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Brice tabs tour opener

Wednesday, December 2, 2015 – Dylan Scott will open shows for label mate Lee Brice on his upcoming 2016 tour.

Scott, who has yet to release an album for Curb Records, also will be on the Life off My Years tour with Tyler Farr.

"Dylan is an incredible performer, and both Tyler and I felt he'd be a great fit for this tour," said Brice. "We're proud to have him on the road with us."

Scott, 25, has sales of more than 335,000 units since he launched his debut single, "Makin' This Boy Crazy" in 2013. His latest creative effort is a video series he premiered in August called the "Stripped Series." The collection of acoustic videos includes his new single "Crazy Over Me.". "I have a huge respect for Lee Brice as an artist and songwriter. I can't wait to get on the road with he and Tyler," said Scott, a Bastrop, La. native. He released a self-titled EP in February 2014.

Tour dates are:
Feb. 4: Salisbury, MD
Feb. 5: Rochester, NY
Feb. 6: Kingston, RI
Feb. 12: Rockford, IL *
Feb. 13: Kearney, NE *
Feb. 14: Brookings, SD
Feb. 18: Southaven, MS
Feb. 19: Augusta, GA
Feb. 20: Pikeville, KY
March 17: Lowell, MA
March 18: Allentown, PA
March 19: Indiana, PA
April 7: Milwaukee, WI
April 8: Kalamazoo, MI
April 9: Chicago, IL
April 14: Saginaw, MI
April 15: Highland Heights, KY
April 16: Huntington, WV
April 21: Dayton, OH
April 22: Youngstown, OH
April 23: Toledo, OH

* Dates do not include Dylan Scott

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