Chris Janson announces fourth studio album
All-in is planned for this spring
Chris Janson has announced that his fourth studio album, All-in, arrives this spring via Warner Music Nashville. The multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter has released the project’s title track, which also includes the poignant single “Bye Mom.”
“The title All-in embodies this album,” Janson said. “There are all kinds of songs on this project, but they all flow together because they are authentic to me. I was involved in all stages of the process, from writing to singing to performing and producing. I feel like this is my best album, the most true to myself to date.
He adds, “Appropriately, 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. Each track of this song is a snapshot of our real life.
Janson co-wrote the title track with Ashley Gorley, Dallas Davidson and Zach Crowell. “Bye Mom,” which is about loving someone more than yourself, continues to converse with fans. The single also inspired a partnership with Bass Pro Shops, in which they donated more than $300,000 to the spouses and children of deceased and disabled military personnel through the national non-profit organization Folds of Honor.
Janson will share new music from All-in as well as his collection of chart-topping hits on his headlining Halfway to Crazy Tour, spanning over 17 dates in auditoriums, theaters and, for the first time, arenas across the country. Tickets for the race, which begins February 10, are on sale now.