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Stell makes GMA debut on Friday

Thursday, January 2, 2020 – Matt Stell will make his "Good Morning America" debut on Friday on ABC, performing his Gold-certified hit "Prayed For You."

Stell's latest single, "Everywhere But On," is the title track of his debut EP and the name of his first headline tour ,which kicks off Jan. 24. "Everywhere But On" was co-written by Stell, Paul Sikes and Lance Miller and produced by Ash Bowers and Stell.

Tour dates are:
Jan. 24 - San Diego, CA Moonshine Flats
Jan. 25 - San Bernardino, CA The Brandin' Iron
Jan. 30 - Des Moines, IA Wooly's
Jan. 31 - Sioux City, IA Anthem At The Hard Rock
Feb. 1** - Dubuque, IA Q Casino
Feb. 6* - Milwaukee, WI The Rave II
Feb. 7* - Chicago, IL Joe's Bar
Feb. 8* - Minneapolis, MN Wild Greg's Saloon
Feb. 13 - Louisville, KY Mercury Ballroom
Feb. 14* - Warrendale, PA Jergels
Feb. 15* - Rootstown, OH Dusty Armadillo
Feb. 27 - Pensacola, FL Wild Greg's Saloon
Feb. 28 - Macon, GA Crazy Bull
Feb. 29 - Savannah, GA Saddle Bags
March 6 - Ft. Myers, FL The Ranch
March 11 - New York, NY Gramercy Theatre
March 12- Salisbury, MD Blue Ocean Music Hal
March 13 - Foxborough, MA Six String Grill & Stage
March 14** - Portland, ME Aura
March 18 - Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection
March 19 - Ft. Wayne, IN The Clyde
March 20 - Columbus, OH The Bluestone
March 21 - Binghamton, NY Touch Of Texas
March 28*** - Biloxi, MS IP Casino Resort & Spa

* dates without Chris Bandi
**without Ray Fulcher
***without Chris Bandi and Ray Fulcher

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