Up All Night

Album: Write You a Song (2013)
Charted: 56


  • The second single released by Jon Pardi was written by the Country music artist with Bart Butler (Thomas Rhett's "Make Me Wanna") and Brett Beavers, who has produced and co-written many of Dierks Bentley's songs. Pardi opened for Bentley shortly after signing on with Capitol Records in 2010.
  • The video was directed by the Edde Brothers, who also shot the clip for Pardi's debut single, "Missin' You Crazy." It was filmed outside Nashville near Montgomery Bell State Park and includes the singer's friends as well as his dog, Cowboy.
  • The song finds Pardi singing about taking his girl in his truck down a dirt road. "I had the title lying around. I had the drum loop before they were standard issue in a Country song," he told Billboard magazine. "There's no deep thought in it. It's all fun."


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