It’s going to be a party Saturday night when Jerrod Neimann takes the stage at Driftwood Festival.
The Kansas native began his musical career in college, playing acoustic guitar in Texas bars and clubs. In 1999, he released his debut album Long Hard Road.
One year later, Neimann moved to Nashville where his career began to take off. He released three albums that produced a combined six Top 40 entries on the country charts, one of which included his number 1 single, “Lover Lover” (a cover of Sonia Dada’s “You Don’t Treat Me No Good”).
We all know Neimann can sing, but he’s also co-written songs for other country stars including Garth Brooks’ “Good Ride Cowboy” and Blake Shelton’s “You’ll Always Be Beautiful.”
Other artists that have recorded Neimann’s work include Jamey Johnson, Neil McCoy, Julie Roberts, John Anderson, Flynnville Train and Zona Jones.
Another number 1 hit that Neimann landed was “Drink To That All Night,” the first single off of his latest album High Noon.
Jerrod Neimann will be joined this weekend by Rodney Atkins, Parmalee and Thompson Square. For tickets to Driftwood Festival, click here.