Jelly Roll is preparing for a massive show in Music City and he took to social media to tease the impending announcement.
On Wednesday, the rising country star revealed that he will soon reveal plans for the upcoming show and told fans to be on the lookout for what’s to come.
“We are soon to announce our next show in Nashville and I am telling everybody in advance it is going to be the biggest show of my life and I’m going to need for everybody to support the local boy on this one and even those from out of town I need y’all to make a weekend of it,” the singer/songwriter wrote.
His Tweet garnered support from his nearly 100,000 followers as they shared their excitement for his yet-to-be-announced show.
“Coming from Kentucky. I came to the Ryman and to Newport last tour. Will definitely come again,” promised one Twitter user, while another shared, “Been looking for an excuse to come down! Let’s gooo.”
Others called it a “dream come true” and promised they wouldn’t miss it.
Jelly Roll’s Nashville show teaser comes just days after he celebrated his single, “Son of a Sinner,” being the most-added song at country radio.
The track was added to playlists at 76 stations during its first week and debuted inside the Top 40 on the country radio charts.
Written by Jelly Roll, Ernest Keith Smith (Morgan Wallen, Jake Owen, Florida Georgia Line) and David Ray Stevens, “Son of a Sinner” is featured on the genre-bending artist’s latest album, Ballads of the Broken.
The 10-track project was released last September.
“This album is the truth. It’s my truth. I put my blood, sweat and tears into this and I hope y’all can hear my heart,” Jelly Roll previously shared. “Pain is an international language—everybody shares it to some degree— being out on the road and meeting fans, I’ve learned that the more open you are in talking about it, the more people can relate to it and I hope we can heal together through this album.”
Jelly Roll, who made his Opry debut last November, has a jam-packed touring schedule planned for the remainder of 2022. Fans can catch him playing at popular festivals like the Suwannee River Jam, Cheyenne Frontier Days and Tailgate N’ Tallboys.
Click HERE for a full list of upcoming tour dates.