Chris Janson celebrated his third Number One hit, “Good Vibes,” with a party in Nashville on Tuesday (Jan. 21st). He was joined by his co-writers on the song, Zach Crowell and Ashley Gorley, and they were congratulated with video messages from the likes of Bass Pro Shops founder and CEO Johnny Morris, Kid Rock, Charles Esten, Dierks Bentley, and The Cadillac Three.

“Good Vibes” is the first single from Chris' latest album, Real Friends. He tells us the song was born out of negativity but has transformed his own and many others' lives. “I honestly just wrote it because I threw my hands up and said it during the co-write. I wasn't really thinking much more than that. I was just complaining about life and it was the first song that I ended up writing for the Real Friends album. It was one of the first songs I wrote last year. I was just getting back in the swing of things and, yeah, it's changed a lot of lives. It changed my life, actually. It's a great reminder that you have to walk it exactly like you talk it and it's not so easy to do so I had to re-learn to do that. It's pretty great.”

Chris is currently on the road for his headlining Real Friends Tour which runs through March. Fans can catch him this weekend in Biloxi, MS and Paducah, KY.

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