Jameson Rodgers releases Luke Combs collaboration | The Music Universe

“Cold Beer Calling My Name” is available digitally

Columbia Nashville/River House Artists rising star Jameson Rodgers has released a brand new track, “Cold Beer Calling My Name,” featuring his former tour mate Luke Combs.

“It’s a fun, easy song, and I thought it’d be cool to have someone on it and at the time I was out with Luke Combs. I asked Luke if he’d like to sing on it – I know he’s a cold beer drinker like myself – and luckily it worked out and I’m excited for everybody to hear it,” Rodgers says the track, which he co-wrote with Hunter Phelps, Brett Tyler, and Alysa Vanderheym.

Rodgers spent 2019 wowing sold out crowds as an opener on Combs’ Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour, earning his reputation as a “stellar performer” (Spokesman-Review). He plans to continue his own headlining Grew Up In The Country Tour later this year.

Meanwhile, Rodgers’ debut single “Some Girls” continues to rise at country radio, entering the Top 30 this week. He’s also been keeping fans entertained with his weekly Saturday Nights Live series streaming on Facebook, recently hosting a 90’s country tribute this past weekend.

Written by Michael Hardy, Jake Mitchell and C.J. Solar, the anthemic “Some Girls” is Rodgers’ first single released to country radio since signing a label deal as a partnership between River House Artists and Columbia Nashville. Initially making his mark on Music City as a behind-the-scenes songwriter, Rodgers has co-penned platinum-selling hits for Florida Georgia Line (Top 10 single “Talk You Out It”) and Chris Lane (No. 1 smash “I Don’t Know About You”), along with “Camouflage Hat” on Jason Aldean’s most recent album 9 and the title track Luke Bryan’s upcoming release Born Here Live Here Die Here. The rising country star has released two independent EPs, which together have amassed more than 92 million on-demand streams. Rodgers continues to work on his debut full-length album with producers Mickey Jack Cones, Chris Farren, and Jake Mitchell.