Anybody in radio who’s a fan of Jerrod Niemann – which is to say, a lot of you – know of the love story which united him and his wife, Morgan. With his new single, “God Made A Woman,” Niemann has written a beautiful, lush ode to Morgan, crediting her with coming to his rescue, while thanking God for sending her, explaining: “Never gave Him a reason to bless me at all / And I still can't believe that an angel would fall / For a guy like me, guess He sees who needs saving / Every night I hit my knees again, thanking the Lord she's a lot like Him / She loves me with a grace that's truly amazing.” It’s not the first time she’s been an inspiration for Niemann. The excellent “What Do You Want From Me,” off his debut album, “Judge Jerrod And The Hung Jury,” was inspired by a phone call from Morgan after she’d moved to India. She ultimately came back into his life, and thankfully so. They soon married, and Niemann has brought us this powerful tune, which showcases his strong baritone and underrated singing skills. Kenny Rogers used to say of picking love songs that he looked for ones with messages women wanted to hear and that men wanted to say. With “God Made A Woman,” you can check off both boxes here.
Impacting: Monday, April 17th
By: RJ Curtis