Country Artist Jordan Davis Shares Love For Montana and St. Jude
Jordan Davis is quickly becoming a household name in the homes of country music fans around the world.
Since breaking onto the country music scene in 2017 with Singles You Up, Davis has transformed into one of the genre's brightest stars.
Jordan Davis is playing a sold-out show at the Armory Music Hall in downtown Bozeman on Saturday, February 5 and recently spoke with Derek & Megan on the XL Morning show during the St. Jude Country Cares Radiothon about his love for Montana and his unwavering support for the St. Jude Children's Hospital.
When asked if he would ever consider moving to Bozeman, Davis replied;
I'd move there if I could. Unfortunately, I don't have as much money as Bill Gates.
Davis said Montana is one of his favorite places and that he plans to take some time to vacation in Montana with his family following his concert at the Armory Music Hall.
He also shared some advice for his fans with beards and said that he uses products from a company called Savage Mane Beard Co. to keep his beard looking glorious. His preferred scent is whiskey and tobacco.
Jordan Davis recently team up with Luke Bryan on a song titled Buy Dirt. The song is currently #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
Davis is also a huge supporter of the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. He said that visiting the hospital was one of the most impactful experiences of his life. He's a Partner in Hope and donates as much as he can to help in the fight against childhood cancer.
Listen below for the full interview.