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Jelly Roll earns fifth consecutive #1 with ‘Halfway To Hell’

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Jelly Roll earned his fifth consecutive #1 with the hit song “Halfway to Hell,” off his critically acclaimed debut country album Whitsitt Chapel.  Jelly announced the news from his live performance at Nissan Stadium, where he co-hosted CMA Fest‘s ABC television special set to air on June 25th.

Per Country Now, Halfway to Hell officially impacted airwaves on January 22, 2024, and was named most-added upon its debut, earning a whopping 92 first-week adds on stations around the country.  Says Jelly: “I am incredibly grateful for the overwhelming support from my fans and country radio. It’s a testament to the power of music that I am here at all and I’ve never been more inspired to keep creating. Thank you to everyone that has made this possible. I’m ready to share more music soon…very soon.”

Jelly Roll also just dropped his new song, “I Am Not Okay”, after originally debuting the ballad during the Season 25 finale of The Voice. In addition, he will also launch his headlining Beautifully Broken Tour this August, kicking off in Salt Lake City, Utah on August 27 and making stops across the U.S. before closing out the run in Charlotte, North Carolina on October 27.

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