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Old Dominion Release Spotify Singles Cover Of Halsey’s “Bad Love” & “Hotel Key”

OLD DOMINION RELEASE SPOTIFY SINGLES
COVER OF HALSEY’S “BAD AT LOVE” & “HOTEL KEY”

Joins Lineup For “CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night To Rock” On ABC Tonight with Exclusive Encore Performance Available Via Comcast Xfinity On Demand

BAND HAS SURPASSED OVER 1 BILLION CAREER STREAMS!

(Nashville, TN)— Acclaimed country band Old Dominion share their Spotify Singles today. Participating in the streaming platform’s popular program, the platinum-selling quintet and reigningAcademy of Country Music’sVocal Group of the Year’ delivered a spirited performance of their latest single “Hotel Key” and impressively covered Halsey’s “Bad At Love.

Check out the singles HERE.

The group recently recorded “Hotel Key” and “Bad At Love” at Sound Stage Studios Nashville. On the recordings, they bring a sense of vital energy to the irresistible “Hotel Key”—which has quickly become both a concert go-to and fan favorite on Spotify with 13 million-plus plays and counting. Meanwhile, their re-imagining of Halsey’s “Bad At Love” shudders with soul. Stripping the song to down to guitar, bass, and drums, the lyrical storytelling takes center stage as the musicians transform the tune into a timeless country tale.

Tonight, Old Dominion joins a star-studded lineup for “CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock” on ABC to perform their current hit single, “Hotel Key.” Following the ABC special, fans will receive an exclusive encore performance of “Written In The Sand” via Comcast Xfinity On Demand in partnership with the CMA.

Right now, the band is in the midst of a marathon tour cycle in support of its chart-topping second full-length album, Happy Endings. In between joining Kenny Chesney for a string of stadium dates, they’re headlining venues coast to coast. The schedule extends to the end of the year.

Tickets on sale now, HERE.

“Hotel Key” is the latest single from Happy Endings, which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and #7 on the Top 200. The album also produced the singles “Written in The Sand” and “No Such Thing As a Broken Heart“, which also hit #1 on the Billboard Country Airplay and MediaBase charts. This achievement marked the platinum-selling country quintet’s fourth total and third consecutive #1s. The group have surpassed 1 billion on-demand streams, while every single from Happy Endings thus far has earned a platinum certification.

2018 SUMMER TOUR DATES:
Aug 11 Nashville, TN                                        Nissan Stadium*
Aug 12 Des Moines, IA                                     Iowa State Fair+
Aug 16 Bangor, ME                                           Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion*
Aug 17 Philadelphia, PA                                   Citizen’s Bank Park+
Aug 18 East Rutherford, NJ                             Metlife Stadium*
Aug 22 Columbia, MD                                      Merriweather Post Pavillion*
Aug 23 Milton, DE                                            Hudson Fields+
Aug 24 Essex Junction, VT                               Champlain Valley Fair+
Aug 29 Saint Paul, MN                                     Minnesota State Fair+
Aug 31 Grand Island, NE                                  Nebraska State Fair+
Sep 1 Pueblo, CO                                              Colorado State Fair+
Sep 2 Filer, ID                                                    Shouse Arena+
Sep 3 Salem, OR                                                Oregon State Fair+
Sep 7 Blackfoot, ID                                           Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds+
Sep 8 Pendleton, OR                                        Pendleton Round Up Happy Canyon+
Sep 10 Spokane, WA                                        Spokane Interstate Fair+
Sep 14 York, PA                                                 York Fair +
Sep 15 West Springfield, MA                           Xfinity Arena+

*Supporting Kenny Chesney’s Trip Around The Sun tour
+Headline Dates

HAPPY ENDINGS WORLD TOUR FALL 2018 DATES:
Oct 4                Knoxville, TN                            Knoxville Coliseum
Oct 5                Glen Allen, VA                          Innsbrook After Hours
Oct 6                Rochester, NY                          Main Street Armory
Oct 11              Amarillo, TX                              Amarillo Civic Center
Oct 12              Las Cruces, NM                        Pan American Center
Oct 13              Albuquerque, NM                    Balloon Fiesta Park
Oct 25              Atlantic City, NJ                       Hard Rock Atlantic City
Oct 26              University Park, PA                  Bryce Jordan Center
Oct 27              Roanoke, VA                            Berglund Center
Oct 31              Dublin, IE                                  Whelans
Nov 1               Belfast, IE                                 Empire Music Hall
Nov 3               Liverpool, ENG                         O2 Academy 2
Nov 4               London, ENG                            O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Nov 5               Bristol, ENG                              Trinity
Nov 6               Manchester, ENG                    Academy 2
Nov 8               Birmingham, ENG                    O2 Institute
Nov 9               Glasglow, SCT                           Queen Maragaret Union
Nov 10             Glasglow, SCT                           Queen Maragaret Union
Nov 29             Estero, FL                                 Germain Arena
Nov 30             St. Augustine, FL                      St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Dec 1               Winston-Salem, NC                 Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Dec 6               Toledo, OH                               Huntington Center
Dec 7               Huntington , WV                      Big Sandy Superstore Arena
Dec 8               Grand Rapids, MI                     DeltaPlex Arena
Dec 13             Bismarck, ND                           Bismarck Event Center
Dec 14             Fargo, ND                                 Scheels Arena
Dec 15             Duluth, MN                              AMSOIL Arena

About Old Dominion:
Proving that they are not your average country band, Old Dominion blends old-fashioned country charm, lyrical wit and rock n’ roll grit into radio-friendly, hook-heavy pop nuggets. Old Dominion recently released their highly anticipated sophomore album, Happy Endings, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart & #7 on the Top 200. Upholding an unbelievable hot streak, the album features two singles “Written In The Sand,” and “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart,” which hit #1 on Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase charts. This achievement marks the platinum-selling country quintet’s fourth total and third consecutive #1s . In addition to their ACM win, Old Dominion has also been nominated for an ACM for “Album of the Year,” as well as an American Music Award, two CMA Awards, and recently nominated for “Top Country Duo/Group Artist” at the Billboard Music Awards.  The group emerged as one of the hottest breaking bands in country music with their debut album Meat And Candy, which fused clever lyrics and an infectious sound. The album, which was certified GOLD by the RIAA, included several top selling hits including “Break Up With Him” (PLATINUM), “Snapback” (GOLD) and the anthemic “Song For Another Time,” which hit #1 the on Billboard Country Airplay and MediaBase charts. Following its release, the band was notably named  ACM New Group of the YearACCA Breakthrough Group of the Year, AIMP Songwriter Artist of the Year and Music Row Breakthrough Artist of the Year.  Old Dominion consists of lead singer Matthew Ramsey, lead guitarist Brad Tursi, multi-instrumentalist Trevor Rosen, bassist Geoff Sprung and drummer Whit Sellers.

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