Jameson Rodgers’ “Some Girls” Earns Him First Career Number One

Jameson Rodgers’ “Some Girls” earns him very first career number one as the song hits the top spot on the country charts this week.

For about a decade, Jameson Rodgers has been grinding it out in the Nashville scene, cultivating a unique fanbase. Finally given his shot, Rodgers was signed by Columbia Nashville and released his debut song “Some Girls” to country radio. The song, written by CJ Solar, Jake Mitchell, and HARDY, has been steadily moving up the charts, hovering in the top ten for weeks, but now “Some Girls” is officially a number one hit.

“Sometimes it’s a clean break, stay gone / Clean slate, moving on to something new / Sometimes, some girls make it easy on you / But some girls never do”


We named Rodgers one of our 2020 Artists to Watch earlier this year, and despite this crazy year we are having, this proved to be an important one for the songwriter-turned-singer/songwriter both personally and professionally. He released more music to fans and on a personal level, got engaged to his longtime girlfriend Sarah Allison Turner.

We are sure that the addition of “Some Girls” being a chart-topper will only add to Rodgers’ excitement! The song itself is a modern-twist on getting through a break-up. It is a great introduction in to the rising artist’s writing style and crisp vocals. We are excited to see how Rodgers’ career continues to blossom. Congratulations on your very first number one!

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“Some Girls” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes 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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Jameson Rodgers

Swag Spotlight: Jameson Rodgers

Jameson Rodgers

Jameson Rodgers is our next Swag Spotlight and definitely an artist to watch this year.  Releasing his latest 5 song EP earlier this month, Rodgers’ sound is unique and rugged. Growing up in Mississippi,  he can recall listening to old recordings of his grandfather’s band. The Delta Playboys. Just before turning ten years old, Rodgers went to the Pyramid in Memphis to see Garth Brooks perform.  He clearly remembers watching him on stage, smashing the guitar and thinking that it was the coolest thing he had ever seen. Besides influences like Garth Brooks and country music, Rodgers always loved the music they would play in between innings at his baseball games including John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen, and Tom Petty.

With music in his blood but baseball on his mind, he pursued a career in baseball all through high school and ended up at Southern Mississippi, where he eventually started writing songs. Playing those songs with his roommates at local bars or around a fire, he was hooked. After graduating, Rodgers headed to Nashville. “I didn’t know a soul, so I just started writing with whoever I could. I went to open mic nights and played, wrote a bunch of bad songs, then finally wrote a few good ones that landed me a publishing deal in 2014,” he tells us.

His latest self-titled EP features five tracks, three of which Rodgers co-wrote. The songs are a culmination of music he has loved over the past few years. He explains that his songwriting process varies daily, but he loves to be the “idea guy” and bring the idea of a song to the table. Listen to the full EP below.

After recently selling out the Lyric Theatre in Oxford, MS, a 1250 person room, Rodgers is in an exciting place in his musical career.  Looking ahead to the new year, Rodgers looks forward to promoting new music and getting out on the road. “I think we’ve gotten every step except the record deal. so that is the biggest target in sight. We are going to try like heck to get that,” he explained.  Be sure to follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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