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Janson is "All In"

Friday, January 21, 2022 – Chris Janson will be "All In" when his fourth studio album of the same name is out this spring.

"The title 'All In' epitomizes this album," Janson said. "There are all kind of songs on this project, but they all flow together because they are genuine to me. I went all in on every part of the process, from writing to singing to playing to producing. I feel like it's my best, most true-to-myself album to date."

"Fittingly, the title track is an inside look at the history of my relationship with Kelly. I was 'All In' from the moment I met her. Every piece of this song is a snapshot of our real life."

"All In" (Janson, Ashley Gorley, Dallas Davidson, Zach Crowell) joins single "Bye Mom" as the first two releases from the new record.

Janson will share new music from "All In" on his headlining "Halfway to Crazy" Tour, which starts Feb. 10 in Iowa.

Ray Fulcher, who has penned songs with Luke Combs, and Shane Profitt will open the shows..

Tour dates are:
Feb. 10 Dubuque, IA // Five Flags Center - Five Flags Arena
Feb. 11 Des Moines, IA // Hoyte Sherman Place
Feb. 12 Dodge City, KS // United Wireless Arena
Feb. 17 Wilkes-Barre, PA // The F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
Feb. 18 Stamford, CT // Palace Theatre
Feb. 24 Joliet, IL // Rialto Square Theatre
Feb. 25 West Plains, MO // West Plains Civic Center
Feb. 26 Ashland, KY // Paramount
March 4 Canton, OH // Canton Palace Theatre
March 5 Johnson City, TN // Freedom Hall Civic Center
March 10 Nashville, TN // Ryman Auditorium
March 11 Mt. Vernon, KY // Renfro Valley Entertainment Center
March 12 Greensburg, PA // The Palace Theatre
March 25 Zanesville, OH // Secrest Auditorium
March 26 Worcester, MA // Palladium
March 27 Silver Spring, MD // The Fillmore
April 16 Hiawassee, GA // Anderson Music Hall

More dates will be added to the tour.

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CD review - All In Chris Janson, who has made it well known how he's skilled at fixing drinks, expectedly comes to party much of the time on "All In." For instance, he revs up the party bus to top speed during "Halfway to Crazy." However, this 16-song album contains far more than mere bar beverage discussion. Janson has plenty on his mind, and it's all included herein. The most unusual song is "You, Me & The River," which also features its writer, Eric Church, singing along with Janson. ...
CD review - Real Friends "Real Friends" is a showcase for the rubberband quality of Chris Janson's voice. He's got a Mel Tillis stammer in "Check" and a Florida Georgia Line yowl in "Normal People." Kenny Chesney should get a royalty check on "Everybody's Going Through Something." But what's noticeably different about Janson is touch. His songs deftly sprinkle on a dash of horns, rock or hip-hop. But it's all county-infused flavors added by a chef in control. ...
CD review - Everybody Chris Janson's full-length release, "Everybody," includes the same party songs that first appeared on his "Fix A Drink" EP. And while the full length adds more evidence for his image as a good time party starter, it also reveals his softer side, presenting a more well-rounded performer. "Bein' A Dad" is a quiet, sentimental song about parenthood. When Janson sings, "God, I love bein' a dad," he sounds just like Eric Church, a performer ...

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