Texas-bred Country singer-songwriter Cody Jinks shares ‘Which One I Feed’: Listen

Photo: Courtesy of the artist
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Do you have that elder person in your familiar that warns you about your next move because they’ve had a similar experience, and they share the outcome with you? That’s the vibe Country singer Cody Jinks’ new record ‘Which One I Feed’ gives me. It’s interesting to think of, as Jinks recalls a time of singing to nearly-empty bars, and now, he can boast about having a fan club called the Flockers made up of over 21,000 members! In 2016, the singer-songwriter entered the Billboard Top Country Albums chart with ‘Lifers’ and claimed the #4 spot. Now, he’s telling us who he is, and how his ways have changed. Hopefully, they didn’t change too much. Listen to the track to hear the lessons from the Texas-bred musician below.


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  1. Great article, just one, small, correction. If you go to the Blacksheep (Flocker) Facebook page you will see that
    boast just north of 35,000 members.

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