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LANCO plans Hallelujah Nights tour

Monday, August 13, 2018 – LANCO announced its first headlining run today with the Hallelujah Nights tour.

The group starts the tour on Oct. 24 in Columbia, Mo. with special guest Travis Denning. The tour will hit 14 cities and end in Nashville. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. local time.

"This is a brand new show we've put together for our fans, and it will be first time we get to play 'Hallelujah Nights' in its entirety," said lead singer Brandon Lancaster. "This year has been full of so many incredible firsts for us, and we've learned so much out on the road about ourselves and about what our people want and expect from us. We can't wait to play these songs and share their stories from front to back that represent the core of LANCO."

LANCO had a hit with "Greatest Love Story" and is charting not with "Born to Love You."

A native of Warner Robins, Ga., Denning started playing local bars at the age of 16. He moved to Nashville in 2014 and within a year signed a publishing deal with Jeremy Stover's RED Creative Group. After securing outside cuts by Jason Aldean, Justin Moore, Michael Ray and Chase Rice he he signed with Universal Music Group in 2017. He released his debut single "David Ashley Parker From Powder Springs," which has charted on Billboard's Top Country Songs chart.

Tour dates are:
Oct. 24 Columbia, MO - The Blue Note
Oct. 25 Sioux Falls, SD - The District
Oct. 26 Clive, IA - 7 Flags Event Center
Nov. 1 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE
Nov. 2 Stroudsburg, PA - Sherman Theater
Nov. 3 Rochester, NY - Anthology
Nov. 8 Chattanooga, TN - The Signal
Nov. 9 North Myrtle Beach, SC - House of Blues
Nov. 10 Lake Buena Vista, FL - House of Blues
Nov. 17 Cincinnati, OH - Bogart's
Nov. 18 Cleveland, OH - House of Blues
Nov. 30 Philadelphia, PA - Theatre of Living Arts
Dec. 6 Atlanta, GA - Buckhead Theatre
Dec. 7 Nashville, TN - Cannery Ballroom

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