Nicholas Jamerson Shares Message Of Hope On New Acoustic Rendition Of “We Are”

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Lindsey Patkos

It’s always a good day when we get new music from Nicholas Jamerson.

Nick, who you might know as one half of the Kentucky duo Sundy Best, is working on some new stuff with his other band, Nicholas Jamerson & The Morning Jays.

And he’s putting an acoustic spin on the tracklist from his 2020 solo album, The Wild Frontier, as well as some of his other favorite original tunes.

Today, we’re excited to premiere the first one, “We Are,” which finds Nick showing off his impressive vocal range in a hopeful message about getting through tough times and making it out on the other side even stronger.

He says he wrote the song sitting on a riverbank thinking about life and how he knows, in the end, it will all be okay:

“I wrote this song sitting on the riverbank, trying to convince myself that we are going to be ok. I believe We Are.”

I’m always partial to the acoustic, stripped-down version of any song, so make sure you give this one a spin today if you’re into real deal, country music that comes straight from the heart:

And Nick and Kris recently stopped by the Whiskey Riff Raff podcast for a great conversation, so make sure you check that out while you’re here too:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock