Jason Owens Releases Country/Pop Single, ‘Party Like You’ With Romantic Music Video

For Jason Owens there’s no better party than chilling at home with his wife – that’s made clear in his new single and video, ‘Party Like You’.

That’s not to say the Kentucky native doesn’t enjoy a good party as much as the next fella, but his romantic heart shines through, and for Jason, there’s no better party than hanging around with those he loves, and the one he loves most of all is his wife.

Jason Owens’ friendly demeanour and catchy as all hell sing-along songs mean he’s a great addition to any party; he’s been in the pop-country circuit long enough to have made an impression, and winning praise from critics and fans alike. But it’s the lights at home that call the born storyteller most of all.

‘Party Like You’ is as unconventional a love can get: written from Owens’ own experience and with quite witty and offbeat lyrics, his inventive guitar playing and vocals are one of a kind. There’s hints of his inspirations in his sound, such as Toby Keith, Tim McGraw, and especially Brad Paisley, but the Kentucky good humour is Jason’s all alone.

The music video for ‘Party Like You’, shot by Bob Mills, finds Jason at a party, and while he’s having a good time there, it’s nothing compared to what’s going on at home. His wife doesn’t need a band to dance, nor does she need any special occasion to dress up: she just slips on a DVD and settles down to watch – why Jason of course! This pair were made to stay together.

Watch the music video for ‘Party Like You’ below, and find out more about Jason Owens and his music online on his official website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

Jason Owens - Party Like You (Official Music Video)

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