Mac McAnally, Luke Dick, Mae Estes and Dee White Surprise Crowd with Performances of “When a Man Loves a Woman” and “The Weight”

NASHVILLE, TN (February 15, 2024) – Last night Jackson Dean celebrated Valentine’s Day by selling out the Nashville stop of his headlining Head Full of Noise Tour.  Delivering a 100-minute set that left the packed house awestruck with his vocal talents and transfixed on his raw stage swagger, the rising singer-songwriter enthralled the crowd with a mix of fan favorites, unreleased songs and special guest performances.

Dean’s frequent collaborator and producer, Luke Dick, joined onstage to sing the 23-year-old talent’s first No. 1 “Don’t Come Lookin’,” which they had written together. For the encore, Mac McAnally accompanied Dean on acoustic guitar as he debuted his recently released cover of Percy Sledge’s “When A Man Loves A Woman .” The night closed with an epic singalong, bringing back Dick and McAnally and supporting acts Mae Estes and Dee White to the stage for a crowd-pleasing rendition of The Band’s “The Weight.”

Read The Tennessean‘s review of the show HERE

Read Today’s Country Magazine‘s review of the show HERE

After a jam-packed 2023, touring with artists like Eric Church, Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton, Jackson Dean is currently headlining his own Head Full of Noise Tour with special guests Mae Estes and Dee White. In the spring, he will be take his talents across the globe as direct support for the GRAMMY® Award-winning Lainey Wilson on her Country Is Cool Again Tour. More information, including tour dates, can be found at https://www.jacksondeanmusic.com/

Fast-rising Country singer/songwriter Jackson Dean  is quickly earning a reputation for his old school, gritty, lyric-driven, outlaw style of Country following a breakout year that landed him on Pandora’s Ten for 2023 (all genre), Spotify’s Hot Country Artists to Watch 2023, Apple Music’s Country Risers, the CMT Listen Up class of 2023, CRS New Faces 2023, Amazon Music’s 2023 Breakthrough Artists to Watch: Country Class as well as a slew of other artist to watch lists. Mature beyond his years, Jackson opted to move out to a cinderblock, concrete floor, one-room shack on the back of his grandfather’s property with no heat and no plumbing at just 18 years old. An adventurous and carefree spirit, the 22-year-old multi-instrumentalist, is also an old soul and skilled artisan whose pastimes include making leather goods, wood-burned art and disappearing into the woods to sleep under the stars. Bringing that same sense of adventure and downhome vibe to his songwriting, the “modern-day Country rambler” ( Taste of Country) burst on the scene, showing people how real music can be with his atmospheric, musically-forward debut album Greenbroke (out now via Big Machine Records). The Maryland native’s single, “Don’t Come Lookin’ ” was the fastest debut to reach No. 1 in 2022 and cemented Jackson as the youngest solo male Country artist to reach the top of the charts with a debut. Landing spots on the Billboard Hot 100, the soundtrack for Netflix’s The Ice Road and a John Dutton scene in Yellowstone. The rugged music video for the track also earned a nomination at the 2023 CMT Music Awards for Breakthrough Male Video of the Year. His sophomore single, “Fearless (The Echo)” is currently climbing through the Top 15 on the Country radio charts after being Most Added upon impact. His Live From The Ryman album featuring fan favorite previously unreleased track “ Heavens to Betsy ” is available now. Following an early career of local performances in his hometown, Jackson has joined bills with superstar acts like Toby Keith, Miranda Lambert, Brantley Gilbert, Kane Brown, Jake Owen, Brooks & Dunn, Lee Brice, HARDY and Brothers Osborne and found himself on the bill for credible events like Austin City Limits and Stagecoach. The young talent recently wrapped big tours with Eric Church, Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, and Jon Pardi, and is currently out on his first headlining tour ( Head Full of Noise Tour).