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Who is ready for the Dancehalls and Honky Tonks?.. We are! 

Jesse Raub Jr. and the Known Associates are releasing music again following "I'd Look Good On You"-- the second #1 single from forthcoming studio EP Real Simple Country Vol. 1. 

Jesse Raub Jr - A workingman's storyteller and a star rising! Rocking the traditional Texas Country sounds and merging them with Southern Truth. Somewhere between Jon Pardi and Luke Combs, mixing the rocking 90's sounds of Hank and Garth to create an entertaining high energy show every night. Jesse delivers an event that keeps the crowd on their feet and moving. 

Following up #1 single, “Good Times”, Jesse Raub Jr. released his latest single, "I'd Look Good On You". Penned by multiple country music hitmakers, Jesse Raub Jr., Triston Marez, Jake Worthington, and Aaron Copeland, "I'd Look Good On You" is one of the stand-out tracks on Real Simple Country. This track begs you to reach out and touch someone. This single says what all the boys are thinking. Girl, I'd Look Good On You, Let's get on the floor and I'll prove it..

 

 

 

In 2014, he scored his first #1 on Texas Radio as a co-writer on CODY Johnson’s “Dance Her Home”. He has a sting of six #1 recordings of his own chart in the Texas Regional Radio: 2017's #1 "She'll Put The Hurt On You", 2018's #1 "Mistakes", and #1 "Sittin' Here", 2019's #1 "Touch the Water" and the 2020 #1 singles "Good Times"  and  "I'd Look Good On You" from the soon to be released Studio EP "Real Simple Country Vol. 1".

 

“I am beyond blessed and enjoy what I do. I honestly share parts of myself on that stage every night in the songs that I write and sing. To see the connections in the eyes of my amazing fans is really an indescribable feeling. It's like they lived what I lived, and we shared that kind of moment.”

-Jesse Raub Jr

A blue collar Texan born in Houston, Texas and hailing from Magnolia, Texas. Jesse's country working class roots help him capture his love for family, friends and growing up Country with them.  As the frontman of his own band, Jesse has spent the last 10 years traveling throughout the great state of Texas.  His unique voice and true country twang continue to captivate his audiences. 


Jesse appeared on Cody Johnson’s 2011 critically acclaimed album “A Different Day” as a co-writer for the hit “The Way She Loves Me.” In 2014, he scored his first #1 on Texas Radio as a co-writer on Johnson’s “Dance Her Home”. He has also had ten(10) recordings of his own chart in the top 50 of the Texas Music Chart and the Texas Radio Report: “Blame It On The Music”, “Bad Intentions”, "Good Man Go Wrong", "Plead the Fifth", "She Can Forgive" and 2017's #1 "She'll Put The Hurt On You", 2018's #1 "Mistakes", and #1 "Sittin' Here" 2019's #1 "Touch the Water", 2020 #1 singles "Good Times" and "I'd Look Good On You' from the soon to be released studio EP "Real Simple Country Vol. 1" .

 

Yeah, it's been a long road already. 

 

Jesse released 2013's Blame It On The Music, gaining fans and friends in the right places.  Sittin' Here was released in 2016 and has delivered 4 Texas Regional Radio #1's and a signature song "Touch the Water" released in January of 2019 and two more #1's in 2020. 

 

Jesse has enjoyed the opportunity to share the stage with some of Texas’s biggest country stars like Lee Ann Womack, Cody Johnson, Kevin Fowler, Roger Creager, Stoney Larue, and many more.
 

 

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Working Man's Woman released

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2022 Finalist for Texas Country Music Awards

Jesse Raub was nomitated for "Best emerging artist" for the Texas Country Music Awards.

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Striving to offer “boots on the ground” assistance to military persons and first responders and working to create solutions to common transitional and situational issues for community heroes. Jesse Raub Jr. is scheduled to play at the Patriots of Texas Fest September 17th of 2022 for a second time.

 

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