Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots release "Jesus Knows"
Thursday, April 25, 2019
– Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots released a new single today, "Jesus Knows," which will be on an upcoming EP, "Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots Live in Boston."
The project was recorded at a recent sold-out theater in Boston. "Jesus Knows" is a humorous track written by Bones, Brandon Ray and Eddie Garcia. "Our one and only goal is to make sure people have a good time when they come to a show or listen to our music. We hope everyone enjoys this as much as we had fun making it," said Bones, who hosts a syndicated national radio show.
Bones will join ABC's first time prime-time coverage of the NFL Draft, live coast-to-coast from Nashville on "2019 NFL Draft on ABC," tonight from 8-11:30 p.m. Bones will also be seen on the second night of ABC's NFL Draft coverage, tomorrow, 7-11:30 a.m. eastern.
The upcoming EP follows "The Next Episode." The Bobby Bones Show broadcasts to almost 140 stations. The show recently garnered its third ACM Award for National On-Air Personality of the Year, a 2017 Country Music Association award for National Broadcast Personality of the Year and earned Bones the title of youngest ever inductee into the National Radio Hall of Fame.
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