83 first-week Billboard and Country Aircheck monitored stations on board.
"Blue Bandana" enjoyed the biggest impact week of Niemann's career to date and was Mediabase's most-added new country song this week.
The song is the first single from Niemann's upcoming album, was produced by Jimmie Lee Sloas and Niemann.
Niemann's previous career-high impact week was 72 first-week stations for his now-Platinum-certified multi-week chart topper, "Drink to That All Night."
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