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Atlantic/Warner NashvilleAshley McBryde’s current single, “Girl Goin’ Nowhere,” was inspired by a teacher in her native Arkansas who predicted her musical dreams would never happen.

Though it’s a story she often shares in concert, Ashley says her algebra teacher was far from the only naysayer she encountered.

“When I talk about that song,” she tells the Nashville Scene, “that educator is the easiest story to recall, but she wasn’t the only one. I had friends and family who did the same thing. I’d say, ‘I’m moving to Nashville to write songs,’ and they’d roll their eyes.”

“Before we wrote that song,” Ashley recalls, “[Co-writer] Jeremy Bussey and I told similar stories for 40 minutes. Even when I got to Nashville and had my first whack at a record contract, there was more resistance. They wanted me to follow the rules: lose 30 pounds, straighten my hair, do more pop, use tracks at my shows.”

“But I’m not that girl,” she explains. “I tried to do it, but I missed the mark.”

Ashley’s on the cover of the current issue of the Scene: She's been named 2018's Best New Act in the publication's 19th Annual Country Music Critics Poll.

Her album, also called Girl Going Nowhere, competes for Best Country Album at next month’s Grammys.

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Big LoudIf Jordan Davis and Chris Janson want to go “Down to the Honkytonk,” they could drive there in the new golf carts their former tour mate Jake Owen just gave them.

“Didn’t think [the] Life’s Whatcha Make It Tour’ this past summer could have been any better," Jordan tweeted, posting a photo of his new ride. “Then I get this as a gift from Jake Owen…Thank you so much buddy.”

Jake, of course, is an avid golfer who played in college before being sidelined by a wake-boarding injury. Jake gifted his other summer tour opener, Chris Janson, a golf cart too.

“On the road today,” Chris tweeted on Friday, “and get news that this is waiting in my driveway at home from Jake Owen.”

“Jake, dude, love ya big time,” he continued. “You’re a great friend, classy dude, and I had an excellent time on tour with you. Proud to call you my buddy. Thank you.”

Chris also included a picture of his new wheels, which come complete with camo accents.

"It’s my thanks for you spending your 2018 summer with us buddy!" Jake responded. "Glad ya dig it."

Chris is currently readying new music, as he plays dates in Minnesota and Iowa this weekend.

Meanwhile, Jordan is joining Old Dominion and Morgan Evans on the Make It Sweet tour as his second hit, “Take It from Me,” remains in the top ten. Jake’s latest single, “Down to the Honkytonk,” isn’t far behind.

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ABC/Image Group LAMartina McBride will headline this year's NFL Party with a Purpose before the Super Bowl next month in Atlanta.

The 28th annual event raises money for food banks all across the country. In its quarter-century history, the Party with a Purpose has provided 200 million meals to help feed the hungry.

You'll be able to sample food from 32 chefs and get pictures and autographs from more than 35 football legends, in addition to being able to attend a closing concert where Martina will sing some of her biggest hits.

You can get tickets for the Saturday, February 2 Party with a Purpose at Atlanta's Cobb Galleria Centre at TasteOfTheNFL.com.

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Country Music Hall of Fame and MuseumThe first new exhibit of 2019 at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will be a revamp of the Nashville attraction’s ongoing American Currents display.

American Currents: The Music of 2018 will feature significant artifacts from Jason AldeanBrothers OsborneKane BrownLuke CombsDan ShayFlorida Georgia LineMiranda LambertAshley McBrydeReba McEntireCarly PearcePistol AnniesChris StapletonCarrie UnderwoodKeith Urban and many more.

The exhibit is set to open Friday, March 8 and run through February 8 of next year.

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ABC RadioWe still don’t know when the much-anticipated third album from Old Dominion will be finished, but in the meantime, the CMA and ACM Vocal Group of the Year is giving fans a new track to tide them over. You can stream or download the song, “One Man Band,” now.

The romantic ballad takes OD into new territory, as it compares being alone to playing music all by yourself.

“‘One Man Band’ is the first true ‘love song’ we’ve ever released,” lead singer Matthew Ramsey points out. “One of the things we talk about the most in this band is how we can’t imagine being on this crazy ride alone. We have each other to celebrate the highs and get through the challenges with. It’s one of the best parts of being a BAND."

