River House artist, Jordan Rowe is releasing his single “More Me”. The new release combines Jordan’s country roots with a modern sound.
“More Me” is written by Corey Crowder, Cole Taylor, and Randy Montana. Produced by award-winning musician Derek Wells. Jordan says that “this song is special to me because it is the first song that I am releasing under River House that I did not write. I heard “More Me” and it felt exactly like what I wanted to say as an artist.” The release of “More Me” comes in advance of plans to release EPs this summer. In May Jordan will be heading out on tour with Cody Johnson.
The Georgia native will perform on six dates throughout the Southeastern United States.
The Cody Johnson Tour:
May 7, 2021 in Anderson, S.C. at Wandells Dippin Branch
May 8, 2021 in Rome, Ga. at Ridge Ferry Park
May 14, 2021 in Hot Springs, Ark. at Garland County Fairgrounds
May 15, 2021 in Gonzales, La. at Lamar Dixon Expo Center
May 21, 2021 in Cottonwood, Ala. at The Crossing At Big Creek
May 22, 2021 in Hattiesburg, Miss. at Forrest County
Jordan Rowe is from a small town in Georgia called Adel. His vocal sound is similar to Alan Jackson but has a modern tone blended comparable to the likes of Jon Pardi. Growing up, Jordan was influenced by Joe Diffie, Alan Jackson, Luke Bryan. These artists all played an important role in crafting his signature sound. While attending the University of Georgia he interned at River House Artists. While there Jordan had the opportunity to write with hit song makers like Ray Fulcher, Thomas Archer, and Cole Taylor.
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