JAMESON RODGERS’ HEADLINING COLD BEER CALLING MY NAME TOUR WRAPS WITH SOLD-OUT TWO-NIGHT STAND AT NASHVILLE’S EXIT/IN
December 17, 2021
Columbia Nashville singer/songwriter Jameson Rodgers wowed a sold-out house on night one of this two-night stand at Nashville’s Exit/In Thursday, the culmination of his headlining COLD BEER CALLING MY NAME TOUR.
With nearly a dozen sold-out dates, the COLD BEER CALLING MY NAME TOUR entertained crowds across the country, with more than 25 tour stops including Rodgers’ first headline show in New York City. The tour concludes with another sold-out show tonight at Exit/In with opener Lily Rose.
Following a breakout year for the “certified country music star” (American Songwriter), who released his debut album Bet You’re From A Small Town in September, Rodgers was recently named one of CRS 2022 New Faces of Country Music and will perform at the high-profile annual showcase in February during Country Radio Seminar in Nashville. Following back-to-back No. 1 hits, he was also named the Opry NextStage spotlight artist for the month of December. Watch a special NextStage performance of his new single “Missing One” here.
Additionally, in 2021 Rodgers established The Neighborhood Fund through the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee to invest in, support and donate funds to organizations that he and his fans see as pursuing to leave the world better than we found it. The inaugural donation was made to Music Venue Alliance-Nashville, a coalition working to ensure no Nashville independent music venue closes its doors permanently due to COVID-19, which counts Exit/In as a member.