Grayson Rogers First Single “Party Rocker” Making A Name For Itself On The PlayMPE Charts

Only four days after Grayson Rogers released their first single “Party Rocker” via PlayMPE, the catchy party tune is debuting at No. 13 on the PlayMPE Top 20 Download Chart and at No. 9 on the PlayMPE Top 20 Streamed Chart!
Party Rocker”, off the band’s upcoming debut album “All Fired Up” (in stores September 16th) is a fan favorite within their vastly growing fanbase, also known as the “G-Rmy,” but it looks to be the start of a nationwide hit as buzz begins to garner around the energetic track, especially after it debuted on the charts alongside Jason Aldean’s “Burnin’ it Down”, Luke Bryan’s “Rollercoaster”, Florida Georgia Line’s “Dirt” and more this week.

“I don’t think it’s all really hit me yet. I mean, it seems like yesterday we were playing our first gig, and now our music is going to radio. It’s really mind blowing,” says Grayson about the recent news.

“We are humbled and honored to even be on this list with these artists that we have loved for years. It’s surreal, really, to think that it’s basically a list of what you’ll be hearing on country radio in the next few months … and our single is on that!” CJ (bassist/guitarist) added in.

The 10-track album is due out September 16th. In the meantime, Rogers continues to criss-cross the country, performing everywhere they can while promoting their new single. Follow them on their website, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to see when they’re coming to a town near you.

One thought on “Grayson Rogers First Single “Party Rocker” Making A Name For Itself On The PlayMPE Charts

  • August 2, 2014 at 3:34 am

    I am so proud of #GraysonRogers, Our Home Town Band & their debuting first album #PartyRocker. These Guys give back to the Community Every Time Their Growing Schedule allows. They are great young men & have remained loyal to their following with awesome Work Ethics & a true love for their Fans & Followers.


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