Jelly Roll will be the focus of an ABC News documentary called Jelly Roll: Save Me, which tells the story of his journey of redemption in real time. In the piece, Jelly Roll addresses his struggles with mental health and addiction. “Jelly Roll: Save Me” begins streaming Tuesday, May 30th only on Hulu.
The 38-year-old singer was incarcerated as a teen and adult, and is now using the power of his platform to raise awareness and funds for at-risk youth across the country. In the documentary, Jelly Roll shares a behind-the-scenes look at how he balances life on tour with his philanthropic work, including visiting the juvenile detention facility where he was incarcerated multiple times to share his story and inspire positive change.
Jelly Roll's debut country album, Whitsitt Chapel, will be released on June 2nd.
He sits at Number 20 this week on the Mediabase/Country Aircheck chart with “Need A Favor.”