Following the release of his RIAA Gold-certified hit single
“Yours,"accruing more than 65 million streams-and-counting before breaking Top 20 on the country airplay charts, Nashville-native Russell Dickerson releases his debut Triple Tigers Records album, Yours, today. Fans can purchase the album in stores and at digital retailers HERE. Billboard has raved Dickerson's “urgent vocal approach and propensity for syncopated melodies" has helped build his fan base while his release was named one of the most anticipated country records of the fall from USA Today. The album is the first for Triple Tigers Records who signed Dickerson as their flagship artist in a joint venture with Sony Music. Since, “Yours” has rapidly climbed the Country radio charts. “I have been waiting so long for fans to hear my new music, and am so glad it’s finally here,” declares Dickerson. “This album is full of everything I love, from over-the-top, pump-up jams to smooth songs to slow down to, there’s a little something for every mood… but it’s all true to me. I’m in such a good place in my life, and I think this album reflects that. I know everyone will have their own favorite!” The singer is spending the week of Yours’ release the best way he knows how: playing for fans. Following a sold-out show at Las Vegas’ Stoney’s Rockin’ Country last month, Dickerson kicked off this week with a hometown show, selling out Nashville’s iconic Exit/In Wednesday, Oct. 11. The at-capacity show followed an industry/media album release party at neighboring bar Hurry Back, where he received an RIAA Gold plaque for lead single, “Yours.” Dickerson continues the launch packing the room for a show at Chicago’s Joe’s on Weed Street last night, playing for Indianapolis’ 8 Seconds Saloon tonight and Springfield, IL’s Boondocks Pub Saturday, Oct. 14. Go HERE for more tour dates. Yours comes after a busy year where Dickerson made his national T.V. debut performing his single “Yours” on ABC’s The Bachelorette and his morning show debut by performing the love song on NBC’s TODAY Show. The singer’s Spotify-popular (35+ million streams) “Blue Tacoma” was featured in the prominent X-Men movie Logan. Staying busy, Dickerson just ended a west-coast run on Florida Georgia Line’s Smooth Tour and was on Thomas Rhett’s Home Team Tour earlier this year. Yours track listing:
Every Little Thing
All Fall Down
Would You Love Me
You Look Like a Love Song
Yours (Wedding Edition)
Keep up with Russell at RussellDickerson.com or on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook at @Russelled.