Jake Owen Biography
As one of the rising stars of the contemporary country scene, the demand for Jake Owen tickets has continued to increase with each hit album he releases. Born Joshua Owen in Vero Beach, Florida in 1981 alongside his fraternal twin brother Jarrod, he initially pursued a career in professional golf until a wakeboarding accent put pay to his ambitions. Inspired by the likes of Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard and Keith Whitley, he then taught himself how to play the guitar and began performing in various campus bars. Ecnouraged by the positive response to his own songs, he quit his English and political science degree and headed to Nashville where he began writing material with Jimmy Ritchey and Chuck Jones including “Ghost,” a track intended for Kenny Chesney that Owen eventually recorded himself. Changing his name to Jake to avoid confusion with Josh Turner and Josh Gracin, he signed with RCA Records, recording a duet with Alabama’s Randy Owen (“You Can Thank Dixie”), and scoring hits with “Something About A Woman,” party anthem “Yee Haw” and the title track from his 2006 debut album, Startin’ With Me. Fans snapped up Jake Owen tickets for his solo live shows and also got the chance to see him support the likes of Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn, Sugarland and Little Big Town, the latter two of which he teamed up with to record a cover version of The Dream Academy’s “Life In A Northern Town.” 2009’s Easy Does It consolidated his success, peaking at No.2 on the US Country album chart, securing him the title of Top New Male Vocalist at the Academy of Country Music Awards. But it was 2011’s Barefoot Blue Jean Night that proved to be his big mainstream breakthrough, debuting at No.6 on the Billboard Top 200, with both its title track and “Alone With You” also topping the US Country Songs chart. In the same year, Owen also contributed a cover version of “Mele Kalikimaka” to the A Very Country Christmas compilation and opened for Keith Urban on his Get Closer tour. A year later, he released the four-track Endless Summer E.P., scored a hit duet with Florida Georgia Line (“Summer Jam”) and guested on Colt Ford’s “Back” before releasing Jake Owen tickets for several North American headline dates.
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