Country Swag Presents:
HAPPY HOUR HANG
with JORDAN FLETCHER
Join us on Monday, August 29 at 6PM in New York City at Chelsea Table + Stage, 152 W 26th St for a special Happy Hour Hang with rising country star, Jordan Fletcher!
Enjoy an exclusive performance and get to know the singer-songwriter in an intimate setting.
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Doors: 6PM // Show: 7PM
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Jordan Fletcher makes his radio debut with his new single, “Death and Taxes,” out now on all streaming platforms. Listen to the new track below.
We became fans of Jordan Fletcher after the release of his killer debut EP, True Stories. The singer-songwriter has a unique gift for storytelling and a knack for creating lyrics that speak to the soul. His newest release, “Death and Taxes”, is no exception and serves as his debut single to country radio.
Written by Fletcher, the song embodies true determination and true life experiences. “Death And Taxes is a song about advice my dad gave me that I’m now wanting to pass on to my son. It’s about life, death, love, and family and feels like the perfect way to sum up this personal journal that ended up becoming an album,” shared Fletcher in a recent press release. The nostalgic song focuses on real-life honesty, which is both enticing and innovative.
“Death and taxes, the world moves fast and // Money and time, it don’t grow on trees // Make your bed and say your prayers // Cause life ain’t fair and it’s never gonna be // Chicks dig guitars, tattoos and scars // Trucks and cars don’t run on drinks // You can count on one hand the things you can count on // Death and taxes and your momma and me”
“Death and Taxes” is a true-blue country anthem with rocking sound. We continue to appreciate Fletcher’s efforts towards creating music that is undoubtedly him. This is a must listen to!
Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Jordan Fletcher releases.
“Death and Taxes” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.
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Jordan Fletcher releases his new EP, True Stories, out now, January 28th on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new music below and check out our full review.
Jacksonville-born artist, Jordan Fletcher is a singer-songwriter on the rise. He is an artist you are going to want to add to your radar ASAP. Today the talented artist released his debut EP, entitled True Stories.
True to its name, the four songs are an authentic and honest approach to storytelling that country music does so well. According to Fletcher, all of his songs are autobiographical, which makes the EP even more captivating. “If I’m singing it, it’s got to be true. If you wanted a childhood video of me on VHS, this is what you would see. I’m not making this shit up or shying away from what I believe. I’m telling my story,” shares the singer in a recent press release.
The record kicks off with “Firebird,” a laidback jam. Vocally driven with thought-provoking lyrics, Fletcher sings about a car that has a lot of stories and memories wrapped up in it. The song feels both personal and innovative.
Fletcher continues the intricate vibes with “Still Those Kids.” A slower number, the track is a love song at its finest. Clearly inspired by his relationship with his now-wife, the singer takes listeners on a journey down memory lane of their relationship. He does not try to reinvent the wheel with this song but manages to create something that feels fresh, yet nostalgic.
Clearly inspired by love in all its glory, Fletcher’s voice shines on “I Know You Are But What Am I.” He tackles the tough theme of recognizing yourself without the one you love. Fans of songs that show true artistry will fall in love with this track; despite, the desperation it conveys.
The record culminates with another poignant song, “Rather Be Broke.” On this track, Fletcher doubles down on love. Without love, nothing else matters. Moreover, being rich in love is more important than anything else.
We truly fell in love with Fletcher’s debut EP. Each song makes you yearn for more music from the budding artist. It is refreshing to see an artist come out of the gate being unequivocal true to both their artistry and humanness.
Jordan Fletcher’s brand new EP, ‘True Stories,’ is out now on all streaming platforms.
True Stories EP Tracklist:
Still Those Kids
I Know You Are But What Am I
Rather Be Broke
Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Jordan Fletcher releases.
True Stories EP is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.
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