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NASHVILLE, TN (May 17, 2022) – Coming out of the chute hot, hard-charging newcomer Jackson Dean was selling out bars around the same Maryland stompin’ grounds that gave the world the Brothers Osborne while still in high school. Following an early career of local performances, Dean has joined bills with superstar acts like Toby Keith, Miranda Lambert and Brantley Gilbert, and now the singer/songwriter will reach another career milestone – taking the stage at the Grand Ole Opry on May 31.

Sharing the monumental announcement with fans on social media earlier today, Dean says of the honor, “I can’t believe it. I’m very grateful to be stepping into the circle, it’s an honor and is going to be a really awesome moment.”

Already making a mark at Country radio, Dean will perform his fast-rising single “Don’t Come Lookin’” and more from his recently released, musically-forward album GREENBROKE  (Big Machine Records). Debuting at No. 39 on the Country Aircheck/Mediabase chart, the song is the highest chart entry for an artist’s first single since 2015. Now sitting in the Top 25 with 3-million-plus on-demand streams, the song has been featured on the soundtrack for Netflix’s The Ice Road and in an episode of Paramount Network’s Yellowstone.

Known for his old school, gritty style of Country, Dean will continue to show people how real music can be as he hits the road this summer with Brooks & Dunn and Lee Brice and joins the lineup for the summer’s biggest festivals including CMA Fest, Faster Horses Festival, Seven Peaks Music Festival and two Country Thunder Music Festival dates in Wisconsin and Florida. Visit jacksondeanmusic.com for more information and upcoming tour dates.