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Dawson joins Dan + Shay in UK visit

Wednesday, November 21, 2018 – Devin Dawson will kick off 2019 with a return visit to the UK - his fifth trip across the pond in 18 months - to join label-mates Dan + Shay on each of their forthcoming tour dates across the country.

"Dark Horse," the title track to Dawson's debut LP released earlier this year, is Dawson's new single. The song is set to impact country radio on Dec. 10.

His first-ever headlining tour also began earlier this month. The "Stray Off Course Tour" has now been extended through February 2019.

Tour dates are:

Dec.. 7 - Texas Live! - Arlington, TX
Dec. 8 - Texas Club - Baton Rouge, LA
Dec. 13 - River Spirit Casino - Tulsa, OK
Dec. 14 - Choctaw Casino - Durant, OK
Dec. 15 - Gilley's - Pocola, OK
Jan. 17* - The Garage - Glasgow (sold out)
Jan. 18* - 02 Institute - Birmingham
Jan. 19* - 02 Ritz Manchester - Manchester (sold out)
Jan. 22* - SWX - Bristol
Jan. 23* - Cambridge Junction - Cambridge
Jan. 24* - 02 Shepherd's Bush Empire - London
Jan. 31 - Bowery Ballroom - New York, NY
. 1 - Paradise Rock Club - Boston, MA
Feb. 2 - Mohegan Sun - Uncasville, CT
Feb. 6 - Brick Street Bar - Oxford, OH
Feb. 7 - The Bluestone - Columbus, OH
Feb. 8 - Joe's on Weed Street - Chicago, IL
Feb. 9 - The Rave II - Milwaukee, WI
Feb. 14 - Terminal West - Atlanta, GA
Feb. 15 - Saturn - Birmingham, AL
Feb. 16 - Headliners Music Hall - Louisville, KY
Feb. 21 - Blue Note - Columbia, MO
Feb. 22 - The Vogue - Indianapolis, IN
Feb. 23 - Thirsty Cowboy - Medina, OH
* UK Tour with Dan + Shay

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