Jerrod Niemann hosted a live viewing party of his edition of Celebrity Family Feud for soldiers and their families stationed at Fort Campbell, KY, on Sunday night (8/27). He competed against good friend and labelmate Lee Brice to win $25,000 for the USO. Although his buddy ultimately won the game with proceeds benefiting Folds of Honor, Niemann received $5,000 for his selected charity. After a life-changing USO tour in 2016, the singer-songwriter is committed to bringing awareness to the brave men and women that fight daily for our nation’s freedoms.
Niemann is releasing a daring new set of tunes with his fourth studio album and first for Curb, THIS RIDE, on October 6. Regarded as one of Country music’s most progressive artists, he has nearly a decade of outside-the-box success as songwriter, singer, and performer under his belt. Co-produced by Niemann and studio ace Jimmie Lee Sloas, This Ride features 13 inspired songs sourced from a stable of all-star tunesmiths including Shane McAnally, Ashley Gorley, Ross Copperman, Rodney Clawson, Craig Wiseman, Dallas Davidson, Natalie Hemby, Josh Osborne, Chris DeStefano and more. Each track pushes the boundaries of conventional Country wisdom – just as the singer-songwriter-producer has continually done throughout his career. Fans and critics alike have already praised This Ride’s first two singles – the feel-good “A Little More Love” duet with Brice, and the classy romance of current single “God Made A Woman.”
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