Jordan Rowe Stuns On Debut Album Release (Review)

The up-and-coming artist Jordan Rowe has released his debut album, “Bad Case Of The Good Ole Boy” on Friday, August 6. As previously announced, the album is comprised of previously released songs, including “Who Needs You” and “Bad Case Of The Good Ole Boy.” In addition, Rowe recently gave fans one of the best collaborations of 2021 with “Mama Ain’t Jesus” featuring Lainey Wilson. 

Just a couple of years ago, the south Georgian moved to Nashville and is making waves. University of Georgia graduate, with degrees in agribusiness and music business. He has been writing songs and touring with some of his favorite artists, including Jon Pardi, as a result of his passion for music and songwriting talent. 

With an authenticity that showcases the artist he wants to be, Rowe delivers an authentic body of work. “The Good One’s Do” is an authentic song about realizing that not every friend, father, or partner does things the right way, and you’re lucky if you find the good ones. “Every girl don’t dance barefoot in the rain, and every girl don’t stay when she could have walked away.”

Trevor Justin | Countrypolitan Magazine

Alan Jackson and Joe Diffie are among the artists whose music Rowe is influenced by. The sound of his music can also be compared to the early days of Luke Bryan and Eric Church. “Can’t In A Car” combines all those elements in a delightful way. It’s an engaging song that was made to be sung live. 

A riff in the intro of the last song on “Bad Case Of The Good Ole Boy” evokes the 90s country sound. It is a classic country song that is enhanced by the vocals of Tracy Lawrence, Eddie Montgomery, and Rhett Akins. It’s a compelling choice radio craves to hear all four voices.

What do you think?

Fab The Duo’s Pop-Rock Anthem “Good Distraction” Grabs Our Attention (Review)