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McBryde goes for One Night Standards

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 – Ashley McBryde announced she would launch a new tour in March, the 2020 One Night Standards Tour.

The tour is named after the first single off her sophomore album, which is slated to drop sometime in 2020.

McBryde's 2020 One Night Standards Tour kicks off Thursday, Jan. 30 at the Saturn in Birmingham, Ala. and continues until Thursday, April 23 at Floore's Country Kitchen in Helotes, Texas. Tickets go on sale Friday, Nov. 22 at 10 a.m. local time.

Tour dates are:
Jan. 30 Saturn Birmingham, AL
Jan. 31 The Lyric Oxford Oxford, MS
Feb. 1 Druid City Music Hall Tuscaloosa, AL
Feb. 28 Georgia Theatre Athens, GA
Feb. 29 Variety Playhouse Atlanta, GA
March 7 8 Seconds Saloon Indianapolis, IN
March 19 Bourbon Theatre Lincoln, NE
March 21 Majestic Theatre Madison, WI
March 28 Soul Kitchen Mobile, AL
April 23 Floore's Country Kitchen Helotes, TX

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