Jon Pardi has been making his rounds at US state fairs this summer, and his most recent stop was absolutely breathtaking.
The “Missing You Crazy” singer took the stage in Palmer, Alaska, yesterday, and he was so impressed by the landscape that he posted a whole series of photos on Instagram.
“Alaska state fair was amazing,” he wrote. In the pictures, Jon Pardi is playing to a majorly packed amphitheater. And the crowd is surrounded by stunning snow-capped mountains.
“What a beautiful state!” he continued. “Looking forward to coming back.”
Pardi also posted a few mountain-view pictures from his show at the Western Idaho Fair in Boise on Friday. That concert broke the stadium’s all-time attendance record with 16,000 people.
Jon Pardi’s is stopping in the equally picturesque state of Oregon tomorrow. And according to vividseats, there are only four seats left!
Despite having to cancel three of his concerts in June, Jon Pardi has been celebrating a lot of fame in recent months. He’s been on the road with his wife, Summer, and he’s played quite a few sold-out shows. He also headlined with Brooks and Dunn at the Music City Grand Prix in Nashville on August 7th. The event was the city’s first time hosting an IndyCar circuit. The race was so successful that it snagged the highest TV ratings for an IndyCar event in 23 years.
Jon Pardi on Metallica’s Blacklist
Jon Pardi is celebrating more than just packed concerts this summer. The CMA winner was also invited to cover Wherever I May Roam on the much anticipated Metallica’s Blacklist album.
Other country stars such as Chris Stapleton, Darius Rucker, and Jason Isbell will join him on the album that pays homage to Metallica’s 1991 The Black Album. Though, country stars aren’t the only singers on the list. 53 artists from every genre can be heard when the album drops on September 10th.
However, you don’t have to wait until next month to hear Pardi belt the rock song. In July, He posted a video of the cover on YouTube.
Jon Pardi does an amazing job blending 90s grunge rock with his country twang. Wherever I May Roam wasn’t the only time he jumped out of his genre either. In March of 2016, he sang You Shook Me All Night Long while on tour.