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Jake Owen

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Joshua Ryan “Jake” Owen (born August 28, 1981 in Vero Beach, Florida) is a Grammy-Award nominated American country music artist. Signed to RCA Records Nashville in 2005, Owen released his debut album Startin’ with Me that year. This album produced three singles (“Yee Haw”, “Startin’ with Me” and “Something About a Woman”), all of which reached Top 20 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. A second album, 2009’s Easy Does It, has accounted for three more singles in the #2 “Don’t Think I Can’t Love You”, “Eight Second Ride” and “Tell Me.” Owen has also toured as an opening act for several country acts, including Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, Little Big Town and Sugarland.
Joshua Ryan Owen and his fraternal twin brother Jarrod were born in Vero Beach, Florida on August 28, 1981.Both brothers regularly participated in a variety of sports. Jake eventually took up golf, and began pursuing a career as a professional golfer, winning his first golf tournament at age fifteen.After graduating high school, both Owen brothers attended Florida State University, a waterskiing accident which resulted in reconstructive surgery left him unable to continue playing the sport.
While recovering from his injuries, he borrowed a neighbor’s guitar and began to teach himself how to play it.

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