Jackson Dean Earns First Number One Single with “Don’t Come Lookin’”

Jackson Dean earns his first number-one song at country radio this week with his debut single, “Don’t Come Lookin’.” Learn all the details here.

Jackson Dean and his fanbase are surely celebrating today! The rising artist just landed his first number one single at country radio with his debut song, “Don’t Come Lookin'”, the lead single off his major-label debut, Greenbroke.

A guitar-heavy track, Dean fully cements himself into his signature sound on this introduction tune. “Don’t Come Lookin'” has been a fan-favorite from the moment it was released. With his authentic voice and driving guitars, the track is a declaration of independence. It seems fans and country radio are in agreement.

“So long, four wheels turning // Got a tank full of gas, down the road, I’m burning // Can’t say I would and I can’t say I wouldn’t // If I don’t come back, don’t come lookin’ // Feels good, about time // Blue skies ahead and B-S behind // Got the wind in my hair // I got nowhere to go so I’m already there // And maybe Moab, maybe the Rockies”

This is only just the beginning for Dean and his blossoming talent. It will be exciting to see what will happen next for him. Congrats to Jackson and his team on this exciting accomplishment!


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