85. California Sunrise – Jon Pardi

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Rowdy, throwback country tunes with a little edge and a lot of fiddle, Jon Pardi’s sophomore album is a bid to bring the genre back to its tough and twangy roots. After hitting a string of wild Texas dance halls, the California native was determined to capture the boisterous energy of a live show without resigning to EDM trends. So he recorded with a seven-piece band that included a fiddle, hand claps, a tambourine, and a steel guitar to give each song extra punch. “Dirt on My Boots,” a howling ode to letting loose, was designed to lure listeners off their stools and onto the floor. “Might have a little dirt on my boots,” he sings, “but we’re gonna dance the dust right off them tonight.”

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Best Country Singer !

Hands down the best album for 2016. Jon Pardi is the best country singer today and makes great classic country music that everyone can enjoy ! California Sunrise will be an all time classic just like Write you a song is and the B sides ! Thank you Jon for keeping real country music alive !

#Returnofthepardi

This guy is the real deal. If you like real country music, buy it.

true country

Head Over Boots and Califorina Sunrise are released and both are the country music market needs. Not this pop-country that is being put out. The first time I listened to Califorina Sunrise I immediatly thought it was a hit. Great work Pardi.

Biography

Born: May 20, 1985 in Dixon, CA

Genre: Country

Years Active: ’10s

Country singer and songwriter Jon Pardi, born May 20, 1985, and raised in Dixon, California, discovered his love of country music early, thanks in no small part to his grandmother’s country karaoke machine. Falling under the spell of traditional country artists like George Jones and George Strait, and with a special affinity for Hank Williams Jr., Pardi was playing guitar as a child, and was only seven years old when he belted out “Friends in Low Places” at his father’s 30th birthday party at a local…

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