Follow Jake Owen on Twitter and you'll learn that the singer is an open book. His music is also as honest as anyone around -- in fact, many of the 'Barefoot Blue Jean Night' artist's top songs reveal his scars. Literally and figuratively, this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?' shares the stories behind those scars.
Jake Owen made a big change recently, cutting his famously long locks in exchange for a slicked-back, shorter 'do. He says it was a little nagging from his mom that helped him decide to go all in and give himself a brand new look.
The last two years have humbled Jake Owen. Musically, he's continued to run songs up the country music charts while filling up amphitheaters nationwide. But the birth of his daughter and his father's cancer scare set this once swashbuckling kid from the beach back on his heels.
Jake Owen's daughter Pearl turned two last weekend. The singer said he planned to host a small party for her before tucking it in for the Thanksgiving holiday. He also shared that it's been a nervous, but very satisfying two years for him and his wife.
At first look, the 'What We Ain't Got' music video seems very un-Jake Owen. Where's the beach? Where's the good-looking women? Where's the beach? You won't find either here, and the singer couldn't be more proud.
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