Jon Pardi will head to this year’s ACM Awards in Las Vegas with not one, but two Album of the Year nods — as both artist and co-producer — for his 2019 project, Heartache Medication. Leading up to the ACMs, though, Jon and his latest album continue to rake in accolades and pass milestones.
This week, the singer received a surprise plaque in honor of Heartache Medication earning 10 million digital single certifications and moving one million album units.
That’s the latest in a series of impressive feats Jon has accomplished with Heartache Medication since dropping it in September of 2019. The album’s lead single and title track hit #1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart last month, and the singer is currently gearing up to send a follow-up single, “Ain’t Always the Cowboy,” to radio on March 16. Meanwhile, he’s featured on Thomas Rhett’s top-fifteen single, “Beer Can’t Fix.”
Jon’s personal life is shaping up to be just as exciting in 2020. He’s planning to wed longtime girlfriend Summer Duncan in Montana this May.
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