Jerrod Niemann’s No. 1 and Jesse Lee Visits KJUG

Songwriter Dan Pritzker actually wrote “Lover, Lover” for his band Sonia Dada in 1992, and the tune, originally titled “You Don’t Treat Me No Good,” was a #1 hit for the group in Australia. Jerrod Niemann’s recording of Pritzker’s hit marks his very first climb to the top spot as an artist. Niemann earned his first #1 as a songwriter with Garth Brooks’ “Good Ride Cowboy.” BMI feted Niemann’s accomplishment on Aug. 23 in their Music Row offices.

(L-R) BMI’s Jody Williams, engineer Brian Kolb, producer Dave Brainard, Sea Gayle Music’s Chris Dubois, Jerrod Niemann, songwriter Dan Pritzker, Sony Music’s Gary Overton, BMI’s Perry Howard, Sea Gayle Music’s Frank Rogers, and Sony Music’s Skip Bishop.

Jesse Lee challenged KJUG PD Dave Daniels (L) and APD/MD Adam Jeffries (R) to some animated rock, paper, scissors. To figure out the score realize that paper covers rock, but scissors cut paper. MusicRow called Daniels to find out what stakes the trio might have been wagering, but he was unavailable for comment.

(L-R) Dave Daniels, Jesse Lee and Adam Jeffries.

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