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Jamey Johnson
4 days ago
The new song "21 Guns" is coming on May 24th.
I wrote it because I have gone to too many funerals of Marines I served with that were just too young. When they die young,
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Living For A Song: A Tribute To Hank ...
$11.98
The Guitar Song
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That Lonesome Song
$32.99
The Dollar
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Jamey Johnson's tour

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Jamey Johnson at Orange Beach, AL in The Wharf Amphitheater 2024
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Fan Reviews

Brandon
May 13th 2024
Incredible night, Jamey played some of his own music along with some covers (Waylon, Charlie Daniels, John Anderson, Vern Gosdin, Jerry Reed, etc.). He also debuted his new song “What A View”. In a world where old school, outlaw country is a dying breed, Jamey Johnson stands tall and keeps the genre alive and well. And thank God for that.
Orange Beach, AL@
The Wharf Amphitheater
Marsha
March 21st 2024
No words. What an amazing night. Our first time at 3rd & Lindsley. Great Venue! I’m still basking in the afterglow :) Very memorable evening. Gene Watson, Mo Pitney, and JAMEY JOHNSON. No words! JAMEY JOHNSON … says it all. Thank you for the memories!
Nashville, TN@
3rd and Lindsley
George
August 1st 2022
Jamey and his band put on a great show. I'm not a huge fan of the venue, but the tickets were reasonably priced and I had a great view of the stage even with sitting 2/3 of the way to the back.
Ranson, WV@
Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races
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About Jamey Johnson

Jamey Johnson (born in Enterprise, Alabama) is an American country music singer-songwriter. Signed to BNA Records in 2005, Johnson made his debut with his single "The Dollar", which reached a peak of #14 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. An album, also titled The Dollar, was released in 2006. Johnson exited BNA in 2006 and signed to Mercury Nashville Records in March 2008, releasing his first single for the label that month. In addition to his own material, Johnson has co-written three singles for Trace Adkins, as well as one each for George Strait, Joe Nichols and John Michael Montgomery.

Johnson was raised in Montgomery, Alabama. From an early age, he was influenced by country acts such as Alabama and Alan Jackson, the latter of whom he claims is the first act that he saw in concert. Johnson, after graduating high school, attended Jacksonville State University, the same university from which Alabama lead singer Randy Owen graduated.

Johnson then quit college after two years and served in the the Marine Corps Reserves for eight years. After exiting the Marines, he began playing country music in various bars throughout Montgomery; one of his first gigs was opening for David Allan Coe. By 2000, Johnson had moved to Nashville, Tennessee in pursuit of a career in country music. One of his first connections was with Greg Perkins, a fiddler who had played for Tanya Tucker and other artists. Perkins invited Johnson to sing as a duet partner on a demo tape; the other duet partner with whom he sang was Gretchen Wilson. Songs for which Johnson sang demos include "Songs About Me" (cut by Trace Adkins) and "That's How They Do It in Dixie" (cut by Hank Williams, Jr. with Big & Rich, Gretchen Wilson, and Van Zant).

In addition, Johnson had made connections with producer and songwriter Buddy Cannon, who helped him land a songwriting contract. Among Johnson's first cuts as a songwriter was "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk", which Adkins cut for his 2005 album Songs About Me and released as a single.
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Genres:
Country
Hometown:
Montgomery, Alabama

Latest Posts

Jamey Johnson
4 days ago
The new song "21 Guns" is coming on May 24th.
I wrote it because I have gone to too many funerals of Marines I served with that were just too young. When they die young,
more
View More Posts

Live Photos of Jamey Johnson

Jamey Johnson at Orange Beach, AL in The Wharf Amphitheater 2024
View All Photos

Jamey Johnson merch
amazonview store

Living For A Song: A Tribute To Hank ...
$11.98
The Guitar Song
$18.25
That Lonesome Song
$32.99
The Dollar
$7.98
View All
Jamey Johnson's tour

Fan Reviews

Brandon
May 13th 2024
Incredible night, Jamey played some of his own music along with some covers (Waylon, Charlie Daniels, John Anderson, Vern Gosdin, Jerry Reed, etc.). He also debuted his new song “What A View”. In a world where old school, outlaw country is a dying breed, Jamey Johnson stands tall and keeps the genre alive and well. And thank God for that.
Orange Beach, AL@
The Wharf Amphitheater
Marsha
March 21st 2024
No words. What an amazing night. Our first time at 3rd & Lindsley. Great Venue! I’m still basking in the afterglow :) Very memorable evening. Gene Watson, Mo Pitney, and JAMEY JOHNSON. No words! JAMEY JOHNSON … says it all. Thank you for the memories!
Nashville, TN@
3rd and Lindsley
George
August 1st 2022
Jamey and his band put on a great show. I'm not a huge fan of the venue, but the tickets were reasonably priced and I had a great view of the stage even with sitting 2/3 of the way to the back.
Ranson, WV@
Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races
View More Fan Reviews

About Jamey Johnson

Jamey Johnson (born in Enterprise, Alabama) is an American country music singer-songwriter. Signed to BNA Records in 2005, Johnson made his debut with his single "The Dollar", which reached a peak of #14 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. An album, also titled The Dollar, was released in 2006. Johnson exited BNA in 2006 and signed to Mercury Nashville Records in March 2008, releasing his first single for the label that month. In addition to his own material, Johnson has co-written three singles for Trace Adkins, as well as one each for George Strait, Joe Nichols and John Michael Montgomery.

Johnson was raised in Montgomery, Alabama. From an early age, he was influenced by country acts such as Alabama and Alan Jackson, the latter of whom he claims is the first act that he saw in concert. Johnson, after graduating high school, attended Jacksonville State University, the same university from which Alabama lead singer Randy Owen graduated.

Johnson then quit college after two years and served in the the Marine Corps Reserves for eight years. After exiting the Marines, he began playing country music in various bars throughout Montgomery; one of his first gigs was opening for David Allan Coe. By 2000, Johnson had moved to Nashville, Tennessee in pursuit of a career in country music. One of his first connections was with Greg Perkins, a fiddler who had played for Tanya Tucker and other artists. Perkins invited Johnson to sing as a duet partner on a demo tape; the other duet partner with whom he sang was Gretchen Wilson. Songs for which Johnson sang demos include "Songs About Me" (cut by Trace Adkins) and "That's How They Do It in Dixie" (cut by Hank Williams, Jr. with Big & Rich, Gretchen Wilson, and Van Zant).

In addition, Johnson had made connections with producer and songwriter Buddy Cannon, who helped him land a songwriting contract. Among Johnson's first cuts as a songwriter was "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk", which Adkins cut for his 2005 album Songs About Me and released as a single.
Show More
Genres:
Country
Hometown:
Montgomery, Alabama

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