Jerrod Niemann is known as an American country music singer. He is most famous for his albums, Judge Jerrod & the Hung Jury, Free the Music, and High Noon.

Background and Age

Jerrod Lee Niemann was born on July 24, 1979, in Harper, Kansas. He is the child of Jerry Niemann and Esther Niemann. Since the beginning of his journey, he was affected and moved by country music acts like Lefty Frizzell, Keith Whitley, and George Strait. He figured out how to play his first musical instrument on a Tracy Lawrence signed guitar his mom won in a challenge contest at a Lawrence show. In the wake of moving on from Liberal High School, Niemann went to South Plains College in Levelland, Texas.

Career and Net Worth

Niemann started his professional music career by singing and playing acoustic guitar in Texas clubs and bars. In 1999 he self-released his presentation collection Long Hard Road. Niemann signed to the Arista Nashville's Sea Gayle record label in 2010. His presentation single "Lover, Lover", was released in mid-2010. It was initially recorded by the music bunch Sonia Dada under the title "You Don't Treat Me No Good" and was a Number 1 single in Australia in 1992. "Lover, Lover" turned into Niemann's first Top 40 single on the music charts.

The tune is included on his first major record label album collection, Judge Jerrod and the Hung Jury. It appeared at Number 1 on Billboard Top Country Sales Chart. The collection likewise was named one of The New York Times Top 10 Albums of the Year. The collection's subsequent single, "What Do You Want", appeared on the U.S. Hot Country Songs chart that October.

Niemann was assigned in the "New Artist" class for that year's Country Music Association Awards. At the 2010 American Country Awards, Niemann was named for "Artist of the Year: Breakthrough Artist," "Single of the Year:

Marriage, Wife and Kids

Niemann ended up getting engaged to long-lasting sweetheart Morgan Petek in New Orleans in late 2013. They got married on October 12, 2014, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Petek appeared on the TLC TV show "Say Yes to the Dress" with her and Niemann's family to select her wedding dress. Niemann and Petek together established the non-profit "Free The Music USA," which provides musical hardware and education to children that are out of luck and financial resources. They are additionally effectively associated with numerous animal rights non-profits.

Jerrod and Morgan separated after over four years of marriage. The separation was finished on December 17, 2018.

Last Modified: Nov 15, 2020

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