Acuff announces track list, tour dates
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Acuff announces track list, tour dates

Tuesday, May 16, 2023 – Colby Acuff announced the track list today of his upcoming major label debut album, "Western White Pines," due June 9 via Sony Music Nashville.

Produced by Eddie Spear (Zach Bryan, Cody Jinks) and recorded at Nashville's Sound Emporium Studios, the song "Playing God Again" was just released.

Acuff said, "Western White Pines is a project full of some of my favorite songs. The record is unique in all aspects of the word. You will never hear the same song twice, but you will know that it's a Colby Acuff record."

Acuff will perform through this summer including shows supporting Flatland Cavalry and Shane Smith & The Saints in Salt Lake City, Portland, Spokane, Tacoma and more. Acuff will also perform select shows as part of the Whiskey Jam Tailgate this summer, which takes place ahead of Luke Combs' sold-out U.S. stadium tour.

The track list is:
1. Western White Pines
2. One Day At A Time
3. Playing God Again
4. Outlaw in Me
5. Boy And A Bird Dog
6. Better Man
7. Hard Livin' Life
8. Welcome to Toms
9. All I Got
10. Rolling With The Wind

Tour dates are:
May 18—Greeley, CO—Moxi Theater
May 19—Salt Lake City, UT—The Depot*
May 20—Weston, CO—Monument Lake Resort
May 24—Portland, OR—Revolution Hall*
May 25—Spokane, WA—Knitting Factory*
May 26—Tacoma, WA—Elks Temple*
May 27—Vancouver, BC—BC Place – Luke Combs Bootleggers Tailgate Party
June 7—West Haven, UT—The Outlaw Saloon
June 8—Ketchum, ID—Whiskey Jacques'
June 10—Kansas City, MO—Arrowhead Stadium - Luke Combs Bootleggers Tailgate Party
June 17—Weiser, ID—Weiser River Music Festival
June 22—Loma, CO—Country Jam Colorado Music Festival
June 23—Cheyenne, WAY—Outlaw Saloon
June 24—Denver, CO—The Black Buzzard at Oskar Blues
July 1—Frontier, WY—Wyoming Sheep and Wool Festival
July 7—Green Gables, PE—Cavendish Beach Music Festival
July 16—Whitefish, MT—Under the Big Sky Festival
July 19—Great Falls, MT—Downtown Summer Jam
July 20—Emigrant, MT—The Old Saloon+
July 24—Waterloo, NE—Buck's Bar and Grill
July 26—McKinney, TX—Hank's Texas Grill
July 27—San Angelo, TX—Wild West Fest
July 28—Waco, TX—Backyard Bar, Stage & Grill
July 29—Shreveport, LA—Louisiana Grandstand
Sept. 1—Colville, WA—FarmJam
Oct. 22—Simpsonville, SC—Greenville Country Music Fest

* supporting Flatland Cavalry
+ supporting Shane Smith & The Saints

Originally from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Acuff dove into music at a young age, learning piano at age 5, drums at age 9 and guitar at age 11, before performing for the first time at age 12. Acuff has released three albums independently—2020's "Life of a Rolling Stone," 2021's "If I Were the Devil" and 2022's "Honky Tonk Heaven."

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