Eric Paslay Blowing Up “Friday Night”

Featured in Country Weekly and on ABC's Nightline and ESPN2's College Football Friday Primetime.

“Friday Night” just got a little brighter for Eric Paslay.

The country singer, who may be best know for writing Jake Owen’s first No. 1 hit, “Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” and Eli Young Band’s “Even If It Breaks Your Heart,” is having his turn in the spotlight.

Eric will be featured tonight on ABC’s Nightline. The popular show shadowed him for a “day in the life” segment focusing on what it takes to be the next big country music star. (Look for Eric on the set of a Country Weekly photo shoot during this segment.)

In addition, ESPN2 has picked up his new hit single, “Friday Night,” for their weekly Friday Night College Football Primetime broadcasts.

And the fun doesn’t stop there for this hit singer/songwriter. Eric is featured in Country Weekly's fall fashion special section. Just pick up the Sept. 30 issue of Country Weekly, on stands now, to see more of this tall—really tall—and handsome up-and-comer faired in our fall fashion photo shoot.

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