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BIG 95.5 Code Of Honor

JERROD NIEMANN
with Jackson Michelson

Friday, May 26, 2017 8:15 PM CDT (7:00 PM Doors)
Joe's on Weed Street, Chicago, IL
21 years and over

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$15 Advance / $20 Day of Show

It's back for yera two...the return of the Big Code of Honor Concert! Chicago's BIG 95.5 is proud to present Jerrod Niemann! 

Join us this Memorial Day as we pay tribute to those who gave all and celbrate the freedome to play country music!

A portion of the proceeds benefit the USO of Illinois. Our men aand women of the military live by a Code of Honor and for that we say thank you.

JERROD NIEMANN:

Jerrod Neimann is at it again with the new single, “A Little More Love” with Lee Brice. Jerrod just finished the Life Off My Years tour with Lee. This new hit will join his previous singles, “One More Drinkin’ Song,” the Gold-certified “What Do You Want,” and the Platinum No. 1 single, “Lover, Lover, the Top 15 single “Shinin’ On Me” and the poignant ballad “Only God Could Love You More.” Niemann has quickly become a fan and industry favorite, earning award nominations from the ACM, CMA, CMT and the American Country Awards, while headlining his own shows and touring with such artists as Dierks Bentley and Brad Paisley. 

JACKSON MICHELSON:

Raised in Corvallis, Oregon, Jackson Michelson kicked off his country career on the West Coast, carving out a sound that blended the rootsy twang of the American South with the sunny, feel-good spirit of the Pacific Coast. Nashville — the official capital of country music — lay 2,300 miles to the southeast, but Michelson focused on his home turf first, building an audience of West Coast fans who were drawn to his high-energy shows and relatable songwriting. By the time he did move to Nashville, he'd already spent years on the road, growing his fan base show-by-show and earning a record contract with Curb Records in the process.

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