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Carson Jeffrey Releases New Single “Rope the Moon”

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (May 31, 2024) – Carson Jeffrey is back with a brand-new single, “Rope The Moon,” available today! Inspired by his real-life experiences and deep love for his wife, Carli, Carson’s genuine cowboy imagery and Western lifestyle infuse his songs with depth and sincerity. He stands out as the real deal in a world full of imitation cowboys who sport the look but lack the lifestyle. A lifelong roper, he practices his craft almost daily when the weather allows. This rare authenticity permeates his music. With a lasso in hand and a heart full of affection, “Rope The Moon” is a love song written by a smitten cowboy. Listen to “Rope The Moon” now!:

Carson describes “Rope The Moon” as, “a heartfelt love song, capturing the essence of young love yearning for freedom from doubt and hesitation. It’s about seizing the moment and diving headfirst into the intensity of love.”

I’ll give ya my heart I’ll give ya my world
Anything and everything for you girl 
I’d sail the across that ocean blue 
Walk through the desert, I’d die for you 
I’ll keep the stars in your eyes and the magic in your boots
If ya saddle up baby I’ll rope the moon 

Produced by David Beck, “Rope The Moon” kicks off a summer of new music from the burgeoning artist. For tour dates and to stay up-to-date with Carson, please visit

About Carson Jeffrey
Country artist Carson Jeffrey embodies Texan charm, living a double life as a full-time cowboy and a hardworking touring musician. Rooted in Cat Spring, Texas, Carson juggles team roping and the cowboy lifestyle with working the honky tonks across the Midwest. Carson embraces the rich tapestry of cowboy traditions—roping, riding, herding and competing. His weekdays reflect a genuine connection to the land, a theme that echoes through his music. Come the weekend, Carson transforms into a road warrior, playing over 100 shows a year and selling out venues from Gruene Hall in New Braunfels, The Tap in College Station and The Blue Light in Lubbock. His music mirrors the Texan experience, weaving tales of trails and prairie winds. With each guitar strum, he invites listeners on a journey through the heart and soul of Texas, where cowboy life and country melodies converge in a captivating harmony.