"Sure, you can make music alone," Matthew adds. "But if you find people you have a chemistry with, a whole new world opens up.”

“I think it’s the same with life and love,” he reflects. “You can go it alone. But sometimes there is another person out there that adds something to your ‘music’ that you would have never had on your own. That’s the show you want to take on the road. That’s what this song is about.”

“One Man Band” is one of the new songs you’ll hear as OD hits the road on their Make It Sweet Tour this weekend, stopping in Chicago and Bloomington, Illinois. They’re also playing the as-yet unreleased track “Smooth Sailing.”

You can check out the new video for “One Man Band” -- which was shot in the studio and during tour rehearsals -- on YouTube now.

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Warner Music Nashville Today, former rodeo cowboy and prison guard Cody Johnson releases his major label debut, Ain't Nothin' to It, as he simultaneously enjoys his first top-25 hit, "On My Way to You."

The Lone Star State native has already placed two independent albums in the top ten of Billboard's country albums chart, and become the only indie artist to ever sell out NRG Stadium during RodeoHouston.

Now, Johnson's forging ahead in a new partnership with Warner Nashville, without losing any of his authenticity.

"To see... that the independent music that I've spent ten years of my life crafting and honing with my fans on the road -- and really putting in the time and the real work -- to see that one of the largest labels in Nashville is gonna get behind it, and I'm not having to change anything, that speaks to where we're at at this day and time in country music," Cody tells ABC Radio.

"That the door is actually open for a traditional, cowboy-hat country artist to come in here," he adds.  "There's no formula to us, they're just behind us and we're getting to be exactly who I am -- and that's an amazing thing for a guy like me."

With a multi-million-dollar career already under his belt, Cody says conquering new horizons is just icing on the cake.

"You know, I was... perfectly happy," he says candidly. "This record was completely done before we merged with Warner Nashville. So if I'm Texas at that point, technically this is a Texas record."

Cody continues, "You know, I'm one of those guys that if it all went away tomorrow, I'd be so thankful. I've got a wife and two daughters that really mean more to me than any of this."  


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Comstock/Thinkstock Marty Stuart scored the biggest hit of his career so far in 1991 with this #2 duet with fellow "No Hat Act" Travis Tritt. Can you name it? ANSWER: "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'."

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ABC/Image Group LALuke BryanCole Swindell and newcomer Jon Langston teased it on their socials Thursday morning with a picture, and now it’s official: Luke, Cole, and Jon will head out on the Sunset Repeat Tour in 2019.

The trek officially kicks off May 31 in Philadelphia, after Luke wraps the second season of American Idolon ABC.  The show premieres Sunday, March 3.

The tour takes its name from Luke’s most recent #1, “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset.”

Here’s a look at the complete itinerary for Luke Bryan’s Sunset Repeat Tour, with info about when tickets go on sale still to come:

5/31 -- Philadelphia, PA, BB&T Pavilion
6/1 -- Bristow, VA, Jiffy Lube Live
6/2 -- Charlotte, NC, PNC Music Pavilion
6/6 -- Hershey, PA, HersheyPark Stadium
6/7 -- Burgettstown, PA, Keybank Pavilion
6/8 -- Cincinnati, OH, Riverbend Music Center
6/13 -- Phoenix, AZ, Ak-Chin Pavilion
6/14 -- Albuquerque, NM, Isleta Amphitheater
7/11 -- Saratoga Springs, NY, Saratoga Performing Arts Center
7/13 -- Wantagh, NY, Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
7/19, 20  -- Orange Beach, AL, The Wharf Amphitheater
7/21 -- Brandon, MS, Brandon Amphitheater
7/25 -- Birmingham, AL, Brandon Amphitheatre
7/26 -- Atlanta, GA, Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood
8/17 -- St. Louis, MO, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
8/18 -- Indianapolis, IN, Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
8/22 -- Fresno, CA, Save Mart Center
8/23 -- Sacramento, CA, Toyota Amphitheatre
8/24 -- Mountain View, CA, Shoreline Ampitheater
9/5 -- Toronto, ON, Budweiser Stage
9/7 -- Holmdel, NJ, PNC Bank Arts Center
9/8 -- Virginia Beach, VA, Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach
9/12 -- Bethel, NY, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
9/14 -- Cleveland, OH, Blossom Music Center
10/12 -- Raleigh, NC, Coastal Credit Union Music Park

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ABC/Image Group LAIf you want to hear all your Eric Church favorites on his Double Down Tour, you'll need to plan to go to both of his shows in your town.

For his 2019 trek, Eric's repeating what he did two years ago: foregoing an opening act in favor of playing a longer show himself. The tour's name hints at this year's noticeable difference: Eric's playing two nights in each city, and he's not planning on much duplication between the two concerts.

"Some people may be surprised to learn that there’s only about five songs from our back catalog that are gonna be [performed on] both nights," the North Carolina native reveals. "I’m going to play most of the Desperate Man album over the two nights, probably six a night for those."

"We’re gonna play ‘Smoke a Little Smoke’ one night," he continues, "but you won’t get it the next. You’re gonna get ‘Drink in My Hand’ the next, but you won’t get it the first one."

Eric's first stop on tour is Friday night in Omaha, Nebraska.

"We’re gonna make this a little bit where there’ll be those [recognizable] songs in there, but they won’t be both nights unless you go to both nights," he explains. "It’s just the way we’re gonna do it."

"I think our catalog will let us do it," Eric adds. "If you come, you’re gonna hear ‘Sinners Like Me’ one night, but not both nights. And I think that it’ll make it interesting for the people that are coming, and it’ll make the show fun for us."

The only city where Eric isn't playing two nights is Nashville. Instead, he'll do a May 25 stadium date at the home of the Tennessee Titans.

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Burke/Triolo Productions/Thinkstock Vince GillRicky SkaggsMarty Stuart and more will help bluegrass legend Del McCoury celebrate his 80th birthday on Wednesday, February 13 at a special "Grand Del Opry" show at the Opry House in Nashville.

"Rock On" hitmaker Tucker Beathard will launch his 2019 Ride On Tour February 22 at Coyote Joe's in Charlotte, North Carolina.

You can check out Maddie & Tae's acoustic take on their hit "Friends Don't" in a new YouTube video.

Michael Ray performs his latest hit "One That Got Away," in a behind-the-scenes video of his tour rehearsals posted on Instagram. The Florida native kicked off the 2019 trek Thursday night in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

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CMAThomas RhettFlorida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard, and Luke Combs have all managed to score a Triple Play in the last twelve months.

Every year, the Country Music Association presents the Triple Play Award to songwriters who’ve managed to pen three #1 hits over the course of a twelve-month period.

“Unforgettable,” “Marry Me,” and “Life Changes,” are TR’s latest chart toppers, while Tyler wrote FGL’s “Meant to Be” and “Simple,” as well as Jason Aldean’s “You Make It Easy.”

Luke, meanwhile, composed his hits “Hurricane,” “When It Rains It Pours,” and “One Number Away.” He’ll also play a special edition of the CMA Songwriters Series on Tuesday, February 19 at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works.

Fellow honorees Nicolle GalyonAshley GorleyJosh KearChase McGill, and Josh Osborne will join him. They’ll be celebrated, along with songwriters Jesse Frasure and Shane McAnally, at a luncheon that same day.

Tickets to the February 19 show are available now at CMASongwritersSeries.com.

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ABC/Image Group LASince hosting the November 14 CMA Awards, Carrie Underwood's been laying low as she awaits the arrival of her second son.

But one day after the CMA Awards, she was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. Just this week, Carrie posted her acceptance speech on her official YouTube channel

In front of a packed ballroom, the "Love Wins" hitmaker reveals she's much more nervous that she was hosting the previous night's CMAs, and goes on to say how proud she is to be from the Sooner State.

She also recalls how she always envisioned being a "famous country music singer" and thanks her fellow Okies who kept that dream alive.

"The only reason, in my head, as a child, that something that big and that grand and that amazing was possible," she told the crowd, "was because I had seen other people do it that were from places just like where I grew up."

"I saw Reba [McEntire]," she continued, "I saw Garth [Brooks], I saw Vince [Gill], I saw Toby [Keith], I saw Bryan White."

"And I'm sorry, honey," she said, addressing her husband Mike Fisher in the audience, "but when I was growing up, I was pretty sure I was gonna marry that guy," referring to Bryan.

In fact, it was '90s hitmaker White -- a fellow member of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame -- who actually inducted her.

You can check out Carrie's full speech on YouTube now. Meanwhile, the watch continues for baby #2, who's expected well before Carrie kicks off her Cry Pretty 360 Tour in May. 

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ABC/Image Group LALast week at his #1 party for “Drowns the Whiskey,” Jason Aldean revealed things were getting just a little bit stressful on the homefront: He’d just sold his house, had ten days to move, and the new one he’s building isn’t ready yet.

But unfortunately, the stress continues. His wife Brittany is expecting their daughter next month, and Wednesday night, she gave the couple’s followers an update on Instagram.

“Here’s a pic of us visiting our new house today and needless to say we are excited,” she shared, along with a photo with Jason at the construction site.

“So many questions about it all... so here we go!” she continued. “This is our dream home which we decided to build about a year ago. It will be WAY more kid friendly (room placement, etc) It’ll be done next year and we are in a temporary home until then…”

“We are excited for what the future holds as far as a home goes....” Brittany closed, “but for now, we are focusing on having baby number 2. Little Navy baby... you can come out anytime bc mommy is READY.”

Jason and Brittany plan to name their daughter Navy Rome. She'll join their one-year-old Memphis and Jason’s two older daughters, Keeley and Kendyl, in the Aldean family. So far, the couple hasn’t revealed exactly when in February she's expected to arrive.

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ABC/Image Group LALuke BryanCole Swindell, and Jon Langston are up to something.

First thing Thursday morning, the three simultaneously shared the same photo on their socials: A clean-shaven Luke stands in front with eyebrows raised, as a smiling Cole and Jon both peak out from behind him.

Luke has strong connections to both artists: He and Cole met through their alma mater, Georgia Southern, while Jon records for Luke’s new Universal imprint.

So far, we don’t know Luke’s touring plans for 2019, except for his fair and festival dates -- and the same is true for Cole. Jon, the newcomer in the group, is currently on his Prob’ly at a Bar Tour.

Next up, Jon plays Luke’s first Crash My Playa show next Wednesday in Riviera Maya, Mexico. Stay tuned to see what follows.

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Courtesy of The Recording AcademyDan Shay and Kacey Musgraves are included in the first round of performers announced for this year's Grammys.

They'll take the stage next month at L.A.'s Staples Center, along with fellow nominees Camila CabelloCardi BPost MaloneShawn Mendes, and Janelle Monae.

Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney grabbed their first-ever Grammy nomination this year for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for "Tequila."

Kacey could take home four trophies: She's up for the all-genre Album of the Year and Country Album for Golden Hour, as well as Best Country Solo Performance for "Butterflies" and Best Country Song for "Space Cowboy." 

You can tune in for Music's Biggest Night on Sunday, February 10. Alicia Keys will host the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, which start at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. 

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Newcomer Tenille Townes starts the adventure of a lifetime Thursday, as she sets out on the Burning Man Tour with Dierks Bentley.

"He is so incredibly kind, and I cannot wait for the opportunity to get to know him more on this tour, and get to watch the culture that he really cultivates out on the road," say says of her new tour mate.

"I've heard so much about his family out there, and how they take care of everybody," Tenille continues. "And to get to have a front-row seat to watch how that's done, and to watch how his show works, and how he just brings everybody together in an arena -- I'm dying to see the show and just get to learn from that all year long."

The fact that Dierks' tour kicks off in Tenille's native Canada adds another layer of excitement.

"I get to go back to the Canadian homeland," Tenille says with a smile, "so we're starting on the East and working our way across."

"And I'm gonna get to go play the arenas in Edmonton and Calgary that my family and I used to drive five or eight hours to to go see concerts as a little kid," she adds. "So that's gonna be a pretty crazy moment, and so cool to get to share that with my Canadian family up there."

So far, the most time Tenille's spent with Dierks and fellow opener Jon Pardi was when they shot a comical ice skating video to promote the trek. 

"I'll just say that was a really wonderful way to break the ice for all of us," she laughs. 

Tonight, Dierks, Tenille and Jon play Hamilton, Ontario, before continuing on to Ottawa and Oshawa on Friday and Saturday.

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Comstock/Thinkstock Nineteen years ago this week, Ricky Skaggs invited this two-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year to join the Grand Ole Opry. Can you name the lifestyle maven whose latest album is a collection of Frank Sinatra covers? ANSWER: Trisha Yearwood.

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Jamie NelsonMaren Morris is setting out to prove that girls rule the globe this year, as she kicks off her Girl: The World Tour.

The tour, which will take Maren to more than 40 U.S. and international tour stops, kicks off March 9 in Chicago, IL.  Cassadee Pope and RaeLynn will switch off as opening acts. Tickets go on sale to the general public January 22 at 10 a.m. local time.

Maren's new single "Girl" gets its official release later today, when it premieres across the nation's country radio stations at 5 p.m. ET.  Following the song's first play, it'll be made available to stream and download.

Maren's fan club pre-sales for all the dates will start at 10 a.m. local time on Friday, January 18.   Citi card members will also be able to purchase tickets starting on Friday.

Prior to the tour kickoff, Maren will perform February 1 in Riviera Maya, Mexico, as part of singer/songwriter Brandi Carlile's Girls Just Wanna Weekend.  And on February 15, she'll be in the Cayman Islands as part of the KAABOO Festival lineup.

The tour will encompass North America, Europe and Australia and New Zealand, as well as a number of major festivals.  It wraps up Down Under in August.

Here are the North American tour dates:

3/9 -- Chicago, IL, Riviera Theatre
3/13 -- Nashville, TN, Ryman Auditorium
3/15 -- Kansas City, MO, Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
3/16 -- Oklahoma City, OK, The Criterion
3/18 -- Denver, CO, Fillmore Auditorium
3/19 -- Salt Lake City, UT, The Union
3/21 -- Portland, OR, Crystal Ballroom
3/23 -- Seattle, WA, Showbox SoDo
3/26 -- San Francisco, CA,  The Masonic
3/28 -- Anaheim, CA, House of Blues Anaheim
3/30 -- Los Angeles, CA, The Wiltern
4/11 -- Atlanta, GA, Coca-Cola Roxy*
4/12-14 -- Fort Lauderdale, FL, Tortuga Festival
4/18 -- Houston, TX, Revention Music Center*
4/19 -- Dallas, TX, Bomb Factory*
4/20 -- New Braunfels, TX, Whitewater Amphitheatre*
4/25 -- Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE*
4/26 -- Philadelphia, PA, The Fillmore*
4/27 -- Boston, MA, House of Blues - Boston*
5/2 -- Washington, DC, Anthem*
5/3 -- Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn Steel*
5/4 -- New York, NY, Terminal 5*
5/9 -- Saint Louis, MO, The Pageant*
5/10 -- Indianapolis, IN, Egyptian Room at Old National Centre*
5/11 -- Detroit, MI, The Fillmore Detroit*
6/15 -- Manchester, TN, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival       
6/21 -- Chicago, IL, LakeShake Festival
7/19 -- Brooklyn, MI, Faster Horses           
7/20 -- Eau Claire, WI, Country Jam USA
8/2 --  Merritt, BC, Merritt Rockin' River Festival
8/3 --  Duncan, BC, Sunfest Country
8/8-11 -- Oro, ON, Boots and Hearts Music Festival

Denotes Cassadee Pope as opener
*Denotes RaeLynn as opener

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Maren Morris is setting out to prove that girls rule the globe this year, as she kicks off her Girl: The World Tour.

The tour, which will take Maren to more than 40 U.S. and international tour stops, kicks off March 9 in Chicago, IL.  Cassadee Pope and RaeLynn will switch off as opening acts. Tickets go on sale to the general public January 22 at 10 a.m. local time.

Maren's new single "Girl" gets its official release later today, when it premieres across the nation's country radio stations at 5 p.m. ET.  Following the song's first play, it'll be made available to stream and download.

Maren's fan club pre-sales for all the dates will start at 10 a.m. local time on Friday, January 18.   Citi card members will also be able to purchase tickets starting on Friday.

Prior to the tour kickoff, Maren will perform February 1 in Riviera Maya, Mexico, as part of singer/songwriter Brandi Carlile's Girls Just Wanna Weekend.  And on February 15, she'll be in the Cayman Islands as part of the KAABOO Festival lineup.

The tour will encompass North America, Europe and Australia and New Zealand, as well as a number of major festivals.  It wraps up Down Under in August.

Here are the North American tour dates:

3/9 -- Chicago, IL, Riviera Theatre
3/13 -- Nashville, TN, Ryman Auditorium
3/15 -- Kansas City, MO, Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
3/16 -- Oklahoma City, OK, The Criterion
3/18 -- Denver, CO, Fillmore Auditorium
3/19 -- Salt Lake City, UT, The Union
3/21 -- Portland, OR, Crystal Ballroom
3/23 -- Seattle, WA, Showbox SoDo
3/26 -- San Francisco, CA,  The Masonic
3/28 -- Anaheim, CA, House of Blues Anaheim
3/30 -- Los Angeles, CA, The Wiltern
4/11 -- Atlanta, GA, Coca-Cola Roxy*
4/12-14 -- Fort Lauderdale, FL, Tortuga Festival
4/18 -- Houston, TX, Revention Music Center*
4/19 -- Dallas, TX, Bomb Factory*
4/20 -- New Braunfels, TX, Whitewater Amphitheatre*
4/25 -- Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE*
4/26 -- Philadelphia, PA, The Fillmore*
4/27 -- Boston, MA, House of Blues - Boston*
5/2 -- Washington, DC, Anthem*
5/3 -- Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn Steel*
5/4 -- New York, NY, Terminal 5*
5/9 -- Saint Louis, MO, The Pageant*
5/10 -- Indianapolis, IN, Egyptian Room at Old National Centre*
5/11 -- Detroit, MI, The Fillmore Detroit*
6/15 -- Manchester, TN, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival       
6/21 -- Chicago, IL, LakeShake Festival
7/19 -- Brooklyn, MI, Faster Horses           
7/20 -- Eau Claire, WI, Country Jam USA
8/2 --  Merritt, BC, Merritt Rockin' River Festival
8/3 --  Duncan, BC, Sunfest Country
8/8-11 -- Oro, ON, Boots and Hearts Music Festival

Denotes Cassadee Pope as opener
*Denotes RaeLynn as opener

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CurbTonight, Dylan Scott sets his Nothing to Do Town Tour in motion with a sold-out show at New York City's Gramercy Theatre.

He tell ABC Radio, "I'm bringing Seth Ennis along, who also is a co-writer on 'Hooked,' and a good buddy of mine."

"It's gonna be a lot of fun. I mean, I've done a headlining tour before, but we're hitting some really, really fun towns [and] cities. So I'm looking forward to the venues we're playing and it's gonna be high-energy."

"Y'know, coming off 'My Girl' [reaching] #1 and then 'Hooked' going #2, and our next single, 'Nothing to Do Town," it's gonna be rowdy," the Louisiana native predicts.

Dylan's one-year-old son Beckett, and his wife Blair -- the inspiration behind "My Girl" -- won't be fixtures on the road, however, because there's simply not enough room at this point.

"We're still on one bus right now, and I've got ten guys on this bus," he explains. "So, you know how that goes. But my goal is to hopefully next year...move on to two buses and bring the family out and let them experience it with us."  

Dylan continues on to Boston, Massachusetts and Silver Spring, Maryland on Friday and Saturday. His new six-song EP, also titled Nothing to Do Town, comes out April 26.

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Burke/Triolo Productions/Thinkstock Newcomer Seth Ennis will make his national TV debut Thursday on NBC's Today show, performing his latest single, "Call Your Mama." He kicks off the Nothing to Do Town Tour with Dylan Scott later in the day with a sold-out show at New York City's Gramercy Theatre. 

Hardy, who's currently on tour with Morgan Wallen before heading out with Florida Georgia Line this summer, will release his latest EP, Where to Find Me, on Friday. The singer/songwriter crafted Morgan's breakthrough, "Up Down," as well as FGL's latest single, "Talk You Out of It."

Stella Parton will mark five decades in the music business by releasing her fortieth studio album, Survivor, on March 29.

You can check out Cody Johnson's performance of his current hit, "On My Way to You," on NBC's Today show online, ahead of the release of his album, Ain't Nothin' to It, on Friday.

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