Taken from Jelly Roll's show at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN on December 9 2022
Given the fact that Jelly Roll has released around twenty albums - depending on which you classify as mixtapes, collaborative projects, etc. - the Nashville native must have a hard time pinning down a setlist.
Judging from his iconic, sold-out Bridgestone Arena show in Nashville towards the end of 2022, he's incorporating an eclectic blend of tracks from across his vast discography.
The selection includes his now-Platinum single, ‘Son Of A Sinner’, which also became Jelly Roll's first ever No. 1 at Country Radio earlier in the year. The atmospheric song finds the singer-songwriter at his most vulnerable, as he opens up about his mistakes and flaws.
Here you can find Jelly Roll's updated setlist as he embarks on his 2023 Backroad Baptism concert tour.
Jelly Roll has also been performing his recently released singles, ‘She’ and ‘Need A Favor’, both of which are due to feature on his upcoming album, Whitsitt Chapel.
The project, which is being billed as Jelly Roll's first full-country record, is set to drop on June 2.
Jelly Roll recently impressed the Texas audience at the 2023 CMT Awards with his blistering, choir-assisted performance of ‘Need A Favor’, and fans will be eagerly awaited the chance to hear it in-person during the country-rock phenom's Backroad Baptism tour this year.
@hollercountry #JellyRoll, a breakout artist for the country music scene in 2022, has taken home THREE #CMTMusicAwards overnight. Previously, he’s spoken about how he’s been told he’s “too overweight” and has “too many” tattoos to ever make it onto country radio. Now, he’s won three CMT awards and become the first act in a decade to top rock charts while simultaneously having a top 30 song on country radio 🤠 #countrymusic #musictok ♬ original sound - Holler
A number of Jelly Roll's older, rap-inspired songs still make the cut for his setlist, including ‘Creature’ and ‘The Hate Goes On’.
Interestingly, he's been closing his shows with a powerful rendition of his 2020 single, ‘Save Me’. A revamped version of the evocative track is expected to feature on Whitsitt Chapel, featuring one of the biggest stars in modern country, Lainey Wilson.
With Jelly Roll taking an all-star line-up of supporting acts on his 2023 Backroad Baptism tour, including Chase Rice and Ashley McBryde, ticket-holders will be curious to see whether Lainey joins her ‘Save Me’ collaborator on the road for a live debut of the song.
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