Jason took over Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon yesterday (8/02) to celebrate each single off his seventh studio album They Don’t Know topping the charts. These three latest number 1 hits bring him to a career total of 19 chart-toppers.
Performing at the same venue where he played the showcase that landed him his record deal at Broken Bow Records, Jason performed “Lights Come On,” “A Little More Summertime,” and “Any Ol’ Barstool” with each of the tracks’ songwriters for fans, family, and friends.
Serving as the lead single and No. One hit from They Don’t Know, Jason performed the smash hit “Lights Come On,” sharing vocals with songwriters Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley (BMI) and Tyler Hubbard (BMI), as well as Jimmy Robbins (ASCAP), Jordan Schmidt (ASCAP), Brad Warren (BMI) and Brett Warren (BMI). The hit serves as Schmidt’s first No. One as a songwriter as well as the first for Kelley and Hubbard’s Tree Vibez Music publishing company.
Following suit, Jason was joined on stage by songwriters Jerry Flowers (ASCAP), Tony Martin (BMI) and Wendell Mobley (BMI) to perform a stripped-down version of They Don’t Know’s second No. One single, “A Little More Summertime.”
To close out the round, Jason invited Deric Ruttan (ASCAP) and Josh Thompson (BMI) to the stage who serve as the songwriters behind his “Any Ol’ Barstool.” The third consecutive chart topper off his seventh studio album. Jason’s 19th career No. One serves as Thompson’s first No. One as a songwriter.