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Brandon Lay Will Hit the Road with Kenny Chesney and Has Released Another Two-Pack of Songs

EMI Records Nashville’s Brandon Lay joins country superstar Kenny Chesney on his highly anticipated 2018 Trip Around The Sun stadium tour kicking off next April in Tampa, FL. Spanning 18 U.S. cities and taking place in some of the most iconic venues in the United States, including Soldier Field and Gillette Stadium, the Trip Around The Sun Tour is certain to be one of the hottest tours of the Summer. Prior to Chesney’s tour dates, Lay will hit the road with Old Dominion and Michael Ray performing across the U.S. and Canada early next year.

After landing the No. 1 most-added song at country radio and reaching No. 7 on the Spotify U.S. Viral Chart with his “anthemic new single” (Rolling Stone) “Speakers, Bleachers And Preachers,” Lay has released four songs across two two-packs including brand new songs “Wilder Horses” (Ross Copperman, Jon Nite, Brandon Lay) and “Break Down On Me” (Brandon Lay), plus “Speakers, Bleachers And Preachers” (Luke Laird, Shane McAnally, Brandon Lay) and “Let It” (Paul DiGiovanni, Brad Tursi, Brandon Lay). Written in Lay’s signature storytelling style, the new tracks give fans an even deeper look into Lay’s life and memories which inspires the compelling songs he creates. The result is relatable and genuine music “tinged with twang, summing up small-town existence in songs made for a bonfire party” (Rolling Stone). Additionally, fans can learn more about Brandon Lay in his new EPK, check out the lyric video to his debut single, and find his full tour schedule on his website

Trip Around The Sun Tour Dates

April 21 Tampa, FL Raymond James Stadium

April 28 Milwaukee, WI Miller Park

May 5 Minneapolis, MN US Bank Stadium

May 19 Dallas, TX AT&T Stadium

May 26 Atlanta, GA Mercedes-Benz Stadium

June 2 Pittsburgh, PA Heinz Field

June 9 Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field

June 16 Columbus, OH MAPFRE Stadium

June 23 Phoenix, AZ Chase Field

June 30 Denver, CO Sports Authority Field at Mile High Station

July 7 Seattle, WA CenturyLink Field

July 14 Kansas City, MO Arrowhead Stadium

July 21 St. Louis, MO Busch Stadium

July 28 Chicago, IL Soldier Field

August 4 Detroit, MI Ford Field

August 11 Nashville, TN Nissan Stadium

August 18 East Rutherford, NJ MetLife Stadium

August 24 Foxboro, MA Gillette Stadium*

*Lineup: Kenny Chesney, Dierks Bentley, Brothers Osborne, Brandon Lay

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