White Claw Concerts: CJ Solar
Celebrate live music on the river! White Claw Concerts are here, and there's something for everybody.
Rolling Stone Country named CJ Solar one of their “New Artists You Need to Know.”
Heavily influenced by the music he grew up around, Solar fuses country, Southern rock, and Delta blues to create a sound that is uniquely him. His second EP Get Away With It featured Top 15 singles “Airplane” and “American Girls,” and their success led him to be named 2019 “Independent Artist of the Year” by MusicRow CountryBreakout Awards and nominated for “Breakthrough Artist-Writer” at the 2019 MusicRow Awards. On the road, he's performed across the country and has had many dreams come true along the way, including a show at the Grand Ole Opry and opening for his heroes Lynyrd Skynyrd, 38 Special, and Hank Williams, Jr.
An extremely talented songwriter, CJ recently celebrated his second #1 country single as a writer with Jameson Rodgers’ debut “Some Girls.” His first #1 was Morgan Wallens’ “Up Down,” a smash hit featuring Florida Georgia Line that garnered CJ an ASCAP Award and the Nashville Songwriters Award for “10 Songs I Wish I’d Written.” Other co-writing credits include Jason Aldean’s, “I Don’t Drink Anymore,” Kyle Park’s “What the Heaven,” Jerrod Neimann’s “Blue Bandana” and “The Regulars,” and Justin Moore’s “Between You & Me.”
Get ready to rock and roll with CJ and his band as they kick off the White Claw Concerts on Sunday, May 30!