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Chris Janson is an American singer-songwriter. Chris is married to his girlfriend, a vocalist since 2010. He has four children from his wife, Kelly Lynn.

Relationship Facts of Chris Janson

Chris Janson is married to Kelly Lynn {Compare Couple}.
He is father of Four(Jesse Bo Janson, Georgia Janson).
Chris Janson is not having an affair with anyone presently.
His sexual orientation is straight.

What is the relationship of Chris Janson?

Chris Janson is a married man he is married to Kelly Lynn. He first saw her nine years ago and started to like her. They got married at 2010. The couple looks good together and it seems they are made for each other.

They have four children out of them two are from Kelly previous husband.

As a sign of their love, they have a daughter and one baby boy, Jesse Bo Janson and Georgia Janson respectively. They are enjoying their love life and are spending a good quality life.

Who is Chris Janson?

Chris Janson is an American singer as well as a songwriter. He is known for his full-length album to Buy Me a Boat, through Warner Bros. He is the one who wrote singles for Tim McGraw among others and he has also played harmonica for Lee Brice.

When did Chris Janson born?

Talking about the early life he was born on April 2, 1986. He experienced his childhood in Perryville, Missouri, US. His family was from Nashville, Tennessee.

He is an American and his ethnicity is Caucasian.

He has not explained his past days and his education history in detail. He usually stays away from social media as well as he does not share his early life and childhood briefly.

Chris Janson: Career, Salary, Net worth

Chris Janson gave a start to his career when he wrote and recorded duets with Holly Williams in June 2009. In 2009, he joined BNA Records. In April 2010, he released his debut single called ‘Til a Woman Comes Along’.

On the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, it was ranked 56th place on May 1, 2010. Tim Mc Graw‘s single ‘Truck Yeah’ which was released in 2012 was also co-written by him.

He also has written Justin Moore’s 2013 album called Off the Beaten Path. He has worked with many other celebrities like  Hank Williams Jr., Frankie Ballard, Tim McGraw, Randy Houser, Craig Campbell, Parmalee, Jerrod Niemann, Joe Nichols, Tyler Farr,  JB and the LoCash, and Moonshine Band.

Chris Janson then wrote a song with his wife which was produced by Keith Stegall and Pat Bunch. In mid-2013, his single ‘Better I Don’t’ peak at number 40.

In 2014, his second single ‘Cut Me Some Slack,’ peaked at number 60. He finally released his self-single ‘Buy Me a Boat’ in 2015. His self-single was on the chart as 33rd on Hot Country Songs.

In the country Airplay’s ‘Buy Me a Boat’ was ranked in 3rd place and 1st place on Mediabase. In 2015, he co-wrote LoCash’s ‘I Love This Life.’

The latest song ‘number 7’ was also written by Janson in 2016.

Chris Janson has given many stage performances but one of the best was when he performed on the third day of the 2016 Republican National Convention. As of 2022, he has a net worth of $3 million but his salary is not revealed.

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Caption: Chris Janson with his wife (Source: Taste of Country )

Chris Janson: Rumors, Controversy/Scandal

Talking about the rumors and controversy, there was a rumor that Chris has a new boat, and later on, it was found to be true. Besides this, he has not been in any controversy yet.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Body Size

Moving towards his body measurements, he has a height of 6 feet and his body weight is 73 kg. He has light brown hair and blue eyes.

Is Chris Janson active on social media?

Chris Janson is active on various sorts of social media like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. He has around 311k followers on Facebook, he has more than 455k followers on Instagram, and more than 105.5k followers on Twitter.

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