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Adkins embarks on tour

Thursday, February 1, 2018 – Trace Adkins will embark on his own How Did We Get Here Tour in 2018, kicking off on April 6 in Biloxi, Miss. with dates across the U.S. and Canada into the fall currently announced.

Tour dates are:
April 6 - Biloxi, MS - IP Casino Resort
April 7 - Fort Worth, TX - Billy Bob's
May 1 - Bowling Green, KY - Southern Kentucky PAC
May 5 - New Cumberland, WV - Mountaineer Park
May 6 - Punxsutawney, PA - Punxsutawney Community Center Auditorium
May 11 - Bowler, WI - Northstar Star Mohican Casino
May 12 - Hinckley, MN - Grand Casino Hinckley Event Center
June 21 - Ridgefield, CT - Ridgefield Playhouse
June 23 - Charles Town, WV - Hollywood Casino
June 30 - Oklahoma City, OK - Starlight Amphitheatre
July 5 - Fayetteville, GA - Southern Ground Amphitheater
July 7 - Vinton, LA - Delta Downs
July 11 - Pauma Valley, CA - Casino Pauma Showroom
July 12 - Santa Maria, CA - Santa Barbara County Fair
July 15 - Sacramento, CA - California State Fair
July 16 - Turlock, CA - Stanislaus County Fair
July 18 - Eugene, OR - Lane County Fair
July 19 - Worley, ID - Coeur d'Alene Casino
July 27 - Urbana, IL - Champaign County Fair
July 31 - Petersburg, WV - Tri County Fair
Aug. 6 - Vale, SD - Full Throttle Saloon
Aug. 8 - Winnipeg, MB - Club Regent
Aug. 9 - Saskatoon, SK - Saskatoon Prairieland Park
Aug. 11 - Belvidere, IL - Boone County Fair
Sept. 8 - Shipshewana, IN - Blue Gate Theater
Sept. 10 - Wooster, OH - Wayne Country Fair
Sept. 14 - Hutchinson, KS - Kansas State Fair
Sept. 15 - Albuquerque, NM - Sandia Resort & Casino
Sept. 21 - Breham, TX - Washington County Fair
Sept. 22 - Garnett, KS - Anderson County Cornstock
Sept. 29 - Montgomery, AL - Garrett Coliseum
Sept. 30 - Mount Vernon, KY - Renfro Valley Ent Center
Oct. 26 - Bossier City, LA - Horseshow Riverdome
Oct. 27 - Tunica, MS - Gold Strike

A fan pre-sale ends tonight (Feb. 1) at 10 p.m. local time. Tickets go on sale to the public beginning Friday, Feb. 2 for select dates.

Written by Phil O'Donnell and Wade Kirby, "Still a Soldier" is the current single off Adkins' latest release, "Something's Going On." Director Mike Stryker and producer Shanah Zigler of Casting Life Films helped Adkins create a tribute to veterans and their loved ones for song's powerful video, featuring a glimpse into the life of Army Specialist Bryan Gerwitz.

Adkins will also add a major motion picture role to his prolific acting resume in 2018, starring alongside Dennis Quaid and Bart Miller in "I Can Only Imagine." Telling the story behind the all-time best-selling Christian song of the same name, the film is being released March 16.

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Something's Going On CD review - Something's Going On
Trace Adkins' wonderful low singing voice can be a little deceptive because he could easily sing utter crap and still somehow sound great. It's why the critical ear must pay close attention to specifically what he's saying in his songs whenever evaluating his work. Adkins doesn't write his own songs, so he's entirely dependent upon stellar writers. Thankfully, "Something's Going On" is a better than average collection of songs, especially good for Adkins, as »»»
Live Country DVD CD review - Live Country DVD
"Live Country" is a concert film featuring Trace Adkins performing his biggest hits at The Paramount in Huntington, N.Y. Anticipation was high for this one because Adkins, along with Josh Turner, is one of our very best low-voiced singers. Perhaps poor audio quality is to blame, but Adkins' singing isn't nearly as powerful in this live setting as it is on CD. From the cheesy stage props to the casually dressed backing singers (one even has a headband that leaves her looking »»»
The King's Gift CD review - The King's Gift
Trace Adkins, with that wonderfully deep voice of his, is always a pleasure. He's like an actor (well he has acted actually) that never gives a bad performance, even in a poor movie. When it comes to evaluating Adkins' albums, it's all about the music he surrounds himself with and the songs he's given to sing. And with "The King's Gift," Adkins is placed in a nearly can't miss situation; he's singing mostly familiar Christmas carols, with a mainly »»»
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: Henry comes out the other end a better man – Joe Henry mentioned at the outset that this show was not only the record release celebration, but also the anniversary - to the day - of when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Although the songs from this fine new album do not address his illness directly, they many times touch upon the big issues of human existence (life, death and the meaning of it all).... »»»
Concert Review: What's in a name? Strings lives up to it – Billy Strings may not be his real name, but the bluegrass performer more than lives up to his adopted moniker. Bluegrass may not be the first style of music when one thinks of William Apostol's (yup, that's Billy's real name) home state of Michigan, but with more miles on the bus and shows like this outstanding, lengthy, lyrical night... »»»
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