Chris Janson Goes ‘All In’ With New Album Out This Spring

Chris Janson; Photo by Spidey Smith
Chris Janson; Photo by Spidey Smith
Chris Janson; Photo by Spidey Smith

Country hitmaker Chris Janson announced Friday (Jan. 21) that he’s releasing a new album.

The album, called All In, is due out this spring, according to a press release. All In also marks Janson’s fourth studio album.

“The title All In epitomizes the album,” Janson said in the release. “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.”

In addition to his announcement, Janson shared the album’s title track with fans. He wrote the song, “All In” alongside Ashley Gorley, Dallas Davidson, and Zach Crowell.

The track is an upbeat love song inspired by his wife, Kelly Lynn. 

“Girl, I was all in like the stars up in that sky / Girl, I was falling from the minute that I saw you / I was calling that night and every day since / I was long gone forever, I was never on the fence / Yeah, I was all in,” goes the chorus.

Janson teased that the song would be available via his Instagram earlier this week, encouraging fans to pre-add or pre-save the track ahead of time.

He also shared a video with a snippet of the song to promote its release.

“New song ‘All In’ is out now! Plus new album coming this spring!” Janson wrote. “This happens to be the title track from it. I’m #AllIn!!!!” He added.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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The song “All In” joins Janson’s previous release “Bye Mom,” which is also featured on his new album. Janson shared the emotional song, “Bye Mom” with fans back in October.

Prior to announcing All In as his next album, Janson let fans know he’d be touring in 2022. Janson will kick off his Halfway to Crazy Tour on Feb. 10 in Dubuque, Iowa. Fellow country artist Ray Fulcher will join Janson on the road. Fans can buy tickets or view the complete list of tour dates and special guests at Janson’s website.

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