Jerrod Niemann Restores Romance With New Single, ‘God Made A Woman’

Hitmaking Curb Records artist Jerrod Niemann (“Lover, Lover,” “Drink to That All Night”) aims to restore country’s old-school ideals of classy romance in his brand new single, “God Made A Woman,” hitting country radio airwaves today (March 17) and available now via digital retailers nationwide here

The first taste of Niemann’s upcoming fourth album, his first for Curb Records, “God Made A Woman” is a delicate and dignified celebration of a woman’s love, backed by sweeping orchestral strings, pedal steel and Niemann’s reverent vocal. Bucking the current trend of throwaway pickup lines, “God Made A Woman” finds Niemann putting the lady in his life up on a pedestal of adoration.

“You realize really quickly that the weight of the world is easier to hold with two sets of shoulders,” says Niemann, who married wife Morgan in 2014. “That’s what I think about when I listen to this song.”

Niemann first teased the single on social media calling it “my favorite song I’ve ever recorded.” Co-produced with Jimmie Lee Sloas, more details on the upcoming project – including the album’s official release date – will be revealed soon.

After joining good friend and labelmate Lee Brice for select shows in 2016, Niemann is currently headlining solo dates with shows scheduled through June, including the ACM Pool Party For A Cause in Las Vegas, Nevada (April 1) and the Suwannee River Jam in Live Oak, Florida (May 5).


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