Hale plans first tour
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
– Lucy Hale will headline a run of dates in January and February in support of her debut album, "Road Between," her first tour.
The tour kicks off Jan. 29 in Boston with RCA Records Nashville singer/songwriter Josh Dorr as the opening act. "It's been a dream come true for me to have released my first album this year," shared Hale. "To be able to hit the road and perform is so exciting. I look forward to seeing everyone in 2015."
Hale performed during last week's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and appeared on last night's "CMA Country Christmas" where she performed the original song, "Mistletoe," alongside Carrie Underwood, Hunter Hayes, Little Big Town and Jennifer Nettles.
The Memphis born and bred singer's debut album, "Road Between," was released by DMG Nashville on June 3.
Tour dates are:
3rd & Lindsley
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