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Evans goes 10 for 10

Monday, May 7, 2018 – Morgan Evans will launch the 10 in 10 tour, playing 10 cities in 10 days in preparation for the release of his debut.

The tour, which includes headlining shows and festival appearances, kicks off in Los Angeles on June 21 and wraps on June 30 in Washington, D.C. Tickets for the newly announced dates go on-sale this Friday, May 11.

"Playing live is my favorite thing to do, so what better way to celebrate my first single on country radio than to play it live?" said Evans. "I'll be bringing the loop pedal and giving you the first listen to music that is to come. I'd do 365 if I could, but 10 seems like a reasonable place to start. I can't wait to see all 10 cities in 10 days."

The Australia native's debut U.S. single "Kiss Somebody" is closing in on Top 15 at country radio. The song was penned by Evans with Chris DeStefano and Josh Osborne.

Evans is an opening act on Chris Young's "Losing Sleep World Tour. Evans, who is married to Kelsea Ballerini, is recording his debut for Warner Nashville.

Tour dates are:
June 21 - Los Angeles, CA
June 22 - Denver, CO
June 23 - Manhattan, KS
June 24 - Chicago, IL
June 25 - Dallas, TX
June 26 - Austin, TX
June 27 - Atlanta, GA
June 28 - New York, NY
June 29 - Philadelphia, PA
June 30 - Washington, D.C.

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