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The Multi-Platinum-Selling Star Set to be First California Native Inducted into the Grand Ole Opry Tomorrow, October 24


Tickets for Pardi’s NYC Beacon Theatre Holiday Show on Dec. 16 On Sale Now


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23 OCTOBER 2023 (TORONTO, ON) – Multi-Platinum-selling singer/songwriter/producer Jon Pardi reveals the track listing for his first-ever holiday album, Merry Christmas From Jon Pardi. Produced by Pardi, Bart Butler and Ryan Gore, the 12-track project is available for pre-save/pre-add here and arrives officially this Friday, Oct. 27. Also this week, Pardi is set to become the first-ever California native inducted into the Grand Ole Opry. His lifelong dream to come true Opry induction takes place tomorrow, Oct. 24.


Pardi’s Opry induction and performance airs Nov. 18 as a Saturday night Opry Live on the Opry’s television broadcast home, Circle Network, Circle All Access Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. The Opry show can also be heard on and, SiriusXM Willie’s Roadhouse, and the show’s flagship radio home, WSM Radio. 


Following his induction, Pardi will kick off the holiday season performing live at Nashville’s favorite holiday tradition, Opry Country Christmas, on Nov. 26, as his first major activity as an Opry member. Tickets for Opry Country Christmas are on-sale now at The celebration then continues with Pardi’s previously announced winter holiday show at the Beacon Theatre in New York, NY, on Dec. 16. Tickets are available now at


Merry Christmas From Jon Pardi Track Listing:

  1. Beer For Santa
  2. 400 Horsepower Sleigh
  3. All I Want For Christmas Is You
  4. Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
  5. Merry Christmas From The Keys
  6. Please Come Home For Christmas
  7. Santa Looked A Lot Like Daddy
  8. I’ve Been Bad, Santa (And Pillbox Patti)
  9. Reindeer
  10. Swing On Down To Texas
  11. Winter Wonderland
  12. A Long December


About Jon Pardi

Since first hitting the country landscape, ACM and CMA award-winning artist Jon Pardi has separated himself from the pack, carving a lane that was all his own by producing, writing, and singing songs he created from the melodies up, and earning praise for it. Pardi recently launched his headlining Mr. Saturday Night World Tour and earned his sixth career #1 hit on Country radio, “Your Heart Or Mine,” off of his ACM Album of the Year nominated project, Mr. Saturday Night. Featured by NPR, Paste, Billboard, The Tennessean and more, Pardi’s album Mr. Saturday Night proved Pardi has “blazed his own trail over the past decade” (Billboard), and his “refusal to chase sets Mr. Saturday Night apart” (Taste of Country), proving "he might be the most successful at combining the old-school sound with today’s need for hooks” (Nash News). The album earned Pardi back-to-back Album of the Year nominations and reunited the producing team of Bart Butler, Ryan Gore and Pardi- the same team behind the boards of his critically acclaimed album, Heartache Medication - Pardi’s CMA and ACM Album of the Year nominated project. Heartache Medication debuted among the top albums on Billboard’s Country Albums chart and was named in 2019 Rolling Stone’s “Best Album of the Year” and by the Los Angeles Times as one of the (Top 10) “Best Albums of the Year.” Heartache Medication followed his breakthrough Platinum-selling album, California Sunrise, which featured the multi-platinum, chart-topping hits “Dirt On My Boots,” “Head Over Boots,” “Heartache On The Dance Floor” and “Night Shift.”


Having “cut a path through modern country’s embrace of pop, hip-hop and EDM” (The New York Times), Pardi is a “hero in the making” (Variety), with “an emboldened work… a distilling of his sound into a more potent form that draws both vitality and assurance from his anything-but-sterile relationship to his tradition's modern era” (NPR). With his “state-of-the-art blend of traditional instrumentation and progressive grooves that point to country's future” (Rolling Stone), Pardi is “a leader among a growing number of artists bringing back fiddle, steel and twang” (People). “Even when he’s singing sad songs, he wants people to have a good time” (Associated Press). His “long-lasting mark on the genre” (MusicRow) and his impressive ability to carve out his own path creating “the kind of country music multiple generations came to know, and love can still wok on a mass scale” (Variety). Filled with fiddle, twang and steel guitar, Pardi continues to “apply new ideas to country’s old sounds” (Los Angeles Times) and “bring authenticity back into Country music” (People).



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