Singer / songwriter and beloved personality Jessie James Decker headlined the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville last night (4/28), kicking off the second weekend of The Woman I’ve Become Tour on the historic stage. The night was made extra special as she invited special guests to come perform throughout her set, including country icon Wynonna. She also welcomed Jana Kramer for a special duet of Platinum-certified hit “I Got The Boy” and Alyssa Bonagura for their fan-favorite collaboration, “Didn’t You Cry.” Decker’s headlining run will continue into June, hitting major cities including Los Angeles and New York.
The entertainer and Big Yellow Dog / Atlantic Records / Warner Music Nashville recording artist released The Woman I’ve Become EP this past fall (stream HERE). The project spawned her new single, “Should Have Known Better” (listen HERE), due to impact country radio this coming Monday (5/2). Billboardrecently went behind-the-scenes with Decker and the songwriters to learn more about the summer-ready single (read HERE). Check out her performance on the 2022 CMT Awards HERE.
Since the release of her self-titled debut in 2009, Decker has accumulated more than 160 MILLION on-demand streams amid her other successes. With upwards of five million fans across her social media platforms, she has crafted a brand recognized world-round that reflects her family, her southern roots and, above all, her love for music.