Jon Randall At Grand Ole Opry
Jon Randall is an American country music singer/performer from Dallas, Texas. Once Jon hit his teenage years, he relocated to Nashville Tennessee and found work as guitarist in Emmylou Harris’ band The Nash Ramblers. In 1992, Randall won a Grammy award for Best Country Performance by A Duo or Group with Vocal for the album Alive at the Ryman.
Signed by RCA records in 1995 as a solo artist, Randall released his debut album, What You Don’t Know later that year. The album had one single debut in the country charts, “This Heart”, which debuted at number 74.
In 1996, Randall released the single, “By My side,” which broke the top 40 on the country music charts and won a Music City News Award for Best Vocal Collaboration. “By My Side” was performed with country music and then wife, Lorrie Morgan.
More recently in 2008, Randall, along with Jaime Hanna and Gary Allan, co-wrote Allan’s single, “She’s So California.” He continued his tradition of song writing by collaborating with The Lost Trailer’s on the 2009 single, “All This Love,” and Dierks Bentley’s 2010 album Up on the Ridge.