Country-music hit maker Jon Pardi hits the streets of Nashville in the video for his single “Night Shift,” and in doing so, shows a sexy side seldom demonstrated by the California native.

The video starts out with a shot of a huge semi driving onto Nashville’s iconic Lower Broadway, pulling behind it a stage that Pardi and his bandmates eventually perform on. While singing the sexy lyrics that tell the story of a hard-working man waiting to come home to the arms of his love, Pardi can be seen strumming away with a starlit Nashville skyline as his backdrop.

“Night Shift” will now be featured during college football night games on ESPN through the rest of the season.

“College football is my favorite sport, so being able to incorporate that with my music is really cool,” Pardi says in a press release about the new video. “Football fans are big country music fans, and they are the ones coming out to the shows and standing in the rain, crowd surfing or just waiting to get into the concert to have fun! This is a big debut and a big game, especially around Texas and it’s something that I'll never forget.”

"Night Shift” is the fifth single from Pardi’s 2016 LP California Sunrise, which has already spurned hits such “Head Over Boots,” and “Dirt on My Boots.” And it’s these songs that Pardi will be playing for live audiences throughout the country for the remainder of 2018. Pardi also has a date booked at the Grand Ole Opry on Oct. 16.

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