Jelly Roll sold out Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena Friday night (Dec. 9), playing to an eager hometown crowd of more than 15,000 fans.
The Antioch, Tennessee native performed his new single, “Need A Favor,” live with the renowned Fisk Jubilee Singers for the very first time during the show after releasing it the morning of his homecoming concert.
He also brought out several special guests during the evening, including Ernest, Riley Green, Sam Hunt, Shinedown, Struggle Jennings, Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, Chris Young, and sports announcer Michael Buffer. His 14-year-old daughter, Bailee Ann, also took the stage to perform a song she wrote with her father’s encouragement about the pain of watching her mother’s addiction battle.
Proceeds from the Bridgestone headline date are earmarked to build a recording studio and provide music programs at the Davidson County Juvenile Detention Center where Jelly himself served as a teen. Proceeds will also be put towards other programs benefiting at-risk youth in partnership with Impact Youth Outreach, including Hometown Heroes Scholarships for Metro Nashville Public School seniors.
“Need A Favor” is the latest release of new music from Jelly Roll’s forthcoming album and the second single released since Jelly’s current single, “Son of A Sinner.”
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