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Bush, WIlson tour together

Wednesday, April 17, 2019 – Sugarland's Kristian Bush and actress Rita Wilson will launch a joint concert tour kicking off June 5 in Atlanta.

Wilson, a singer/songwriter, actress and producer, just released her fourth studio album, "Halfway To Home" (Sing it Loud/The Orchard) and was also recently honored by The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The album was largely recorded in Nashville and co-produced by Wilson and Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift, Keith Urban), with Ron Aniello (Bruce Springsteen) and John Shanks (Bon Jovi, Sheryl Crow) also contributing as producers. She is the wife of actor Tom Hanks.

Wilson will perform at Stagecoach (April 27), CMA Fest (June 7) and Lake Shake in Chicago (June 21).

Bush released his solo debut album, "Southern Gravity," in 2015. He has been working on a new EP, coming out this summer.

Tour dates are:
June 5 - Atlanta - Center Stage Theater
June 9 - Nashville - City Winery
June 11 - Washington, D.C. - City Winery
June 12 - New York - City Winery
June 14 - Huntington, N.Y. - The Paramount
June 15 - Montclair, N.J. - The Welmont Theater
June 17 - Boston - City Winery
June 19 - Munahll, Pa. - Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall

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