Words matter. These are the best Jana Kramer Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I have an amazing family. I was raised in a wonderful mid-west family.
I have to thank country radio for believing in me.
I think I have a good head on my shoulders.
I’m from Michigan, but I’m just as country as anyone else. Maybe I don’t have the speaking voice of most country singers, but it is what I love. It’s how I’ve always sung, and it’s what I grew up on.
I’ve always had a niche for entertaining since I was a little girl.
I would love to do a duet with Tim McGraw. I think that would be fun.
Hockey is my favorite because I’m from Michigan. I used to figure-skate and root for the Red Wings.
I never want to be too mean with my songs, but with ‘I Hope It Rains’ it was definitely somewhere in the middle with being sassy but also a little class in there as well. It was a good blend for me and who I want to be perceived as an artist.
The coolest thing, too, is that people that have never even seen ‘One Tree Hill’ tell me, ‘I love your music.’ And I’m like, ‘Oh, do you watch the show?’ And they say ‘No.’ And to me that’s even cooler because that means I’m actually starting to get country fans.
My mom wanted to be a country singer, too, so country was always being played. And my girlfriends and I used to go to concerts, like Brad Paisley, in middle school and high school.
There’s no doubt in my mind that I wouldn’t be in the position that I am if I didn’t have my ‘One Tree Hill’ fans. They’re the most dedicated, devoted fans. They’re behind you no matter what. If one person says one bad thing about me on Twitter, they’re fighting back!
I love sports. So if I was like a sports anchor or something like that. I would love to do that.
I was five years old, onstage singing ‘Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star’ – a rock version – and I was always wanting to entertain. But the biggest thing for me is just country music has helped me get through the worst times of my life and the best times of my life. I want to give that back to people.
I’ll never sing something that I’ve never been through. So even if I didn’t write it, I have to have at least experienced it.
People were always asking me who I wanted to tour with, and I always said Jason Aldean or Brad Paisley.