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Sara Evans launches tour tomorrow with Josh Turner, Luke Bryan, George Ducas`

Thursday, October 18, 2007 – Sara Evans launches her fall tour tomorrow in Indiana, ending in mid-November in New York.

Josh Turner, Luke Bryan and George Ducas will join Evans on various dates. The tour, which starts in Fort Wayne, Ind. and ends in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., is being sponsored by Chevy Malibu. Turner is releasing a new disc "Everything Is Fine" at the end of October, while Bryan has had success with his debut out this past summer. Ducas has been off the charts for many years, but had early success with "Lipstick Promises."

Evans is touring her "Greatest hits" package, released earlier this month.

Tour dates are:
Oct. 19 Fort Wayne, Indiana Memorial Coliseum Josh Turner, Luke Bryan
Oct. 20 Green Bay, Wisconsin Resch Center Josh Turner, Luke Bryan
Oct. 26 Pikeville, Kentucky Eastern KY Expo Josh Turner, Luke Bryan
Oct. 27 Louisville, Kentucky Palace Theatre George Ducas
Nov. 8 Chattanooga, Tennessee Memorial Auditorium George Ducas
Nov. 9 Panama City, Florida Marina Hall George Ducas
Nov. 10 Clearwater, Florida Ruch Eckerd Hall George Ducas
Nov. 15 Uncasville, Connecticut Mohegan Sun Josh Turner, Luke Bryan
Nov. 16 Bangor, Maine Bangor Auditorium Josh Turner, Luke Bryan
Nov. 17 Poughkeepsie, New York Sovereign Center Josh Turner, Luke Bryan


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