Multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Jelly Roll shares his highly-anticipated debut Country album, Whitsitt Chapel. Listen now here. Ahead of the album’s release, the Nashville native was revealed as the cover of Billboard’s Country Power Player Issue, where he shared his journey from incarceration to topping the Billboard Country charts. Read the full cover story here and watch the video here
Whitsitt Chapel features 13 tracks co-written by Jelly, including his current single “Need A Favor,” the fan-favorite track, “She,” and “Save Me” ft. Lainey Wilson, which he debuted at this year’s ACM Awards. 

Today’s album release follow’s Jelly Roll’s sold-out events at the Ryman Auditorium this week, with the premiere of his highly-anticipated Hulu documentary, “Jelly Roll: Save Me” produced by ABC News Studios  and his full live album performance of his debut country project (5/31), which Variety summarized as “a 12-Step Meeting, a revival and a party all at once.”  Fans were first given a preview of the film earlier this month when Jelly Roll performed on the finale of American Idol and via Deadline and Good Morning America. 
 A 3X CMT Award winner, Jelly has independently amassed more than 4 Billion career streams to date. He scored his first No. 1 on US Country radio with his debut Country single “Son Of A Sinner” and earned a two-week Rock No. 1, “cemented his rising mainstream stardom” (Tennessean). His current single, “Need A Favor” currently is Top 5 on the US Rock radio and Top 15 on the US Country radio charts, simultaneously. Ahead of the album’s release, Jelly Roll dominated Billboard’s Emerging Artist Chart for a record-breaking 28 consecutive weeks – ultimately breaking the record of most weeks spent at No. 1. The multi-genre hitmaker also announced his upcoming 44 city Backroad Baptism Tour. Produced by Live Nation and for more information including tour dates, visit

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