Jake Owen Joins Sugarland, Jason Aldean, and Miranda Lambert For Spring Tour Dates
New Single â€œTell Meâ€ from Owenâ€™s Easy Does It Collection Is at Radio Now
Nashville, TN â€“ RCA Nashville recording artist Jake Owen continues to crisscross the nation with tour dates this spring. After beginning the year with plenty of sold-out, headlining shows, Owen heads into spring opening for three major country hitmakers. Owen is slated to join Sugarland, Jason Aldean, and newly minted headliner Miranda Lambert for the next several months as an opening act.
This weekend Owen will join forces with country rocker Jason Aldean, opening his â€œWide Openâ€ tour with dates in Sioux City, IA (March 25), Lincoln, NE (March 26), and St. Charles, MO (March 27).
Next up, Miranda Lambert invites last year’s ACM â€œTop New Male Vocalistâ€ as a special guest on her â€œRoadside Bars & Pink Guitarsâ€ tour with a stop in Bossier City, LA on April 30th.
In May, Owen will open Sugarlandâ€™s â€œThe Incredible Machineâ€ tour, with dates in the Northeast. This is not the first time Owen joins the award-winning duo on tour â€“ a previous tour together produced a collaboration on the recording of â€œLife In A Northern Townâ€ which earned him a GRAMMY nod.
Owen also recently announced the release of his latest single, â€œTell Me,â€ off his sophomore effort Easy Does It. The single is at radio now.
For a complete list of upcoming concerts and more, visit Jake online at www.jakeowen.net or www.myspace.com/jakeowen.
Since releasing his debut album, Startinâ€™ with Me, in 2006, RCA Nashville recording artist Jake Owen has celebrated five consecutive Top 15 singles. Owen has appeared on such national programs as ABCâ€™s Good Morning America and the primetime CMA Music Festival: Countryâ€™s Night to Rock, and has toured non-stop with the biggest names in country music. Jake has received nominations for Country Music Association Awards, a GRAMMY Award, and was named Top New Male Vocalist at the Academy of Country Music Awards in April of last year. His sophomore album, Easy Does It, released on February 24, 2009.