Jessie James Decker shared a flirty dance with her husband on stage during a recent concert.
The country singer performed as part of Shy Carter’s Beer With My Friends event, presented by Whiskey Jam, on Monday (Sept. 20) in Nashville, Tenn. During the mom of three’s performance, she welcomed her husband Eric Decker to the stage, where she dedicated her song, “Lights Down Low,” to him.
In a clip shared on TikTok, Decker is seen on stage alongside her husband, who was behind her on the stage.
“This song is dedicated to Eric, here we go,” Decker said as she pointed at Eric, before she began to sing the song directly to him. The loving couple then danced around the stage together as she performed the song.
Watch the clip below.
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Co-written by Decker alongside Alyssa Bonagura, “Light Down Low” was released in August 2015. The song was inspired by Decker’s relationship with her husband, who she previously starred with on their E! Network reality series, Eric & Jessie: Game On.
The PR Brown-directed “Lights Down Low” music video, which premiered in July 2016, also stars Decker and her husband Eric and gives a “glimpse of her home life” with scenes depicting a quiet date night at home.
In addition to Decker, Shy Carter, Cole Swindell, David Lee Murphy, Tyler Rich, ERNEST, Frank Ray, Ben Burgess and more also appeared during the special edition Whiskey Jam.
Additionally, Decker recently shared her new single, a feisty breakup anthem called “Should Have Known Better,” a song that puts Decker’s confidence on full display as she bids farewell to an ex.
“I’ve had my heart broken before – we all have, at some point in our lives,” Decker said of the song. “It doesn’t matter if it’s from a relationship ending or from people trying to tear you down. This song is all about not letting that pain break you and coming out of it on the other side strong and confident. Anyone who broke your heart will regret it most when you SHINE! Now roll those windows down and sing it at the top of your lungs!”
“Should have known better than to break my heart / Oh, ain’t it funny / No, I never looked better, and it’s all your fault / Oh, sorry, honey / But it’s over, yeah, I moved on, hallelujah, hallelujah / Should have known better than to break my heart,” Decker sings during the new song’s chorus.
“Should Have Known Better” is just a taste of what’s to come from Big Yellow Dog / Atlantic Records / Warner Music Nashville recording artist Decker as she prepares to release new music and is expected to announce tour dates in the near future.
The singer/songwriter and beloved personality also shared a confident music video on Friday (Aug. 20) to accompany the new song.
Directed by Kevin + King and filmed against a sunset backdrop in Joshua Tree, the music video features Decker metaphorically shedding a past relationship as well as her clothes before diving into a swimming pool.