HARDY has fans sitting on the edge of their seats eagerly waiting for him to drop his unreleased song, “Jack,” which he recently debuted live on stage at several of his concerts.
During his show at The Country Fest Ohio, the country star grabbed his guitar and announced he was going to play the hard-hitting track for the first time. This performance instantly piqued the crowd’s interest and soon they couldn’t get enough.
As the tempo and intensity of the song increased, so did the head banging. Fans quickly raised their hands and raised their phones to try and capture as much of the new song that they could.
“Don’t listen to mama/ hell I ain’t the devil/ Ditch me if you wanna/ but if you need a little/ I can fix your problems/ always got your back/ I can make you famous/ by the way my name is,” he sang in the chorus, referencing the characteristics and effects of Jack Daniel’s Whiskey.
The opening lines of the song discuss the fear that often comes with going to talk to someone at a bar, but according to HARDY, with a little help from “Jack,” you’ll find that courage to step outside your comfort zone.
He sang, “You see that blonde hair over there looking at you/ you wanna say what’s up but can’t work up the courage to/ but if you stick with me buddy you can bet your life/ she’ll be walking out with you by the end of the night.”
Several videos of the unexpected performance were shared online to give those who weren’t in attendance a taste of what they missed.
One fan commented on a clip that was posted online saying it’s a “badass banger.” Another requested that it be released “as soon as possible.”
“Sold Out,” HARDY’s latest country-rock release follows a similar format of “Jack” as it starts off a bit calmer, but eventually builds its way into the pure rock genre.
His upcoming song may be about whiskey, but beer is also a popular drink of choice for HARDY. Because of that, the news he shared to social media on July 26 was very exciting.
The Mississippi native announced that he has teamed up with the “greatest beer of all time,” Busch Light. As part of Busch Country: One Night Only Featuring HARDY, he’ll be making stops at three intimate venues across the Midwest including: Chicago (August 23), Madison (August 28) and Columbus (September 30).
“I’m extremely excited to perform with Bush Light for these three show,” HARDY stated in a press release. “They’re going to be loud and a lot of fun. See you out there!”
The company commented on the post in response saying, “Ya’ll won’t wanna miss this!”
He announced the partnership through a video filmed on a tour bus. The catch is, fans can’t buy tickets, they can only win them though the brand’s website, HARDY’s socials and giveaways by local radio stations.
HARDY’s next performance is set to take place on August 4 at Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood in Atlanta, Georgia on Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous Tour.