Jon Pardi Reveals ‘Heartache Remedy’ Monitor Listing
Pardi’s third album is due Sept. 27.
Forward of unveiling the monitor record for his upcoming third studio album Heartache Remedy, Jon Pardi invited Nashville media to his property for a listening celebration on Wednesday (May 29).
In his newly completed barn simply outdoors Music Metropolis, Pardi, alongside members of his report label, launched the brand new venture, which might be launched Sept. 27.
“I promise you that nobody has stressed over the dilemma of album number three more than the guy to my left right here,” Common Music Group Nashville chairman and CEO Mike Dungan instructed the room as he recalled conversations with Pardi in regards to the venture. “‘What do I do? Do I back off? Do I make it country? How can I make it different? I don’t want to make the same record again.’ Along the way he kept saying, ‘It feels pretty good, but it’s even more country than the last one.’”
Dungan stated upon listening to Heartache Remedy, he thinks it’s “a complete masterpiece.” “Those of us who have had a chance to listen to this and had a chance to live with it have been divided into different camps. Everyone seems to have their own favorite [song],” he added. “It’s telling me we have a record that is going to go on in history and be talked about for a long time.”
Pardi then addressed the room, admitting that he’s nonetheless nervous when discussing the album.
“I named it Heartache Remedy as a result of it talks about unhappy matters, nevertheless it makes you’re feeling good on the similar time,” he stated. Pardi additional defined that the venture additionally contains love songs and that the album goes “great with beer and good times.”
He added, “I’m really proud of it. I’m really proud of all the session players, the songwriters that delivered great songs. I wrote half the record and Nashville stepped in and wrote the other half, and I’m very proud of that. I think everybody’s going to love it.”
Pardi had a hand in co-producing the venture alongside Bart Butler and Ryan Gore. The album contains “Don’t Blame It on Whiskey,” a stirring collaboration with Lauren Alaina penned by Eric Church and Miranda Lambert, and the infectious “Me and Jack,” sure to be a staple in Pardi’s stay present.
A full monitor record for Heartache Drugs is beneath.
1. “Old Hat” (Jeff Hyde, Matt Jenkins and Ryan Tyndell) 2. “ Heartache Medication” (Jon Pardi, Barry Dean and Natalie Hemby) 3. “Nobody Leaves A Girl Like That” (Bart Butler, Marv Inexperienced and Jimmy Yeary) 4. “Ain’t Always The Cowboy” (Brandon Kinney and Josh Thompson) 5. “Me And Jack” (Jon Pardi, Rhett Akins, Bart Butler and Luke Laird) 6. “Don’t Blame It On Whiskey (Featuring Lauren Alaina)” (Eric Church, Michael Heeney, Luke Laird and Miranda Lambert) 7. “Tied One On” (Bart Butler, Chase McGill and Jamie Paulin) 8. “Oughta Know That” (Jon Pardi, Bart Butler and Luke Laird) 9. “Tequila Little Time” (Jon Pardi, Rhett Akins and Luke Laird) 10. “Buy That Man A Beer” (Clint Daniels, Justin Lantz and John Pierce) 11. “Call Me Country” (Jon Pardi, Bart Butler and Driver Williams) 12. “Just Like Old Times” (Jon Pardi, Jeff Hyde and Michael Heeney) 13. “Love Her Like She’s Leaving” (Bart Butler, Dean Dillon and Jessie Jo Dillon) 14. “Starlight” (Jon Pardi, Bart Butler and Jeffrey Steele)