Jameson Rodgers

Jameson Rodgers was born and raised in Batesville, MS. From a young age, he had his sights set on both music and baseball. Rodgers’ passion lead him to a baseball scholarship at Northwest Mississippi Community College where he played for two years. After transferring to the University of Southern Mississippi he started writing songs. Rodgers formed a band that performed in bars and clubs in Southern Mississippi and developed a local following. In 2010, Rodgers moved to Nashville and began to hone his songwriting skills and played writers rounds as often as possible. His dedication finally paid off when he landed a publishing deal with Combustion in 2014 and shortly after, had his song "Wish You Were On It" recorded by country super duo Florida Georgia Line. Rodgers released his second EP in early 2018. His newest songs, "Missing One" and "Ain't Really Over" have been featured on Spotify's New Boots and Wild Country Playlists along with SiriusXM's On The Horizon. Rodgers has been announced as an opening act on Luke Combs’ 2019 Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour and has been selected as one of three recipients of CMA’s Kixstart Artist Scholarship. Rodgers has recently had cuts by Florida Georgia Line and co-wrote Chris Lane’s current single, “I Don’t Know About You”.