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Sarah Buxton opens Adkins/McBride tour

Wednesday, January 20, 2010 – The 2010 leg of the Shine All Night Tour starring Martina McBride and Trace Adkins kicks off this weekend with Lyric Street singer Sarah Buxton opening.

The tour kicked off before the Thanksgiving holiday and ends in late April.

Two-time ACM "New Female Vocalist" nominee Buxton co-wrote Stupid Boy, a hit for Keith Urban. Buxton is releasing her self-titled debut on Feb. 23 with songs Outside My Window, Innocence, Space and That Kind Of Day.

Tour dates are:

Jan. 22 Little Rock, AR Verizon Arena

Jan. 23 Independence, MO Independence Event Center

Jan. 24 Council Bluffs, IA Mid-America Center

Jan. 29 Reading, PA Sovereign Center

Jan. 30 Worcester, MA DCU Center

Jan. 31 Fairfax, VA Patriot Center

Feb. 13 Bossier City, LA CenturyTel Center

Feb. 14 Pensacola, FL Pensacola Civic Center

Feb. 18 Auburn Hills, MI Palace of Auburn Hills

Feb. 19 Buffalo, NY HSBC Arena

Feb. 20 Baltimore, MD 1st Mariner Arena

Feb. 21 Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena

Feb. 25 Ft. Wayne, IN Allen County War Memorial

Feb. 26 Cleveland, OH Wolstein Center

Feb. 27 Pittsburgh, PA Petersen Events Center

Feb. 28 Highland Heights, KY Bank of Kentucky Center

March 4 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena

March 5 Champaign, IL Assembly Hall

March 6 Evansville, IN Roberts Stadium

March 12 Richmond, VA Richmond Coliseum

March 13 Uncasville, UT Mohegan Sun Arena

March 14 Manchester, NH Verizon Wireless Arena

March 26 St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center

March 27 Green Bay, WI Resch Center

March 28 Dekalb, IL NIU Convocation Center

April 8 Loveland, CO Budweiser Events Center

April 9 Rapid City, SD Rushmore Theatre

April 10 Bismarck, ND Bismarck Civic Center

April 23 *Trenton, NJ Sun Nation Bank Arena

April 24 Norfolk, VA Constant Convocations Center

April 25 Roanoke, VA Roanoke Civic Center

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