Joshua Ryan Owen, who is known as Jake Owen to his listener. He is an American country singer along with side also a good songwriter and actor. “Startin with me” was the first album which was released 2006. But the interesting part was- this album formed with 3 single songs and all of the songs touched top 20 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It was remarkable achievement for Jake. Honestly saying, he seems to be still very down to Earth even with all his fame.
Recently Jake Owen proclaimed their headlining acoustic “Down To The Tiki Tonk Tour dates which will be started in different cities on 14th February 2020 weekend of valentine’s day. By performing this tour he will bring himself back again to his fans. He will cover 8 cities during this acoustic tour. He will start his performance from Des Moines, IA Hoyt Sherman Place and ending his tour in March 15 at Mobile, AL Saenger Theater. In the meantime he will cover more 6 cities which are West Lafayette, IN Elliott Hall of Music, Purdue University, Green Bay, WI | Meyer Theatre, Cedar Rapids, IA Paramount Theatre, Lancaster, PA American Music Theater, Wilkes Barre, The F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts, Augusta, GA Miller Theater ,Brian J. Marks Hall.
Jake Owen perform the song from his old and new albums. His latest album is Greetings from… Jake. It is the sixth audio album of this American country singer. Its release date was at 29th march 2019. And the interesting part is: His popular two songs In It and Home Made are right there. It’s more consistent in tone which was great for him. Since fans loved the album, it has dropped. Although he will perform I Was Jack (You Were Diane)” and “Down To The Honkytonk.” Fans are eagerly waiting to start his cool headlining autistic tour. Tickets will start to sell on 13th December.
Jake Owen’s 2020 “Down to the Tiki Tonk Tour” Dates:
Feb. 14 – Des Moines, Iowa @ Hoyt Sherman Place
Feb. 15 – West Lafayette, Ind. @ Elliott Hall of Music, Purdue University
Feb. 27 – Green Bay, Wisc. @ Meyer Theatre
Feb. 28 – Cedar Rapids, Iowa @ Paramount Theatre
March 6 – Lancaster, Penn. @ American Music Theater
March 7 – Wilkes-Barre, Penn.@ The F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
March 14 – Augusta, Ga. @ Miller Theater – Brian J. Marks Hall
March 15 – Mobile, Ala. @ Saenger Theater