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Jasmine Rae Releases 'I'll Try Anything' Featuring US Superstar Joe Nichols

 

 ‘I’ll Try Anything’ is the second single from Jasmine Rae’s upcoming new album Listen Here, which is released next Friday, March 4.

The track has been serviced to Australian country radio this week and follows the album’s first single, the #1 country radio hit ‘Hunky Country Boys’ (also at #2 on the CMC Top 30 Countdown this week). 

‘I’ll Try Anything’ is a duet featuring special guest and US country superstar Joe Nichols. Joe Nichols’ single, ‘The Shape I’m In’ is currently hotting up our country airplay charts and was a recent CMC Country Pick. Joe Nichols' first ever Greatest Hits album is available now and includes 4 x #1 US hits.

"I'll Try Anything is a beautiful song about heartache and the things it can make you feel and do. This is my first duet and the most challenging song I’ve ever recorded”, says Jasmine Rae. 

“Thanks Joe Nichols for coming into the studio and pouring your stunning, smooth, caramel vocals all over this track.”

The track is produced by Mark Moffatt.

On the same day Listen Here is released, Jasmine Rae begins her tour with Alan Jackson and Miranda Lambert. The sold out shows take place at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne (March 4), Acer Arena Sydney (March 7) and the Brisbane Entertainment Centre (March 10, 11 & 12). Jasmine Rae will also appear on the main stage at CMC Rocks The Hunter on March 6.  

Like Nichols and Australia’s king of country Lee Kernaghan who once described Jasmine Rae as “the hottest new artist in years”, Alan Jackson is another country superstar who has become a fan of Jasmine Rae’s music.

“I don't know Jasmine yet, but I heard her music and she sounds real good to me. I like her songs a whole lot”, said Jackson in the Sunday Telegraph last weekend.

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