Ahead of his UK tour in March, Dawson Reigns has announced that his next single will be ‘The Night Ain’t Even Over Yet’, set to be released March 17th.
Although country music has been around for years, it is constantly being re-shaped and re-invented by artists who work their socks off to get their well-deserved big break in the music industry. Dawson Reigns is one of those artists. He is a hard worker, a raw talent, and incredibly deserving of the huge success which he is very quickly becoming. He fits right in with the most legendary country artists as well as the newcomers who are currently dominating the charts with their hit songs, but Dawson has that “it” factor and that something special which could potentially push him all the way to the top.
Dawson is quickly becoming one of the most in demand musicians in the world of country music, but we aren’t at all surprised at that given his natural talent and down to earth personality. In the past, he has co-written songs with Byron Hill, Johnny Bulford, and Phil Barton who have all penned smashes for some of the biggest names in the industry. Dawson has also shared the stage with the likes of The Band Perry and Luke Bryan.
As 2017 gets into flow, 2Country and Nashville Access in association with Full Circle Touring are proud to present a co-headline tour on which Dawson will be joined by Belfast based quintet The Rising, who launched their revamped line-up in 2016 with the stunning Last First Love. Having been holed up in the studio for the majority of the year, the group can’t wait to share their new songs with audiences as they build towards their sophomore album. With famous fans including Graham Norton, Gaby Roslin and Alex Lester, the group have opened for Ward Thomas, The Shires and Jess & The Bandits.
Joining them on the road is 4 times British Country Music Award winner, including 2016’s Best Male Vocalist, Gary Quinn. 2016 saw Gary release his acclaimed EP, I Remember, which was headed up by the chart topping single Shame. Having worked with Phil Vassar on his Songs From The Cellar, and recently spent time in Nashville co-writing with Steve Wariner, Gary is excited to showcase his material old and new with his fans.
Throw in a special guest at each night of tour and you have a truly unforgettable experience that showcases the true diversity of country music.
23rd March at Jumpin’ Jack’s in Newcastle-upon-Tyne
24th March at The Dog House in Carlton
25th March at Eiger Studios in Leeds
26th March at Gullivers in Manchester
29th March at The Railway in Winchester
30th March at The Cellar in Oxford
31st March at The Garage in London