Been a long time comin’.
On Friday, Jon Langston released his long awaited debut studio album, Heart On Ice. The album features 14 tracks, making this the longest project of Langston’s career. Langston is the first artist signed to Luke Bryan’s new label 32 Bridge Entertainment, following a three year stint on tour with Bryan.
Langston has been steadily growing in popularity in the country music scene since his first release, Young & Reckless, way back in 2013, and fans have been anticipating this album since his latest EP Now You Know back in 2019, which gave Langston his biggest hit to date in When It Comes To Loving You.
In anticipation of the album, Langston released three singles, the title track, Ain’t No Cowboy, and Day in The 90’s, in late July and early August, respectively. Langston also set I ain’t Country, which features fellow up-and-comer Travis Denning, as the next single off the album.
Having written 11 out of the 14 tracks, there’s a little something content-wise for everyone. From reminiscing on past relationships, to party songs, to being reminded of how to become the man he wants to be on Granddaddy’s Watch.
Jon celebrated the release in style, playing a free set at Blake Shelton’s Ole Red bar in Nashville to kick off the release and is also set to play at the Grand Ole Opry Friday night, joining Wade Bowen and Kaitlin Butts.
Langston also announced a 21 stop headlining tour to promote the record, kicking off in his home state of Georgia on September 9th.