Rapper-turned-country singer Jelly Roll just announced his biggest tour yet and on the list of cities he’ll be stopping at is El Paso, Texas!!


I became a fan of Jelly Roll after I stumbled on his Hulu documentary, “Save Me.” The documentary shows a side to him that I did not expect at all!

On the outside you see this tough guy with face tattoos but within only minutes of watching the documentary you’re introduced to a big teddy bear of a man! A man who lived a rough life that included drugs, crime, deaths, arrests, and more.

The documentary is a way for Jelly Roll to show how he was able to turn his life around not only for himself but for his daughter. And the best part, he did it with the help and support of his beautiful wife, Bunnie.

I fell in love with his life story and bought his album "Whitsitt Chapel" on vinyl and his lyrics meant even more to me because I knew the story behind every song and every lyric. I was instantly obsessed with Jelly Roll as an artist!

He sings about his mistakes, his challenges, his losses, and his wins. So, when I heard the news that he would be bringing his music to El Paso you better believe I started jumping with joy!

Jelly Roll announced on social media that he would be embarking on what he says is the biggest tour of his life!

The “Beautifully Broken” tour is set to kick off on August 27th in Salt Lake City, Utah. Jelly Roll will make his way to the Don Haskins Center on September 9th. San Antonio, Texas seems to be the only other Texas city on the list.

Jelly Roll will be accompanied by his talented friends Warren Zeiders and Alexandra Kay.

The presale for tickets starts on February 27th at 10 am local time. Fans can sign up for the presale code at JellyRoll615.com.

General tickets will go on sale March 1st at 10 am local time.

You better believe I signed up for the presale code and I am going to manifest that I get to meet Jelly Roll and just give him a big hug because well, I love that man!! (Jelly Roll, if you see this, come on our morning show! K thanks.)

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