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For more than a decade, Chris Janson has been All In, all the time on his music career. Janson established himself as a stage-shaking entertainer, a studio-quaking multi-instrumentalist, a hit-making songwriter and a record-breaking recording artist. His fourth studio album, due this spring, finds him similarly All In… this time, on himself. More than ever, Janson is settled in who he is and knows what he wants to say. The title track, available today, describes his many facets while reinforcing his greatest passions: his wife and family (listen HERE).

“The title All In epitomizes this album,” Janson said. “There are all kind of songs on this project, but they all flow together because they are genuine to me. I went all in on every part of the process, from writing to singing to playing to producing. I feel like it’s my best, most true-to-myself album to date.”

He adds, “Fittingly, the title track is an inside look at the history of my relationship with Kelly. I was ‘All In’ from the moment I met her. Every piece of this song is a snapshot of our real life.”

“All In” (Janson, Ashley Gorley, Dallas Davidson, Zach Crowell) joins flagship single “Bye Mom” as the first two releases from the new record. “Bye Mom” (listen HERE), continues to connect with fans as “masterfully written story song” (Taste of Country) about loving someone more than yourself. MusicRow has praised “Bye Mom” as “achingly lovely” and described it as “tapping into a universal truth.” The single also inspired a partnership with Bass Pro Shops, in which they donated $300,000+ to the spouses and children of fallen and disabled service members via national nonprofit organization Folds of Honor.  

Janson will share new music from All In as well as his collection of chart-topping hits on his headlining “Halfway to Crazy” Tour, spanning 17+ dates in auditoriums, theaters and, for the first time, arenas across the nation. Tickets for the run, which kicks off on February 10, are on sale now (click HERE). Accompanying him on the road are hit-making singer / songwriter Ray Fulcher and up-and-comer Shane Profitt.

Over the past six years as a Warner Music Nashville recording artist, Janson has spread “Good Vibes” while collecting four chart-topping singles, seven billion airplay impressions, more than 1.5 billion on-demand career streams and several major industry awards.

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CHRIS JANSON ANNOUNCES FOURTH STUDIO ALBUM, ALL IN, DUE THIS SPRING
January 21, 2022
CHRIS JANSON ANNOUNCES FOURTH STUDIO ALBUM, ALL IN, DUE THIS SPRING

For more than a decade, Chris Janson has been All In, all the time on his music career. Janson established himself as a stage-shaking entertainer, a studio-quaking multi-instrumentalist, a hit-making songwriter and a record-breaking recording artist. His fourth studio album, due this spring, finds him similarly All In… this time, on himself. More than ever, Janson is settled in who he is and knows what he wants to say. The title track, available today, describes his many facets while reinforcing his greatest passions: his wife and family (listen HERE).

“The title All In epitomizes this album,” Janson said. “There are all kind of songs on this project, but they all flow together because they are genuine to me. I went all in on every part of the process, from writing to singing to playing to producing. I feel like it’s my best, most true-to-myself album to date.”

He adds, “Fittingly, the title track is an inside look at the history of my relationship with Kelly. I was ‘All In’ from the moment I met her. Every piece of this song is a snapshot of our real life.”

“All In” (Janson, Ashley Gorley, Dallas Davidson, Zach Crowell) joins flagship single “Bye Mom” as the first two releases from the new record. “Bye Mom” (listen HERE), continues to connect with fans as “masterfully written story song” (Taste of Country) about loving someone more than yourself. MusicRow has praised “Bye Mom” as “achingly lovely” and described it as “tapping into a universal truth.” The single also inspired a partnership with Bass Pro Shops, in which they donated $300,000+ to the spouses and children of fallen and disabled service members via national nonprofit organization Folds of Honor.  

Janson will share new music from All In as well as his collection of chart-topping hits on his headlining “Halfway to Crazy” Tour, spanning 17+ dates in auditoriums, theaters and, for the first time, arenas across the nation. Tickets for the run, which kicks off on February 10, are on sale now (click HERE). Accompanying him on the road are hit-making singer / songwriter Ray Fulcher and up-and-comer Shane Profitt.

Over the past six years as a Warner Music Nashville recording artist, Janson has spread “Good Vibes” while collecting four chart-topping singles, seven billion airplay impressions, more than 1.5 billion on-demand career streams and several major industry awards.

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