You may recognize Jet Jurgensmeyer from his role as Boyd Baxter on Fox’s Last Man Standing—playing Tim Allen’s grandson—but did you know that the 14-year-old had some pipes?
After releasing his previous singles, “A Lot More Love” in 2018 and “Real World,” co-written by Sabrina Carpenter, earlier this year, the young actor is at it again with his latest tune, “This is Your Moment,” an inspirational tune with a pop-country groove.
“I’m really proud of ‘This Is Your Moment,'” shares Jurgensmeyer. “The message of the song is so inspiring. I hope when people listen to this song they remember to chase their dreams and celebrate their success and the success of the people around them. We all deserve a moment to shine!”
The uplifting tune has Jurgensmeyer keeping things positive as he sings about taking advantage of your moment, simply because you deserve it.
“This is your moment / Own it / You gave it everything you had and now you’ve done it / You’ve won it / No one can ever take it back from you / So live it up / Soak it in / Spread your wings and ride the wind / You’ve earned it / You deserve it / We all know it / This is your moment,” he sings in the chorus.
In the newly released video, Jet is front and center as he stands on stage, belting out the song. Interspersed with his performance are scenes of youngsters rejoicing in their accomplishments while Jet makes the climb to the top of a mountain top. The video is sure to inspire kids and adults alike as they set their sights on future goals.
Although Jurgensmeyer splits his time between California and Nashville, the actor/singer was born and raised in Nashville, where he began performing at the age of 3 at a live music and dinner show restaurant owned by his parents. It’s easy to see that performing is in his blood.
Check out Jet’s new video for “This is Your Moment.”
Jet’s Upcoming Tour Dates: *for more information including ticket sales click here
5-24 – Lake Ozark, Mo.
5-25 – Lake Ozark, Mo.
6-5 – Nashville, Tenn.
6-18 – Dayton, Ohio
6-28 – Lake Ozark, Mo.
6-29 – Lake Ozark, Mo.
7-2 – Milwaukee, Wis. – performing at Children’s Fest at Summerfest
7-26 Seymour, Wis. – opening for Gretchen Wilson at the Outagamie County Fair