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Based in Nashville but raised in Mississippi, Jameson Rodgers made his Waco debut at 10 p.m. Saturday night, building on the momentum of his second No. 1 hit, “Cold Beer Calling My Name” and his current tour of Cold. Beer Calling My Name.

Rodgers, who answered a few questions via email ahead of his arrival on Saturday, is anticipating the show.

“I can’t wait to give the crowd a great show and leave it all on stage. I just released my first album, ‘Bet You’re From a Small Town’, so we have some new songs on the set list that I can’t wait to play. Maybe I should also try a Texan barbecue while I’m in town, ”he said.

Rodgers was one of the authors of “Cold Beer Calling My Name” and while he can’t predict which songs have # 1 potential, there is sometimes the feeling that one of them might stand out. “You can never really predict what will happen to him once he’s in the world. But sometimes you just feel like you’ve got something really special, and of course having a # 1 song is just an indescribable feeling that you never get used to, ”he said.

Chris Janson will also be coming to town on Friday night after the hit of his latest single “Bye Mom” ​​and over a billion song streams, including his first big hit “Some Girls.” Country music continues later in the week with Tracy Lawrence on October 14, Walker Hayes on October 15, and Joe Nichols on October 16.

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