Jordan Rager's new Southern Boy EP includes a troublemaker's anthem and a memorial for a teenager who died after battling cancer. All four songs tell part of the Georgia-raised newcomer's story in a way that's equal parts exciting and relatable.
The inspiration behind Jordan Rager's new single "Southern Boy" runs deep. Written by Jeremy Stover, Luke Laird and Barry Dean, "Southern Boy" pays tribute to Chattanooga teen Cameron Scroggins, who died of cancer at 16.
Country newcomer Jordan Rager recently visited St. Jude Research Hospital, and before he got there, he was expecting a day of heartbreaking stories followed by a few manly tears running from his eyes. But the opposite was true.
Fans of Jordan Rager's "Southern Boy" can now get the full effect of the tribute with the release of his brand new lyric video. The song is an ode to boys growing up in the country, enjoying life's simpler pleasures. Watch the video during this Taste of Country exclusive premiere.
After touring with artists including Justin Moore, Randy Houser and Kip Moore, Jordan Rager is ready to step into the spotlight himself with the release of his first single on his new label, Broken Bow Records. The artist has officially debuted the lyric video for his new track, “Feels Like One of Them,” which is set to release to radio in January.