Jerrod’s Jukebox: Jerrod Niemann’s Favorites From Yesterday and Today [Listen]
Jerrod Niemann is quietly known to many as a country music historian, so when he recommends a song, it's best to just listen without asking questions. Each week the "Drink to That All Night" singer will add a new song to Jerrod's Jukebox, a Spotify playlist available first to Taste of Country readers.
The newest addition to Jerrod's Jukebox is Hank Williams Jr.'s "Country State of Mind."
"When I'm fishing or getting fired up for the weekend, this song always makes good company," Niemann says.
Vern Gosdin's "Chisled In Stone" was last week's pick, with Niemann showing his immense appreciation for "The Voice." "The lyrics always make me put things in perspective," he says.
George Strait’s “So Much Like My Dad," Tracy Lawrence's "Alibis" and Roger Miller’s “Kansas City Star” are three of the other songs found on Jerrod’s Jukebox. Another belongs to his good friend Randy Houser. “Anything Goes” is the powerful ballad that began the “How Country Feels” singer’s career.
Check back each Monday for a new curated pick from Niemann. He'll also continue to share why he chose each song.