Exciting news people! Maren Morris has finally announced her November UK tour dates and she's going to be playing shows across the whole country. What's even more exciting (as if it were possible) is that Maren is bringing her boyfriend, country singer Ryan Hurd, on tour as her opener!
Tickets are currently on sale and (as yet) aren't sold out - I wouldn't leave it too late to order yours though, as they're likely to go pretty fast. Here's all the dates and ticket info:
12th November - Dublin Academy
13th November - Glasgow ABC
15th November - Shepherd's Bush Empire, London
17th November - Birmingham Institute
18th November - Bristol Anson Rooms
20th November - Manchester Ritz
21st November - Sheffield Leadmill
Tickets: Gigs and Tours (all locations) Ticketmaster (all locations except London) Live Nation (all except Bristol, Sheffield and Dublin)
Let me know if, like me, you're super excited to see Maren's UK tour!
Can I get another hallelujah?
So the same people who have been bringing us C2C are finally pulling together a whole week of country events across London from 2nd to 8th October 2017. This is such an exciting time for country music in the UK and this dedicated week will bring both UK and US artists to London to showcase their talents in a way not possible before.
It's so important to support upcoming artists and, while it's great that so many huge and established artists can have the stage at C2C, the smaller stages often lack opportunity with their limited capacities. This week in October, however, will allow more acts to have the spotlight and gain their well-deserved recognition in the close-knit UK County Music community.
Let me know who you'd love to see at the Country Music Week!
Sunday's Wrestlemania was surely overshadowed by the ACM Awards where everyone who's everyone in country music headed down to Vegas to watch Miranda Lambert smash Reba's Female Vocalist of the Year award record.
Full winner's list:
Album of the Year: Weight of These Wings - Miranda Lambert
Song of the Year: Die A Happy Man - Thomas Rhett
Songwriter of the Year: Lori McKenna (!!)
Single Record of the Year: H.O.L.Y. - Florida Georgia Line
Female Vocalist of the Year: Miranda Lambert
Male Vocalist of the Year: Thomas Rhett
New Female Vocalist of the Year: Maren Morris
New Male Vocalist of the Year: Jon Pardi
Group of the Year - Little Big Town
Entertainer of the Year: Jason Aldean
Vocal Event of the Year: May We All - Florida Georgia Line & Tim McGraw
Video of the Year: Forever Country
Make sure to check out Miranda's beautiful acoustic performance of Tin Man: you won't regret it!