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Singer/Songwriter Tristan Jackson is back with new music from his upcoming album “I Am” (Union Records/One RPM). Fresh from debuting his previous single, “Wake Up Call,” which was used by a partnership with Dunkin’ Donuts for its befitting message on National Donut Day. The song was a perfect way to kick off our CMA Fest week and you can check out our interview down below to see his special in-store performance in Brentwood’s Dunkin’ Donut location.
Jackson’s new ballad “When the Radio’s Gone” draws from the singer’s ability to effortlessly bring together a melody with clever lyrics. The song gives a heartfelt message in lyrics such as:
When the radio’s gone, I still hear you
So I follow you, I follow you
The tune was co-written by Jackson with Love & Theft’s Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson along with Isaac Shiman and is a new single release, listen down below.
Both tunes are relatable tracks for the listener to get lost in, jamming to Jackson’s pop-country vocals that bring just the right amount of dramatic flair for the music.
You can find more at IamTristanJackson.com.