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Monday, November 14, 2016 – The Black Cadillac will launch The Black Roses Tour in mid-January, ending two months later.

The tour , in support of its "Bury Me in My Boots disc," commences Jan. 19 in Memphis and ends in Sacramento, Cal. on March 17.

Aubrie Sellers, Brent Cobb, Ray Wylie Hubbard and Quaker City Night Hawks will alternate as support on select dates.

"We can't wait to start 2017 traveling across America headlining The Black Roses Tour after a hell of a run throughout the U.K. and Europe this fall," the band said in a press release. "We're stoked to partner up with Monster Energy Outbreak Presents to bring an even bigger and better show to y'all than ever before. See ya on the road."

Jaren Johnston (guitar and lead vocals), Kelby Ray (bass steel guitar, Dobro, acoustic and vocals) and Neil Mason (drums, percussion and vocals) mix country, Southern rock and rock. The band has cuts for Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts and Miranda Lambert. Johnston most recently co-wrote and co-produced the title track "We're All Somebody From Somewhere" with Steven Tyler for his first country solo album. He also was involved in penning "Beachin'" (Jake Owen), "shine & Whiskey" (Frankie Ballard) and "Raise 'Em Up" (Keith Urban featuring Eric Church).

Tour dates, city, venue and opening act are:
Jan. 19 Memphis, TN New Daisy Theatre Aubrie Sellers
Jan. 20 Rosemont, IL Joe's Live Rosemont Aubrie Sellers
Jan. 21 Chicago, IL Joe's on Weed St. Aubrie Sellers
Jan. 22 Des Moines, IA Wooly's Aubrie Sellers
Jan. 26 Minneapolis, MN Cabooze
Jan. 27 Madison, WI The Orpheum Theater
Jan. 28 Louisville, KY Mercury Ballroom
Feb. 2 Cincinnati, OH Bogart's Brent Cobb
Feb. 3 Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall Brent Cobb
Feb. 4 Indianapolis, IN Deluxe Brent Cobb
Feb. 8 Grand Rapids, MI 20 Monroe Live
Feb. 9 Cleveland, OH House of Blues Aubrie Sellers
Feb. 10 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts (TLA) Aubrie Sellers
Feb. 11 Silver Spring, MD Fillmore - Silver Spring Aubrie Sellers
Feb. 16 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club Aubrie Sellers
Feb. 17 New York, NY Irving Plaza Aubrie Sellers
Feb. 18 Charlottesville, VA Jefferson Theater
Feb. 22 Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse
Feb. 23 New Orleans, LA House of Blues Ray Wylie Hubbard
Feb. 24 Dallas, TX House of Blues Ray Wylie Hubbard
Feb. 25 Houston, TX House of Blues Ray Wylie Hubbard
March 1 Omaha, NE Slowdown Quaker City Night Hawks
March 2 Lawrence, KS Granada Theater Quaker City Night Hawks
March 3 Denver, CO Summit Music Hall Quaker City Night Hawks
March 4 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot Quaker City Night Hawks
March 5 Boise, ID Knitting Factory Concert House Quaker City Night Hawks
March 8 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom Quaker City Night Hawks
March 9 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom Quaker City Night Hawks
March 10 Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo Quaker City Night Hawks
March 12 San Francisco, CA Regency Ballroom Quaker City Night Hawks
March 16 San Diego, CA House of Blues Quaker City Night Hawks
March 17 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades Quaker City Night Hawks

Tickets will go on sale Nov. 18 at 10 a.m. local time in each city.

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