Jon Pardi Performs Impressive Rendition Of Rhett Akins’ “That Ain’t My Truck” At The Grand Ole Opry

Jon Pardi country music

If you’re looking for one guy and one guy only to restore the hope of pure, good ol’, traditional country music on country music radio, look no further than Jon Pardi.

The California cowboy is known for his kickass boot stompers, a number of tear in your beer songs, and lyrics that can relate to even the blandest of individuals on this planet.

Not to mention, the man has album number four in the works, and has dropped some some great singles along the way with “Last Night Lonely” and “Fill ‘Er Up,” along with his collab with Midland for “Longneck Way To Go.”

With that being said, Pardi made an appearance on the latest edition of “Opry Live” at the Grand Ole Opry.

Battling allergies (which I can relate to 100%), he joined stage with Carrie Underwood and The Oak Ridge Boys at the Opry this past weekend, and performed his number one hit “Heartache Medication,” a stellar cover of Rhett Akins’ “That Ain’t My Truck,” and his latest single “Last Night Lonely.”

Now we all know that Pardi can cover the hell out of his songs, and his 2020 Rancho Fiesta Sessions album is chock full of George Strait, Joe Diffie, Tom Petty covers and more, but now he can officially add “That Ain’t My Truck” to the list.

Written by Rhett Akins, Tom Shapiro, and Chris Waters “That Ain’t My Truck” was released in May 1995 as the third single from his debut album A Thousand Memories.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock