Travis Tritt and Chris Janson

Country music heavyweights Travis Tritt and Chris Janson are teaming up for a co-headlining tour across the U.S. this fall. Their “Can’t Miss Tour” will kick off on October 7 in Huntington, West Virginia and conclude on November 19 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Joining the platinum-selling artists are newcomers War Hippies – the newly formed duo of Scooter Brown and Donnie Reis.

The tour announcement comes with the release of Janson’s fourth studio album, All In. The highly anticipated LP features a collaboration with Tritt titled “Things You Can’t Live Without.”

Last year, Tritt released his first original full-length album in more than a decade, Set in Stone. The Americana-laced LP has earned over a million streams for the Georgia native.

Dates along the run include Charlotte, Clearwater and Tupelo. You can find the full tour dates below, with more to be added at a later date. For tickets and more information, visit and

October 7 @ Mountain Health Arena in Huntington, WV
October 8 @ Covelli Centre in Youngstown, OH
October 9 @ PPL Center in Allentown, PA
October 13 @ First National Bank Arena in Jonesboro, AR
October 14 @ Texas Trust CU Theater Grand Prairie, TX
October 20 @ BB&T Arena in Highland Heights, KY
October 22 @ The Corbin Arena in Corbin, KY
October 23 @ Bojangles’ Coliseum in Charlotte, NC
October 27 @ Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater, FL
October 28 @ Hertz Arena in Estero, FL
October 29 @ Pompano Beach Amphitheater in Pompano Beach, FL
November 5 @ Altria Theater in Richmond, VA
November 11 @ BancorpSouth Arena in Tupelo, MS
November 19 @ Gas South Arena in Atlanta, GA

David Nail

David Nail announced his upcoming Story To Tell Tour today, featuring special guest Tyler Braden. Kicking off in September, Nail will be on the road for a nearly three month run of shows across the South and Midwest. With stops from South Carolina to Texas and Ohio, there are numerous chances for fans to catch the country hitmaker and GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter on the road. The pair announced the tour this morning together in a special video. Tickets are available at

Nail has been touring for over a decade with his smash hits like “Red Light,” “Nights on Fire” and his latest release, “Sunset Carousel.” His shows have become about more than just music; offering intimate stories and personal anecdotes in between songs, fans will laugh, sing along, and be reminded why live music is so important. With the country breakout star Tyler Braden in tow performing his infectious tracks such as his popular “Try Losing One,” the two will no doubt put on a memorable show.

Hailing from Kennett, Missouri, David Nail is well-respected up and down Music Row. Some might even call him a “tour de force” as his songs pull no punches in evoking the demons with which he has wrestled through much of his life. The GRAMMY-nominated multi-platinum singer/songwriter’s early releases, I’m About To Come Alive, The Sound Of A Million Dreams, I’m A Fire and Fighter, ignited his reputation as an innovator and creative risk-taker yet left Nail feeling restless. This led to the departure of the only record company home he’d ever known, MCA Nashville, where he’d formed friendships that endure even now. 

Sept. 16 – Denver, Colo. – Grizzly Rose 
Oct. 5 – Atlanta, Ga. – Buckhead Theatre
Oct. 7 – North Myrtle Beach, S.C. – House of Blues
Oct. 8 – Charleston, S.C. – The Riviera
Oct. 12 – Columbus, Ohio – The Bluestone
Oct. 13 – Bloomington, Ind. – The Bluebird
Oct. 14 – Cincinnati, Ohio – Lori’s Roadhouse
Oct. 15 – Rootstown, Ohio – Dusty Armadillo
Oct. 16 – Jeffersonville, Ind. – The Jefferson
Oct. 29 – Jackson, Tenn. – Hub City Brewing Co.

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Oak Ridge Boys

NASHVILLE When you talk about history, The Oak Ridge Boys can “dig a little deeper” than most. The GRAMMY® Award-winning, Country Music Hall of Fame and Gospel Music Hall of Fame members released their ‘Light’ album 50 years ago, paving the way for what would soon become an historic transition into country music and to heights The Oak Ridge Boys had only dreamed of.
“That album was the apex of The Oak Ridge Boys’ career in Gospel music,” said Oak Ridge Boys member Duane Allen. “I had always dreamed of recording an album that used our stage band in the studio,” Allen said. “For the Light album, we rehearsed all the way across Canada and down into California and then secured a side rehearsal room in Whitney Studio in (Glendale, California). We rehearsed in that studio and then went on to record a monumental album with our band, along with the addition of a rhythm guitarist and percussionist.”
The Light album included gospel songs, “I Don’t Know Why Jesus Loved Me” and “Mama’s Last Amen” and liner notes written by country music legend Johnny Cash.

For the complete listing of tour dates, visit

Sept. 21-22  & Oct. 5-6 BRANSON, MO  at The Mansion

Sept. 23 MULVANE, KS  Kansas Star Casino

Sept. 24 NASHVILLE, TN  Grand Ole Opry

Janie Fricke

 Raised on a farm in Indiana, Janie Fricke began singing in church and later turned that talent into a career that began as one of the marketing industry’s most successful jingle singers. Long before her success as a country artist, millions of people became familiar with Fricke’s voice through ads for United Airlines, Coca-Cola, 7-Up, McDonald’s, and Red Lobster. She soon became a session singer where she was singing background in the studio with some of the biggest country stars of the late 70s and early ’80s, including Loretta Lynn, Eddie Rabbitt, Crystal Gayle, Ronnie Milsap, Barbara Mandrell, and Mel Tillis. After a string of duets with such greats as Merle Haggard and Moe Bandy, Fricke landed a solo recording contract in the early ’80s and scored several hit singles, including “Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me Baby,” “He’s a Heartache” and “You’re Heart’s Not In It.” She won CMA’s coveted “Female Vocalist of the Year” in 1982 and ’83 and has been nominated for three Grammy Awards. She has been credited with over 1,600 album projects and scored 36 hit singles.
Janie Fricke practically gave birth to The Dukes of Hazzard’s General Lee during an 8-year flashback show (in which, Fricke played Ginny, a bank robber) she along with her sidekick robbed a bank and, in an effort, to get away crashed their 1969 Dodge Charger (it was black at the time). That vehicle was hauled off to the junkyard where the ‘Duke Boys’ discovered it and with the help of Crazy Cooter Davenport got it fixed up, painted orange, and ready for Boss Hogg’s Hazzard County Race. It then officially became the

Sept. 24. ARLINGTON, TX – Arlington Music Hall


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