Carolyn Kruse

Weekdays 9:00am - 2:00pm

I always look forward to chatting with Chris Janson. He’s a beacon of positivity and appreciates all he has, especially his wife, Kelly. Chris has written and recorded a new song about Kelly called, “All I Need Is You.”

We talk about the new song, the new record label, and his new artist and friend, Shane Profitt. Plus, we play a game called, “All I Need Is…” Get to know Chris a little better and hear his new song.

Check out the new one from Chris, some of his biggest hits, and fun facts below!

  • The New Song: "All I Need Is You."

    You’ve got to love a love song with tempo! As Chris explained, “our love is exciting.”

  • It All Started With a Boat

    “Buy Me A Boat,” Chris’ first single release was life changing.

  • Fix A Drink

    This fun, summery jam went to #2 in 2017. Chris said he loves making drinks for his friends (he abstains from alchohol)

  • Fun Facts

    * Janson loves Mountain Dew

    * He co-wrote a song with Guns & Roses

    * He met his wife at a bar in Nashville

    * Tim McGraw was the first star to record a song of his “Truck Yeah”

    * Chris co-wrote “I Love This Life” with LOCASH

    * He plays a mean harmonica

    *He loves to hunt deer and fish

    *  The proud Bass Pro Shops/Cabelas brand ambassador was recently awarded the “Fisherman’s Best Friend Award” from Bass Pro Shops, en-light of his conservation efforts, giving back to the woods and water, and His passion for the outdoors and promoting the outdoor lifestyle.

  • The Serious Side of Chris

    In December of 2017, Janson released the powerful message song, “Drunk Girl.” It’s a song about showing respect to women. The story involes the main character helping out an intoxicated woman, doing the right thing and taking her home to safety, instead of taking advantage. 

  • The first #1

    He had been close a couple of times, but it happened in October of 2019. Janson scored his first #1 with “Good Vibes.”

  • Not "Done" yet

    Not long after scoring his first #1 hit, Chris did it again with the mid-tempo love song, “Done.” He intentionally wrote a love song with energy because that’s how he feels about his wife. When he first met Kelly, Chris said he told himself, he was “done.” No more looking, he had found his forever girl.

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