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Strait sets fall tour dates

Wednesday, June 2, 2010 – George Strait hits the road again this fall with Lee Ann Womack and Reba McEntire.The first show is in Ohio in early September and hit 11 cities in the U.S. in September and October.

Tour dates are:

Sept. 9 Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena

Sept. 10 Lexington, KY Rupp Arena

Sept. 11 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena

Sept. 16 Columbia, SC Colonial Life Arena

Sept. 17 Birmingham, AL BJCC

Sept. 18 Bossier City, LA CenturyTel Center

Oct. 14 Pittsburgh, PA Consol Energy Center

Oct. 15 Philadelphia, PA Wachovia

Oct. 16 Buffalo, NY HSBC Arena

Oct. 21 Minneapolis, MN Target Center

Oct. 22 Fargo, ND Fargodome

Strait will re-issue "George Strait Live" on DVD exclusively to Wal-mart on June 15. Strait, backed by his Ace in the Hole Band, is captured for the first time on video performing greatest hits and other songs at the Dallas Reunion Arena on New Year's night 1986-1987. The CD was digitally re-mastered with 5.1 surround sound and includes five bonus music videos made available for the first time ever for fans on DVD.

Songs on the DVD are:
The Fireman
Deep Water
The Cowboy Rides Away
Hot Burning Flames
Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind
Dance Time In Texas
You're Something Special To Me
Six Pack To Go
Nobody In His Right Mind Would've Left Her
Amarillo By Morning
All My Ex's Live In Texas
Rhythm Of The Road
Any Old Time
You Look So Good In Love
Marina Del Ray
Unwound

Bonus videos are:
Amarillo By Morning
The Chair
Check Yes Or No
She'll Leave You With A Smile
Living For The Night


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