Evans visits TODAY
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
– Morgan Evans will making his morning TV debut on Thursday, Oct. 18, on NBC'S TODAY, performing his number1 hit, "Kiss Somebody."
Evans releases his debut CD "Things That We Drink To," this Friday.
Evans will sing during the show's 10 a.m. hour.
Evans will join Old Dominion as a special guest on the band's upcoming Make it
He will make back-to-back Grand Ole Opry performances and a pre-Opry Facebook livestream kicking off at 5:30 a.m. eastern.
Evans has a new single out, "Day Drunk," a party song. The CD contains 11 songs co-penned by Evans over the last 2 years. Each instrument heard on the project was played by Evans and the producer Chris DeStefano.
Sweet Tour, kicking off Jan. 18 in Chicago.
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