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Cobb likes being "Sucker for a Good Time" on tour

Friday, November 9, 2018 – Brent Cobb will kick off his "Sucker For a Good Time Tour" headline tour in 2019 with many stops in the south plus supporting Tedeschi Trucks Band at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

The new tour follows Cobb's run as part of "Chris Stapleton's All-American Road Show." Cobb is touring in support of "Providence Canyon," which was produced by Dave Cobb.

Tour dates are:
Jan. 17-Atlanta, GA-Terminal West
Jan. 18-Athens, GA-Georgia Theatre
Jan. 19-Macon, GA-Hargray Capitol Theatre
Jan. 25-Raleigh, NC-Lincoln Theatre*
Jan. 26-Charlotte, NC-Neighborhood Theatre
Jan. 31-Nashville, TN-Ryman Auditorium #
Feb. 1-Asheville, NC-Grey Eagle
Feb. 7-Charleston, SC-Charleston Pour House
Feb. 8-West Columbia, SC-New Brookland Tavern
Feb. 9-Greenville, SC-Radio Room
Feb. 13-Austin, TX-Stubbs Jr.
Feb. 14-Dallas, TX-Trees
Feb. 15-Pocola, OK-Gilley's at Choctaw Casino
Feb. 16-Memphis, TN-1884 Lounge
Feb. 21-Kansas City, MO-Knucklehead's
Feb. 22-St. Louis, MO-Off Broadway **
Feb. 23-Wilson, AR-The Grange at Wilson
Feb. 28-Birmingham, AL-Saturn
March 1-Waverly, AL-Little House at Standard Deluxe
March 2-Tifton, GA-Rhythm & Ribs Festival
March 21-Oxford, MS-Proud Larry's
March 22-Jackson, MS-Duling Hall
March 23-New Orleans, LA-Gasa Gasa
March 24-Mobile, AL-Callaghan's Irish Social Club
March 29-Lexington, KY-Cosmic Charlie's
March 30-Louisville, KY-Zanzabar

* with American Aquarium and Courtney Marie Andrews
# supporting Tedeschi Trucks Band
** with William Clark Green

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