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Write You a Song

Jon Pardi

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Album Review

A country traditionalist at heart, Jon Pardi is also fully aware that country, like most musical genres, is evolving, shifting and changing as the 21st century advances, taking on rock and pop traits like big drums and gritty electric guitars, while trading on a kind of nostalgia for an endless summer of breaking hearts and drinking beer on back-country dirt roads, the kinds of themes honky tonk, outlaw, and traditional country have always hung their hats on, really. Pardi is right there ready for the big time with Write You a Song, his debut album, which he co-produced with Bart Butler. Write You a Song is full of the beers, the back roads, and the all-night good times that go with partying until the paycheck's gone, and the whole thing has a country-boy swagger complete with brightly distorted electric guitars, all of which puts Pardi right in the Luke Bryan/Jason Aldean school of how to make radio-ready summer hits. Pardi has already gotten some play with a couple of the tracks here, "Missin' You Crazy" and "Up All Night," and the rest of the album fits the same groove, with titles like "Trash a Hotel Room," "Chasin' Them Better Days," "Empty Beer Cans," and "When I've Been Drinkin'" being somewhat indicative. Pardi has a strong country voice, and he knows what to do with a guitar, not to mention having a keen eye on what works for young country audiences. The playing, production, and sound on Write You a Song are solid and professional, with enough edge to keep it from being simply predictable. [Write You a Song was also released on CD.]

Customer Reviews

This guy is going to be a star...

Saw Jon Pardi live at the House of Blues in Boston last week…along with Leah Turner and Cole Swindell. Jon was definitely the best…he was amazing to watch perform. And his band played LOUD :) He even did some moonwalking while his band played a little Michael Jackson interlude, haha. Great performer!

I will definitely be buying this album on day 1.

I wanna know why?

Jon Pardi has a bright future ahead of him. Why aren't there more new country artists like this?! Honestly his sound is incredible!!!


Ive already listen to both of his songs that are available and I love them, I cannot wait till the album comes out. This is what country is about (real country) not the pop country today. Jon Pardi is bringing country back.


Born: May 20, 1985 in Dixon, California

Genre: Country

Years Active: '10s

Country singer and songwriter Jon Pardi, born May 20, 1985, and raised in Dixon, California, discovered his love of country music early, thanks in no small part to his grandfather's country karaoke machine. Falling under the spell of traditional country artists like George Jones and George Strait, and with a special affinity for Hank Williams Jr., Pardi was playing guitar as a child, and was only seven years old when he belted out "Friends in Low Places" at his father's 30th birthday party at a local...
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