Watch Chris Janson “Fix a Drink” for Pals Luke Bryan, Dustin Lynch, Michael Ray & More in New Video

Watch Chris Janson “Fix a Drink” for Pals Luke Bryan, Dustin Lynch, Michael Ray & More in New Video

Chris Janson’s new video for his current single, “Fix a Drink,” keeps the party flowing with friends Luke Bryan, Michael Ray, Dustin Lynch and Chris Lucas of LOCASH.

“I wanted to be a part of something with my co-writers that made people feel good,” says Chris to Nash Country Daily. “Everyone knows that I’m not an alcohol drinker anymore, but what a lot of people don’t know is I love the whole mixology subculture. You grow a big Civil War beard and you learn how to mix a cool drink. If I could grow a beard like that, believe me, I’d be a mixologist, 100 percent. I can fix a drink, and my drink of choice is a cold can of Mountain Dew, but I can fix all kinds of drinks. I’ve done it for years. And then when the song idea for ‘Fix a Drink’ came together, it felt like a no-brainer. It just works. You can be drinking a Hi-C or a Jack and Coke and it doesn’t matter. It’s a fun, feel-good song for the summer.”

The new tune, which Chris co-wrote with Chris DuBois and Ashley Gorley, is the lead single from his upcoming album, which he plans to release this summer. “Fix a Drink” hits country radio today (May 22).

Whether your preference is a cold beer, a shot of tequila or something a little fruity, it makes no nevermind. Sit back, relax and watch Chris fix a drink in his new video.

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