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Dan + Shay announce arena tour

Monday, October 7, 2019 – Dan + Shay announced their first ever arena tour, starting in March 2020 in Nashville.

Hours later, the duo added three shows due to what they said was high demand for Dan + Shay The (Arena) Tour.

After kicking off the tour in Nashville on March 6, the duo will return for a second show at Music City's Bridgestone Arena on March 7, followed by a new date in Columbus, OH on March 8 at Nationwide Arena. On Oct. 8, the tour will return to the New York City area after a Sept. 25 date at Madison Square Garden with a show at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.

American Express Card Members can purchase tickets for the new dates before the general public beginning tomorrow, Oct. 8 at noon through Thursday at 10 p.m. local. Tickets for the tour, presented by AEG Presents, go on sale to the general public starting this Friday, Oct. 11 at 10 a.m. local time.

Dan + Shay are seeing the biggest single debut of their career with the worldwide launch of "10,000 Hours" with Justin Bieber. Written by the duo's Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney with Bieber alongside Jessie Jo Dillon, Jordan Reynolds and Jason "Poo Bear" Boyd, "10,000 Hours" is the most added new song at country radio today.

Tour dates are:
March 6-7 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
March 8 Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena **NEWLY ADDED SHOW
March 12 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
March 13 Charlottesville, VA John Paul Jones Arena
March 14 Greenville, SC Bon Secours Wellness Arena
March 19 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center
March 20 Tulsa, OK BOK Center
March 21 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
March 26 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
March 27 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center
March 28 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum
April 9 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
April 10 Minneapolis, MN Target Center
April 11 Milwaukee, WI Fiserv Forum
April 16 Indianapolis, IN Bankers Life Fieldhouse
April 17 Chicago, IL United Center
April 18 Omaha, NE CHI Health Center
Sept. 17 North Little Rock, AR Simmons Bank Arena f.k.a. Verizon Arena
Sept. 18 St. Louis, MO Enterprise Center
Sept. 19 Detroit, MI Little Caesars Arena
Sept. 24 Washington, DC Capital One Arena
Sept. 25 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
Sept. 26 Pittsburgh, PA PPG Paints Arena
Oct. 1 Orlando, FL Amway Center
Oct. 2 Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena
Oct. 3 New Orleans, LA Smoothie King Center
Oct. 8 Newark, NJ Prudential Center
Oct. 9 Boston, MA TD Garden
Oct. 10* Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena
Oct. 11 Hershey, PA Giant Center
Oct. 15 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
Oct. 16 Salt Lake City, UT Vivint Smart Home Arena
Oct. 17 Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena
Oct. 21 Glendale, AZ Gila River Arena
Oct. 23 San Francisco, CA Chase Center
Oct. 24 Sacramento, CA Golden 1 Center
Oct. 29 Boise, ID ExtraMile Arena
Oct. 30 Portland, OR Moda Center
Oct. 31 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome

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Dan + Shay CD review - Dan + Shay
The track list on Dan +Shay's self-titled third album has a song crediting Kelly Clarkson as a featured vocalist. Upon a full listen, you will think they forgot about a few others. The disc features the duo's contemporary sound that mirrors many artists in the genre. The lead-off track, "Alone Together," evokes Rascal Flatts' Gary LeVox and is half of the only seven minutes on the tidy 35-minute collection that represent anything near up-tempo. The duo puts the ballads on »»»
Obssessed CD review - Obssessed
Dan Myers and James Shay Mooney came from different parts of the country (Allegheny County, Pa. and Arkansas, respectively) and met in Nashville where each was tracking the well-worn path to country music success. They began writing songs together a little over three years ago, already have a hit album ("Where It All Began") and now have another tiger by the tail. Dan + Shay know a hook, can write songs and have identified a sweet spot in the formula of country music success. »»»
Where It All Began CD review - Where It All Began
Dan + Shay debut with a likable disc, if your bent is the Rascal Flatts world of country. In fact, Dan Smyers of Pittsburgh and Shay Mooney of Arkansas come mighty close to mimicking the longstanding country stars with the biggest difference that they're a duo and Rascal Flatts is a trio. Perhaps the similarities ought come as no surprise because the duo started writing the day after they met in Nashville in December 2012. Guess who placed their first song on hold? Rascal Flatts. »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: With or without band, Isbell satisfies – Usually, when an artist performs without his regular backing band, it becomes about mathematics of subtraction. That artist is armed with far fewer artistic weapons at his/her disposal, after all. In Jason Isbell's case, though, when he performed with just his wife and fiddler Amanda Shires, it was more about substitution than subtraction.... »»»
Concert Review: Grammy nominations aside, Yola, Kiah are the real deal – Grammy nominations do not make the artist, but Yola and opener Amythyst Kiah underscored time and again on this night that the honors were well deserved. In fact, Yola and Kiah's other group, Our Native Daughters, are nominated in the same category - Best American Roots. Yola has three other nominations as well. The clear winners... »»»
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