See Chris Janson's Sweaty New Song 'Everybody' From Nashville Concert

"Buy Me a Boat" singer is the focus of a new Audience Network special premiering March 24th

Chris Janson performs the new song "Everybody" at the Stage in downtown Nashville.

"Nobody wants to make love no more, everybody just wants to get laid!" With that PG-13 punchline, Chris Janson launches into the singalong chorus of "Everybody," a new song that will presumably appear on the singer's follow-up to his 2015 debut album, Buy Me a Boat.

Filmed as part of an Audience Network concert special last Halloween that premieres March 24th, the song's live performance finds a sweaty, smiling Janson debuting the song at the Stage, a cozy honky-tonk in downtown Nashville. Backed by four-piece band ­­– including nimble South Carolina guitarist Chalmers Croft – Janson keeps things limber and lighthearted, crisscrossing the stage throughout the song and miming the song's lyrics.

"'Everybody' is a song for everybody," explains Janson, who hits the road with Sam Hunt this summer on Hunt's 15 in a 30 Tour. "These lyrics are timely for the world we live in. I wrote it with a big smile on my face, and it's my hope that people smile and laugh when they hear it, too. I love this song. It's a true story."

With a new album on the horizon, Janson has been tossing more unfamiliar songs into his nightly set lists. On Tuesday night, he premiered the new anthem "Our World" during a performance on the Grand Ole Opry, the centerpiece of a riveting three-song set that included the Number One "Buy Me a Boat" and the Chuck Berry rave-up "The Redneck Life."

Janson's Audience Network special airs Friday at 9:00 p.m./ET on DirecTV and U-verse (DirecTV Ch 239/U-Verse Ch 1114), and DirecTVnow.