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Jacob Jones’ premiere project is available for pre-save/pre-add now.

NASHVILLE – Breakout country artist Jacob Jones is set to release his debut EP Son of a Military Man on Friday, May 26. Each track is enhanced by Jacob’s authentic storytelling abilities as he touched every aspect of this project. The EP is produced by Andrew King (Blessing OfforTenille Arts and Brooke Eden) and mixed by John Palmieri (Engineer for Cole Swindell and Lady A). 


Jacob’s style pulls from the trailblazing foundation of classic country and the time-proven storytelling method of the genre’s greats. Songs Black & White, Window Pain and Ends In Why paint visions of the trials and strengths of young love. Other songs The Fallen Stood and Son of a Military Man instill a sense of forlorn worry, fear and pride for loved ones who readily give the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.  


Son of a Military Man is a project I’m super excited to put out into the world,” says Jacob. “Every song on the project reflects a different part of my life and embodies the spirit of country music as I see it. As someone who grew up as a military kid, I wanted to make Son of a Military Man the title track to give all the folks in my community a project to make their own – something they could relate to on a deeper level. This is a song pointed directly at kids who grew up like I did, as the son of a military man.”


Fans can pre-save Son of a Military Man by clicking here:

Son of a Military Man track list:

  1. Ends In Why
  2. Window Pain
  3. The Fallen Stood 
  4. Savin’ Up My Luck 
  5. Black & White 
  6. Waitin’ On Winter
  7. Son of a Military Man 


“The album’s focus track The Fallen Stood is easily the most important song off this project,” says Jacob. “It talks about the true story of my best friend’s dad, Lt. Sean C Snyder. His tragic death in the line of service allows us all to do what we love without fear of having our freedom taken away. I’ve already seen an enormous impact from this song, even unreleased. I hope it helps give the general listener a new perspective on what’s important in life, and I look forward to the reactions of those who have similar experiences.”‘


Preview The Fallen Stood below


Can’t forget the January morning in Virginia

Said goodbye, walked out and drove to base in that old pickup

It was an ordinary training flight but this time something didn’t go right

He had to give it all when duty called

Like every gold star kid that folded flag means everything

Cuz it stand for the man who I’d like to think never left that pilot seat

The fallen stood for honor, it wasn’t for the glory

Signed on the dotted line to add their names to freedom’s story

Payed the price and made that sacrifice for the greater good

So we can live the lives they never could

The fallen stood

About Jacob Jones 

A born and raised “military brat,” Jacob’s journey has taken him across America, beginning with his Alabama roots and high school years in Virginia. He has since moved on to Nashville, the songwriting capital of the world. Jacob’s military background contributes to his fearlessly authentic mindset when songwriting, as he has learned not to take anything for granted.


Inspired by Eric ChurchAlan Jackson and George Strait, Jacob’s musical threshold knows no limits. With genre acting as a preference, not a barrier, AerosmithNirvana and Guns N’ Roses also standing amidst his influences. The central strength of his sound and love for the artform is undoubtedly his ability to put pen to paper, resulting in captivating songs. Presenting a clear focus on nineties-style lyricism and musical progressions, Jacob illuminates the possibilities that lie within story-focused, purposeful songwriting. 


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