Niemann’s “Lover, Lover” Gets Gold Certification

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• August 17, 2010

Jerrod Niemann made a return visit to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry this past week. Pictured (l-r): Sony Music Nashville Chairman & CEO Gary Overton; Desert Rose Band’s John Jorgenson; Restless Heart’s Larry Stewart; Niemann; Fitzgerald Hartley’s Bill Simmons; Grand Ole Opry VP/GM Pete Fisher; and Sony Music Nashville Promo VP Skip Bishop. 2010 Copyright Grand Ole Opry. Photo by Chris Hollo

Jerrod Niemann’s first No. 1 hit is now also his first RIAA-certified Gold Digital Single. “Lover, Lover” has been a breakthrough song for the Sea Gayle/Arista Nashville artist and his album, Judge Jerrod & The Hung Jury, has been in the Top 3 country best-sellers since its release.

After a quick stop in Nashville last week that included a performance on the Grand Ole Opry, Niemann is maintaining a busy schedule on the road, and he’ll be opening Gary Allan’s Get Off on the Pain Tour beginning September 9.

Today, it was announced that Niemann and Miranda Lambert will perform at Dierks Bentley’s “Miles & Music for Kids” benefit for Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital Oct. 17 at Nashville’s Riverfront Park. This week Niemann also turns up in People magazine’s music section and Blair Garner’s “The Buzz” page in Country Weekly.

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