Jameson Rodgers has reached the top of the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase/Country Aircheck charts this week with his latest hit, “Cold Beer Calling My Name” featuring Luke Combs. The song is his second consecutive No. 1, and marks the first time Rodgers has topped the charts as an artist with a track he also co-penned.
“The only thing better than writing a No. 1 song is writing a No. 1 song with your friends,” says Rodgers, who co-wrote the track with Hunter Phelps, Brett Tyler, and Alysa Vanderheym. “I can’t believe we get to do this for a living. I’m proud of this song and this team.”
“Cold Beer Calling My Name” has earned more than 104 million on-demand streams, and follows Rodgers’ Platinum-certified debut No. 1 single “Some Girls.” Both tracks appear on his recently released debut album, Bet You’re From a Small Town.
Rodgers recently spoke to MusicRow about the new project and the journey to his debut record, saying: “The last two or thee years have been an absolute whirlwind. They call it a 10 year town, I’ve been here 11, so I hit it right on the head.” To read the full interview, click here.
Rodgers is currently crossing the country on his “Cold Beer Calling My Name” tour with upcoming stops in New York, Philadelphia, Knoxville, and more through December.
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