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New Single Coming from Popular Niverville Country Artist

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Local country music artist JR Charron in concert. c/o JR Charron

Fresh off his Manitoba Country Music Awards win, Niverville’s JR Charron is preparing to release a new emotionally driven single on January 27 entitled “Who You’re Gonna Be.”

The song is about Charron’s experience in becoming a father and is his most heartfelt and personal release to date. The song will even include his baby’s ultrasound heartbeat in the first few seconds.

He hopes the details and raw emotion of the song will invite the listener into making a closer connection with the artist, who is very open about life’s challenges and what it’s like to balance being a musician, songwriter, performer, and family man.

“My goal is to put the listener in the driver’s seat,” Charron explains. “I hope that [they] can reflect on what I’m saying to have a relatable emotional experience, whether they are expecting, thinking about trying, have had children, or anywhere in between.”

In November 2022, Charron debuted the new single at his performance during the MCMAs where he was nominated for four awards and left with a win for Fans’ Choice.

Addressing his growing fanbase, Charron shared the win on social media saying, “This could not have happened without you, my fans. We may not have the most, but you are in fact, the most loyal. I am so grateful for this massive show of support and to be a part of this country music lovin’ community.”

2023 is shaping up to be a big year for the small-town singer who moved to Niverville in 2018 from Binscarth, Manitoba.

“Since our MCMA win, I’m getting calls left, right, and centre,” says Charron. “I think the release of this latest single should only put that into hyper drive. So damn excited for the future!”

“Who You’re Gonna Be” is available for prepurchase on Charron’s website.

For more information

To pre-purchase the new single, visit: www.jrcharron.com.

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