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Tenpenny extends tour

Monday, December 9, 2019 – Mitchell Tenpenny revealed the second leg to his headline Anything She Says Tour today

. Special guests include RCA Nashville duo Seaforth (Tom Jordan, Mitchell Thompson) and Sony Nashville's Adam Doleac. The first leg wraps this weekend after a run of sold out dates including the finale show at Webster Hall in New York City and the tour opener in Nashville, where Tenpenny received a RIAA Double Platinum certification plaque for his No. 1 debut single "Drunk Me."

Tickets go on sale starting Friday, Dec. 13 at 10 a.m. local time.

"One of the greatest things about this particular tour is the reception of the music from the fans," said Tenpenny. "There is nothing more satisfying and humbling then when your fans are singing back lyrics to your own songs. This happened the first night in Nashville and I actually forgot a lyric because I was so moved. I'm so thrilled to be continuing this tour."

Tenpenny's current single is "Anything She Says" featuring Seaforth.

Tour dates are:
Jan. 17 St. Louis, MO *
Jan. 24 Ft. Worth, TX *
Jan.25 Tuscaloosa, AL
Jan. 29 Detroit, MI
Jan. 30 Springfield, IL
Jan. 31 Grand Rapids, MI *++
Feb. 1 Bloomington, IN
Feb. 28 Oxford, MS
Feb. 29 Starkville, MS
Mar. 5 Columbus, OH++
Mar.7 Rootstown, OH++

* on sale now
++ Adam Doleac
Seaforth on all dates except ++

Seaforth is childhood friends Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson, who grew up together in the Sydney, Australia suburb from where they take their name. The multi-talented pair recently released their four-song "Love That" EP, which they co-produced with Dann Huff.

Doleac recently signed to Sony Music Nashville's Arista Nashville imprint and will release his debut single, "Famous," to country radio on Dec. 16. The "Famous" music video, available now , stars Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph as well as Doleac. A Hattiesburg, Miss. native, Doleac became impassioned with music in college at the University of Southern Mississippi where he not only played baseball, but wrote songs with his teammates and learned to play guitar. After he began playing hometown area gigs, Doleac posted a performance of one of his songs on YouTube which accrued millions of views and caught the attention of Sony/ATV Music Publishing. He has helped write songs recorded by Kane Brown, Darius Rucker and Hootie and the Blowfish.

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