Jordan Rager is an American country music singer. Rager was born in Loganville, Georgia. He performed in local bars since age 15, and was mentored by Barry Williams, who is Jason Aldean's father. He gained popularity by singing cover versions of popular country music songs, amassing more than 3.7 million viewers on YouTube as a result. One of the artists who discovered his videos was Justin Moore, who chose him to perform on the "Off the Beaten Path" tour. Rager was signed to Broken Bow Records in 2014. Rager released his debut single, "Southern Boy", via Broken Bow in February 2016. The song, which features Aldean on duet vocals, was written by Luke Laird, Barry Dean, Jeremy Stover, and Jaron Boyer, with Stover also serving as producer. Jordan Rager's Second Single, "Now That I Know Your Name" released to country radio on September 19, 2016. Jordan amicably parted ways with Broken Bow, and signed a deal with his current label, Riser House Records in 2017.
|Born:||February 21, 1994, Loganville, Georgia|
|Labels:||Riser House, Broken Bow|
|Associated acts:||Jason Aldean|
About Jordan Rager
Country singer and guitarist who initially found fame on YouTube with his renditions of songs like Luke Bryan's "Play It Again" and Thomas Rhett's "It Goes Like This." He has since won fans with original songs like "Southern Boy" and "Now That I Know Your Name."
He began performing in local bars in Georgia at age 15.
He was mentored by Barry Williams, who is the father of country superstar Jason Aldean.
His father was a pastor. He has brothers.
His song "Southern Boy" was co-written by Luke Laird.
Information related to Jordan Rager
- Broken Bow Records artists
- Country musicians from Georgia (U.S. state)
- Songwriters from Georgia (U.S. state)