Jake Owen will perform multiple times in NYC during release week for his highly anticipated fifth studio album entitled American Love, being released on July 29th and available for pre-order now.
“There are a lot of things on this record that have been said before, but it is the feeling of the songs, the sonic nature of them and the lyrics that will make it different than what people have heard before,” says Owen. “I feel a real connection to these songs and it’s my hope that other people will too.”
On August 1st, Owen will perform his hit single “American Country Love Song” on ABC’s Good Morning America, exactly ten years after making his national television debut on GMA. On August 3rd, Mad. Sq. Music Concert Series with Sony Music joins forces with NASH FM 94.7 to present Jake Owen’s Album Release Show in Madison Square Park. The free concert kicks off at 7PM EST. For more information, visit madisonsquarepark.org/mad-sq-music/mad-sq-music-jake-owen
“American Country Love Song,” the debut single from Owen’s forthcoming album, has emerged as this year’s summer anthem. It has been streamed over 25 million times and currently sits at No. 8 on Billboard & No. 9 on Mediabase/Country Aircheck.
If fans pre-order American Love, they will receive two instant gratis tracks as well as video clips for the songs: “Good Company” (WATCH) & “If He Ain’t Gonna Love You” (bgvs. Chris Stapleton) (WATCH) The title track will be the final instant gratis track and will be available on Friday, July 22nd.
Yesterday afternoon in Nashville, Owen and Sony Music hosted a memorable event at Blue Moon Waterfront Grille to celebrate the release of American Love. The Love Bus was on site for people to sign upon arrival. Guests included the best of the best of Nashville’s songwriting community as well as their publishers, the Sony staff, Morris Higham Management and industry friends who have supported Jake throughout his career. Owen was very excited to perform a few songs from the album and showcase his band with a newly added horn section. During a pre-party interview, Jake said, “I’m so grateful to Randy Goodman and his new Sony regime for giving me more time to make the record I wanted to make. I can truly say that I put everything I’ve got into American Love…and it’s on VINYL. I’m so pumped about that!”