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Jake Owen’s New Single “I Was Jack (You Were Diane)” Coming Soon To Country Radio

The new song will be made available for airplay on February 28. It will formally go for adds on March 12.

Hunter Hayes & Jake Owen on ABC's All Access Nashville special | Chris Hollo/ABC

In late 2017, Jake Owen signed a new record deal with Big Loud.

Later this month, the country star will release his first single for the new label.

In an advertisement affixed to this week’s Mediabase chart, Big Loud confirms that Owen’s “I Was Jack (You Were Diane)” will be issued to country radio on February 28. While not specified in the ad, it will likely be made available on digital platforms on or around that same day.

It will formally go for adds in conjunction with the March 12 country radio add board.

Owen last charted at country radio with “Good Company” from his “American Love” album.

Pictured: Hunter Hayes & Jake Owen on ABC’s All Access Nashville special | Chris Hollo/ABC


Written by Dolph Malone

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