Jerrod Niemann is currently out on the road with Keith Urban and Brett Eldredge as part of Urban's Raise 'Em Up Tour, and true to his wild nature, the 'Drink to That All Night' hitmaker is hoping to find some trouble.
Jerrod Niemann's new song 'Donkey' hits on all the reasons fans love the party-loving, country rocker. The laugh-out-loud track from Niemann's 'High Noon' album comes complete with heavy guitar hooks and lyrics full of sly innuendoes ... not to mention a healthy dose of donkey brays to fill out the chorus.
There's a room in Jerrod Niemann's house; a red room. Don't jump to conclusions, although it is where the 'Drink to That All Night' singer says he builds confidence. Think red walls, a red ceiling, thick shag carpet -- red.
Kick open the doors of the High Noon Saloon and stir up trouble with Jerrod Niemann with his new interactive bar fight game and a sweet prize pack. Enter here to win an autographed prize from the 'Drink to That All Night' hitmaker.
You won't find a musical environment more casual than the one Jerrod Niemann put together to work on his new studio album, 'High Noon.' The 'Drink to That All Night' singer tells Taste of Country Nights how tailgating activities played an important role in the writing process.
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