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Jackson Michelson releases new track ‘Amplifier’

Jackson Michelson cranks the volume up to 11 on his new song, “Amplifier,” available now.

Jackson Michelson cranks the volume up to 11 on his new song, “Amplifier,” available now. The latest track from his forthcoming Back To That Summer EP, out September 17th and also featuring current radio single “Tip Jar,” fans can listen to the electric jam HERE.

Although Michelson didn’t have a hand in writing the groove-laden track, from the first note, he was confident it was a tune he wanted to cut. ‘“Amplifier’ is a song that the moment I heard it, I knew it was for me,” the Oregon native shares. “It was one of the only songs I have ever recorded that I didn’t write. I remember hearing Garth Brooks talk about hearing a song as an artist and even though you didn’t write it, you feel like you did. It is so engaging and entertaining and feel-good, I had to record it. I remember calling my manager after hearing just a verse and chorus of the song and knew I had to release it. It is just so much fun!”

Penned by Billy Montana, Kyle Jacobs and Ben Glover, “Amplifier” follows the release of Michelson’s current radio single, “Tip Jar.” (Watch the official lyric video for “Tip Jar” HERE.)

To date, Michelson’s catalog has topped 15 million streams. Fans can catch the singer and songwriter perform favorites from his heavily-streamed discography as he officially heads back out on the road this summer.

Stream or purchase “Amplifier” HERE. For more information and current tour dates, visit www.jacksonmichelson.com.

Curb Records recording artist Jackson Michelson’s previous releases and powerful arrangements have been praised for “staying atop the beat to drive it through to the end” (Taste of Country). The promising rising star grew up in the “Grass Seed Capital of the World,” Corvallis, Oregon, listening to the sounds of his mother’s favorite country songs and father’s soul. Always looking up to his older brother who toured as a Christian artist, Michelson joined him on the road to help sell merch while taking everything in and making a to-do list all his own. After returning home with an undeniable fire lit inside of him, Michelson started playing in bands throughout his hometown while writing songs that balanced high-energy hooks with good-natured storylines.