JJ Lawhorn
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JJ Lawhorn
JJ Lawhorn
Jonathan Wayne Lawhorn
Born September 1993 (Age: 24)
Hanover County, Virginia
Genres Country
Instruments Vocals, guitar, banjo
Labels Average Joes Entertainment (former)
Justin Moore
Jeremy Stover
Ryan Upchurch
Website jjlawhorn.com

Jonathan Wayne "JJ" Lawhorn (born in Hanover County, Virginia) is an American country music singer-songwriter. Lawhorn was discovered online by producer Jeremy Stover in 2010.[1] He signed with EMI Music Publishing within a year.[2] He signed a recording contract with Average Joes Entertainment, a record label owned by Colt Ford, in June 2011 when he was 17 years old.[3]

Lawhorn's debut album, Original Good Ol' Boy, was released by Average Joes on July 16, 2013.[1] The album was produced by Stover.[2] Lawhorn wrote or co-wrote all thirteen tracks.[3] Matt Bjorke of Roughstock gave the album four stars out of five, calling Lawhorn "an artist well worth seeking out."[4] The album sold 4,000 copies in its first week of release, debuting at number 20 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and number 91 on the Billboard 200.[5]

The single "Good Ol' Boys Like Us" was released to country radio on February 17, 2014.[6] The song received a favorable review from Taste of Country, which called it "a great lyric and a strong vocal performance."[7]



Title Album details Peak chart positions
US Country

Original Good Ol' Boy 20 91 20


Year Single Album
2012 "Sittin' on a Tailgate" Original Good Ol' Boy
"You Can Tell a Man by His Truck"
2013 "Stomping Grounds"
2014 "Good Ol' Boys Like Us"

Guest singles

Year Single Artist Album
2012 "Answer to No One" Colt Ford Declaration of Independence
2013 "Field Party" The Lacs Keep It Redneck

Music videos

Year Video Director
2012 "Sittin' on a Tailgate"[11] Travis Nicholson
"Answer to No One" (with Colt Ford)[12] Paul Cain
2013 "Stomping Grounds"
"Field Party" (with The Lacs)
"You Can Tell a Man by His Truck"
2014 "Good Ol' Boys Like Us"


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