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Hodges releases debut single

Thursday, July 7, 2011 – New artist JT Hodges just launched his debut single, Hunt You Down, to country radio.

Hodges, a Show Dog - Universal Music artist, will spend the rest of his summer opening shows for Toby Keith on Keith's Locked and Loaded Tour.

The forthcoming video for the song, filmed in Memphis, is set for release soon. Hodges' debut album, produced by Mark Collie, Don Cook and Show Dog - Universal Music label president, Mark Wright, is set for release later this year.

Tour dates are:

July 15 Cleveland, OH

July 22 Raleigh, NC

July 23 Virginia Beach, VA

Aug. 4 Sacramento, CA

Aug. 5 Mountain View, CA

Aug. 6 Las Vegas, NV

Aug. 12 San Diego, CA

Aug. 13 Irvine, CA

Aug. 18 Spokane, WA

Aug. 19 Portland, OR

Aug. 20 Gorge, WA

Aug. 31 St Paul, MN

Sept. 2 Holmdel, NJ

Sept. 3 Pittsburgh, PA

Sept. 4 Darien Lakes, NY

Sept. 8 Saratoga Springs, NY

Sept. 9 Philadelphia, PA

Sept. 10 Washington DC

Sept. 14 York, PA

Sept. 15 Scranton, PA

Sept. 16 Hartford, CT

Sept. 17 Boston, MA

Sept. 23 St Louis, MO

Sept. 24 Chicago, IL

Sept. 29 Cincinnati, OH

Sept. 30 Detroit, MI

Oct. 1 Indianapolis, IN

Oct. 7 Charlotte, NC

Oct. 8 Atlanta, GA

Oct. 9 Mobile, AL

Oct. 14 Tampa, FL

Oct. 15 West Palm Beach, FL

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