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Hubbard shakes the rust off

Thursday, June 3, 2021 – Ray Wylie Hubbard will kick off a 22-date headline run in his home state of Texas this weekend with dates througho8ut the south through the end of August.

The Shakin' the Rust Off Tour will find Hubbard performing music from his latest, "Co-Starring."

"Shaking off the rust, kickin' up the dust, roarin' down the road to be with you again and make some rock," said Hubbard.

"Co-Starring" brought together the likes of Ringo Starr, Don Was, Joe Walsh, Chris Robinson, Aaron Lee Tasjan, The Cadillac Three, Paula Nelson, Elizabeth Cook, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, Ashley McBryde, Larkin Poe, Peter Rowan and Ronnie Dunn and Pam Tillis.

Tour dates are:
June 4: Buda, TX | Buda Ampitheater
June 5: McKinney, TX | KHYI Texas Music Revolution
June 11: Crockett, TX | Lightnin' Hopkins Summer Series
June 18: Roswell, TX | The Liberty
June 19: Lubbock, TX | Cactus Theater
June 24: Filer, ID | Gordy's Hwy 30 Music Fest
June 25: Salt Lake City, UT | Soundwell
July 3: Red River, NM | The Motherlode
July 9: The Woodlands, TX | Dosey Doe
July 10: Waco, TX | The Backyard
July 16: Galveston, TX | The Old Quarter
July 17: Galveston, TX | The Old Quarter
July 24: Hawkins, TX | The Red Rooster Icehouse
July 25: Plano, TX | Love & War
Aug. 12: Tulsa, OK | Cain's Ballroom
Aug. 13: Oklahoma City, OK | The Tower Theater
Aug. 14: Durant, OK | Gilley's Choctaw Casino
Aug. 19: Chattanooga, TN | The Signal
Aug. 20: Athens, GA | The Georgia Theater
Aug. 21: Atlanta, GA | Variety Theater
Aug. 27: Ft. Smith, AR | The Majestic
Aug. 28: Fayetteville, AR | Fayetteville Roots Fest

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