Country music’s chart-topping vocalist Jake Owen releases his aptly-titled new single “Days of Gold” to Country radio today (8/13). The vivacious song earned the elite rank of the #1 most added across country radio nationwide with an impressive 71 stations already on board, marking Jake’s biggest first week of his career.

Co-written by Jaren Johnston and Neil Mason, “Days of Gold” is a vibrant anthem for the good times-- the days we spend with family, friends, living life to the fullest. As revealed on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last week, the song is the lead single from Jake’s album DAYS OF GOLD to be released on 12/3 via RCA Nashville.

Produced by Joey Moi, the highly-anticipated album is poised to follow the success of Jake’s BAREFOOT BLUE JEAN NIGHT project, which delivered four consecutive #1 singles with the multi-week smashes the DOUBLE PLATINUM “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” and PLATINUM “Alone With You,” and the GOLD-certified hits “The One That Got Away” and “Anywhere With You.”

His electrifying live shows and captivating songs have landed him coveted opening slots with Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw and his first headlining tour, CMT ON TOUR JAKE OWEN: THE SUMMER NEVER ENDS 2012, which made CMT history for the most sold-out shows in a row for the annual nationwide tour. Currently, the American Country Awards Breakthrough Artist of the Year is touring with Jason Aldean's NIGHT TRAIN TOUR and was featured last night (8/12) on ABC’s CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock special.

The Vero Beach, FL, native first captured the national spotlight with his hits “Startin’ with Me,” “Don’t Think I Can’t Love You” and “Eight Second Ride.” The 2009 ACM Top New Male Vocalist’s revival of “Life in a Northern Town” with Sugarland and Little Big Town in 2008 earned him Grammy and CMA Award nominations.

Jake’s “Days of Gold” is available now via this link: http://smarturl.it/itunesdaysofgold

Keep up with Jake at www.jakeowen.net, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jakeowen, and follow him on Twitter @jakeowen.