It's always great to see country artists teaming up with causes they believe in, and for rising star Jake Owen, the birth of his daughter Pearl gives him more than enough incentive to team up with Saint Thomas Health for the annual Rock the Cradle charity event.
College football is exciting, and the first Saturday night primetime game of the season is one to look forward to. But when you add country star Jake Owen into the mix, it becomes an exhilarating, must-watch event.
Jake Owen songs like 'Eight Second Ride' and 'Yee Haw' are why thousands of fans turn out to see him at his live shows, but it's hits like 'Startin' With Me' and 'Alone With You' that truly show off this Florida-born singer's range of emotions. You don't get to a fourth studio album without proving
Jake Owen's hand injury is just the latest in a growing list of his injuries occurring during recreational activity that some may label as extreme. Before his block party celebration to commemorate his fourth straight No. 1 single, Owen said he doesn't plan to reign in his adventuresome ways, no matter who asks him to.
Jake Owen had part of his right ring finger removed on Monday (Aug. 19), just hours before playing a huge free show in downtown Nashville. The procedure was a result of injuries he sustained during a go-kart accident last month.
Jake Owen fans in the Nashville area are in for a treat next week. Before summer winds down, Owen is going to throw a free summer block party to celebrate his fans and the success of his latest single, 'Days of Gold.'
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