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They say it takes 10 years or 10,000 hours to become the master of any craft – and 32 Bridge Entertainment/EMI Records Nashville country artist Jon Langston has seen it firsthand.
Back in 2013, the Georgia native came out the gate swinging with the first song he ever wrote, releasing a homespun ballad with a lost-in-love theme and a raspy vocal called “Forever Girl.” Now Gold certified, the track catapulted Langston straight from small town open-mics onto stages with country’s biggest names, earning the unassuming college student a grass-roots following and the admiration of country music star and label founder Luke Bryan.
With a knack for celebrating young-Southern vitality – because that’s the life he was living – Langston went on to drop three EPs and a handful of singles which have now racked up more than half a Billion global streams. In the process, he sold out headline shows and earned a recurring spot on the road with Bryan – plus a Grand Ole Opry debut he still can’t quite fathom. Basically, he watched as his dreams came true … but through all that time, one mark of mastery stayed elusive. Now 10 years in, his debut album Heart On Ice arrives.