Artist:Jesse Raub Jr.
Year Of Release:2016
Quality:MP3 320 Kbps
Total Size:109 MB
WebSite:Album Vorschau 17:07
Jesse Raub Jr. – Sittin’ Here (2016)
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1. Eiffel Tower (4:16)
2. She Can Forgive (3:11)
3. Sittin’ Here (Feat. Cody Johnson) (3:09)
4. A Woman Like You (4:37)
5. The Hardest Part About Quittin’ (3:03)
6. My Kinda Church (2:54)
7. History Lesson (3:27)
8. She’ll Put The Hurt On You (3:10)
9. Mistakes (4:12)
10. Touch The Water (3:52)
11. Runaway Train (3:21)
12. Sinnin’ On Sunday (6:27)
Some artists claim to have what it takes to not only perform for a crowd but to also capture their hearts. Jesse Raub, Jr is one artist that can make that claim with complete conviction and truth.
“I am beyond blessed to be one of few that can honestly say that I enjoy what I do on that stage every night. To see the smiles on the faces of my amazing fans really touches my heart in a way that is almost indescribable.”-Jesse Raub, Jr.
A native Texan hailing from Magnolia, Texas, Jesse uses his roots and captures his love for his family and friends in the songs that he writes and sings. As the frontman of his own band. Jesse has spent the last 10 years traveling throughout the great state of Texas, rocking every venue he’s entered. By bringing in the traditional Texas Country sounds and merging them with true Southern Rock, Jesse has created a show that will keep the crowd on their feet throughout the entire show. His unique voice and true country twang continue to captivate his audiences as he merges the classic sounds of Haggard and Jones with the rocking sounds of Hank and Dwight Yoakam to create a high energy and entertaining show every night.
Prompting his first studio release “Honky Tonkin Blues,” Jesse entered and won the Rising Star contest in 2003. With the hit release, Jesse received accolades and Texas radio support, which provided him the opportunity to share the stage with some of Texas’s biggest country stars. Raub, Jr. has shared the spotlight with the likes of Johnny Rodriguez, Dub Miller, Roger Creager, Cody Johnson, Trent Willmon, Jason Allen, and many more.
Not resting on his laurels, Jesse appeared on Cody Johnson’s 2011 critically acclaimed album “A Different Day” as a co-writer for the hit “The Way She Loves Me.” In 2014, he scored his first #1 on Texas Radio as a co-writer on Johnson’s “Dance Her Home”. He has also had two recordings of his own chart in the top 50 of the Texas Music Chart and the Texas Radio Report: “Blame It On The Music” and “Bad Intentions”.
In a tough market, flooded with new faces everyday, there is no doubt that Jesse Raub, Jr. truly stands out as one of the top new “Young Guns” of today’s Texas Country Music scene.