WATCH: Chris Janson’s ‘Cold Beer Truth’ Music Video Features His ‘Best Friends, Heroes and Mentors’
Country hitmaker Chris Janson is giving fans another taste of what’s to come on his forthcoming album, All In, with…
Chris Janson, Kid Rock
Written alongside Brad Clawson, Mitch Oglesby and Rob Pennington, Janson wanted the “Cold Beer Truth” video to feature his closest family and friends. Directed by David Bradley, the video features Janson’s wife and kids, his new puppy, Willie, Kid Rock, University of Alabama football player John Cassimus and fisherman Bill Dance.
Richard Childress, of NASCAR, also makes an appearance in tribute to Dale Earnhardt, who is mentioned in the lyrics.
Johnny Morris, the founder of Bass Pro Shops, also makes a cameo. He and Janson often team up together – in fact, recently they donated over $300,000 to Folds of Honor, a nonprofit that supports the families of fallen and disabled service members.
“The ‘Cold Beer Truth’ video includes some of my best friends, heroes and mentors,” shares Janson. “It was important to me to highlight those relationships. When I think cold beer truth conversations, I think fishing and being in the outdoors with family and friends. When I think of NASCAR, I think Dale Earnhardt. This video pays tribute to all the good buddies out there in America who have made some great memories while sharing some cold beer truth.”
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In addition to having his All In record release this coming Spring, Janson also announced his headlining tour, “Halfway to Crazy.” He has officially hit the road and is ready to come to a city near you! Eager to share songs form the new album with fans, Janson will be touring the country in over 18 cities with the company of rising star Ray Fulcher and up-and-comer Shane Profitt.
For a list of upcoming tour dates, see below.
HALFWAY TO CRAZY TOUR DATES
2/17/22 // Wilkes-Barre, PA // The F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
2/18/22 // Stamford, CT // Palace Theatre
2/24/22 // Joliet, IL // Rialto Square Theatre
2/25/22 // West Plains, MO // West Plains Civic Center
2/26/22 // Ashland, KY // Paramount
3/4/22 // Canton, OH // Canton Palace Theatre
3/5/22 // Johnson City, TN // Freedom Hall Civic Center
3/10/22 // Nashville, TN // Ryman Auditorium
3/11/22 // Mt. Vernon, KY // Renfro Valley Entertainment Center
3/12/22 // Greensburg, PA // The Palace Theatre
3/25/22 // Zanesville, OH // Secrest Auditorium
3/26/22 // Worcester, MA // Palladium
3/27/22 // Silver Spring, MD // The Fillmore
4/15/22 // Oxford, AL // Oxford Performing Arts Center
4/16/22 // Hiawassee, GA // Anderson Music Hall