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12:01 AM Friday, 8/19/16 |   |

Old Dominion was originally formed to showcase the individual members’ songs – some of which have been recorded by marquee artists like Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, The Band Perry, Chris Young, and Tyler Farr. But it was Shane McAnally who brought the band to the attention of Clint Higham at Morris Higham Management.

McAnally recorded them for an eponymous EP in 2014, which gained some radio attention for singles “Shut Me Up” and “Break Up With Him.” And Chesney recorded a song, “Save It For A Rainy Day,” penned by vocalist Matt Ramsey and guitarist Brad Tursi, that spent three weeks at No. 1 on the country charts. Trevor Rose (guitar, keyboards), Whit Sellers (drums) and Geoff Sprung (bass) fill out Old Dominion’s lineup.

So Chesney was already well-acquainted with the baby band when Old Dominion landed the 20-minute opening slot on The Big Revival stadium tour last summer. They are back, with a better slot, on Chesney’s current Spread The Love Tour.

Old Dominion released its first full-length, Meat and Candy, in November and won the Academy of Country Music’s new vocal group or duo award in April. “Break Up With Him” received two nominations for CMT Music Awards.

But it’s on the road where Old Dominion shines. Dale Morris & Associates agents Michael Betteron and Nate Ritches have done a stellar job of keeping the band on the road. And since they have a trunkload of songs, including hits they wrote for others, they have a repertoire that can support a 90-minute headline tour – which they are doing in between those stadium dates on its Meat and Candy Tour of fairs and festivals, which runs through fall. And there’s going to be more dates announced any minute now.

“They played over 190 shows and in 2016 we scaled back to just 160 shows,” Morris Higham Management’s Will Hitchcock told Pollstar

“This is a band that loves to play live. They are at their best out there performing in front of live audiences. They play all their own instruments, in the studio and record all their own music so what you hear is their own sound, the same live as in the studio. They love being out on the road.”