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Sam Outlaw, Whitney Rose plan tour

Friday, February 5, 2016 – Sam Outlaw and Whitney Rose are launching a joint tour starting in February

Outlaw, who is based in the LA area and released "Angeleno" last year, will hit the road on the Country & Western Nights tour with his label mate.

Outlaw's country is classic and smooth, whil; Rose has a countrypolitan sound with vintage pop.

Rose scored positive comments for "Heartbreaker of the Year," produced by Raul Malo of The Mavericks and released last year.

Tour dates are:
Feb. 19 - San Dieto, Soda Bar
Feb. 21 San Luis Obispo, Cal., The Grange
Feb. 22 San Francisco, The Chapel
Feb. 24 - Portland, Ore. - Mississippi Studios,
Feb. 26 - Seattle, The Sunset Tavern
Feb. 27 - Vancouver, Canada - The Cobalt
March 2 - Spokane, Wash. The Bartlett
March 3 - Bozeman, Mont., Live from the Divide
March 4 - Billings, Mont., Pub Station
March March 5 - Laramie, Wyo., Phoenix Ballroom at Gryphon Theatre
March 7 - Denver, Larimer Lounge
March 8 - Salt Lake City, Kilbey Court
March 12 - Phoenix, Viva Phoenix Downtown Music Fest *
March 13 - Tucson, Ariz., Flycatcher
March 15, Roswell, N.M., The Liberty
March 16 - Dallas, Twilite Lounge
March 17-19 - Austin SXSW
March 24 - Atlanta, TBA
March 25 - Knoxville, Tenn. KMW Secret Show Series
March 26 - Nashville The High Watt
* - only Outlaw will appear.

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South Texas Suite CD review - South Texas Suite
Whitney Rose firmly establishes herself as a worthy member of the Margo Price and Kacey Musgraves School of Country. There is far more to the connection than Rose sporting a bouffant on the cover. What you're going to hear is what some folks refer to as "real country," aka traditional country. If looking for blaring guitars, drums pounding and singalong anthems, Rose is not going to cut it for you. That's certainly not what this Canadian-born , Austin-based singer is about. »»»
Heartbreaker of the Y ear CD review - Heartbreaker of the Y ear
On her second album, crooner Whitney Rose, who grew up learning to love classic country like Hank Williams in her grandparents' bar on Prince Edward Island, Canada, where she also got her first listen to The Mavericks and other rock and pop-inflected country. On "Heartbreaker of the Year," she calls on the talents of The Mavs' lead singer Raul Malo to produce as well as backing her on guitar, percussion and vocals. She assembled a group of stellar musicians to back her on this »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: Rising Appalachia buck the mainsteam, and that's fine with them – Rising Appalachia would not be accused of being in the musical mainstream. Not too many bands who combine folk and Appalachian sounds with new world music could possibly be. And that suits the sister-led duo of Chloe Smith and Leah Song just fine. In fact, at one point, Chloe made it clear she did not embrace radio play as a sign of success... »»»
Concert Review: Bingham plays with something to prove – Ryan Bingham mainly focused on songs from his sixth album "American Love Song," for this lively show. Backed by a supportive band that also included two female backup singers and a fiddler, Bingham's eclectic setlist touched upon country, singer/songwriter folk, rock and blues. Bingham reached for lively country sounds early on, with... »»»
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