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Midland extends tour

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 – Midland announced today that the trio will continue their headlining Let It Roll tour into 2020 kicking off in Boston on Jan. 31.

Capping off the U.S. portion of the tour earlier this month, they will take their act overseas. Tickets for the newly announced dates will go on sale Friday, Nov. 15 at 10 a.m. local time via MidlandOfficial.com.

Their current single "Mr. Lonely" is inside Top 20 at country radio, and they are also nominated for two CMA Awards - New Artist and Vocal Group of the Year, which will be handed out on Wednesday.

Tour dates are:
Jan. 31 | Boston, MA
Feb. 1 | Sayreville, NJ
Feb. 6 | Atlanta, GA
Feb. 7 | Huntsville, AL
Feb. 8 | Baton Rouge, LA
Feb. 14 | St. Paul, MN
Feb. 15 | Rosemont, IL


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CD review - The Last Resort Midland make it sound easy with the new "The Last Resort" EP. While the upbeat "Two To Two Step" is already a setlist favorite, much of this project – as well as a goodly portion of Midland's catalog – is slower and much more thoughtful. It's all good, though, and "The Last Resort" is just another small chapter in Midland's growing book of fine songs. Listening to Midland can be a little like a scenario where the Eagles' ...
CD review - Live from the Palomino As if creating a couple of neo-traditional country albums wasn't enough, Midland temporarily reopened North Hollywood's famed Palomino club to record its 10-song live album. This act intentionally links Midland to Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, Linda Ronstadt and all the other luminaries that graced the original Palomino stage. Unlike Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and many other contemporary country acts, though, Midland's music wouldn't have sounded all that out of place during the ...
CD review - Let it Roll Midland is more magicians than musicians. When the trio came out with their omnipresent 2017 single "Drinkin' Problem," they pulled off their first trick: a brand-new band to radio who sounded like old friends. Their sound and their look (matador jackets, mullets and high-density mustaches) were pure vintage. So why did it all seem progressive? Some of this is the landscape. Athletic-fit tee-shirts and a frat boy oversmile make the standard uniform for most of today's country crop. ...


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