99 fans have purchased tickets today to Jana Kramer concerts.
|Event||Date & Location|
|Off The Rails Country Music Festival - Weekend Pass||
Frisco, TX , Saturday
|Off The Rails Country Music Festival: Eric Church & Sam Hunt||
Frisco, TX , Sunday
|Stagecoach Festival - 3 Day Pass||
Empire Polo Field
Indio, CA , Friday
|2016 Taste of Country Music Festival - 3 Day Pass||
Hunter Mountain Resort
Hunter, NY , Friday
|Windy City LakeShake Festival: Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum & Tim McGraw - 3 Day Pass||
FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
Chicago, IL , Friday
Golden Nugget - Lake Charles
Lake Charles, LA , Friday
Jana Kramer (born December 2, 1983) is an American country music singer and actress, hailing from Detroit, Michigan, in the U.S.
Prior to becoming known for her talents as a country music singer, Kramer’s excursions into show business began with her acting debut in the low-budget independent horror film “Dead/Undead”. She subsequently appeared in the TV shows “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, and “Private Practice” before earning her big break in the CW drama television series “One Tree Hill”.
After leaving the show to focus on her music career, in February 2011, Kramer signed with Elektra Records who issued her first promotional single “I Won’t Give Up”. The single premiered on “One Tree Hill”, was released exclusively on iTunes and Amazon, and peaked at No. 75 on the U.S Billboard Hot 100. Kramer’s subsequent single “Whiskey”, also premiered on “One Tree Hill” and reached No. 99 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.
In 2012 Kramer was cast as the protagonist in the independent film drama “Heart of the Country” and released her official debut single “Why Ya Wanna”, which peaked at No. 52 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Jana Kramer’s self-titled debut album was issued on June 5, 2012, produced by Scott Hendricks. The album earned positive reviews from country music critics and later spawned the single “I Hope It Rains” in 2013. The singer subsequently won an ACM Award for Top New Female Artist in 2013 and released the single “Love” in 2014, which reached No. 37 on the U.S. Country Music Hot 100 and earned a music video directed by Ryan Lassan.