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December 15, 2017

DAUGHTRY ANNOUNCE FIRST LEG OF 2018 HEADLINING TOUR

 TOUR WILL HIT 30+ CITIES ACROSS THE U.S.
SET TO KICK OFF ON MARCH 7th IN FORT MEYERS, FL 

Nashville, TN-December 12, 2017—GRAMMY-nominated rock band Daughtry have announced details for the first leg of their 2018 headlining tour. Set to hit 30+ cities across the U.S. Daughtry’s tour dates will kick off on March 7th in Fort Meyers, FL and will wrap on April 20th with singer Sinclair opening. Tickets will be available for pre-sale starting tomorrow, December 13th and on sale to the public this Friday, December 15th at 10AM local time. Please see routing for the tour below. Click HERE to buy!

In addition to the tour, Daughtry are also gearing up to announce new music that is set to come in 2018.

Said Chris Daughtry, “We are very much looking forward to hitting the road again and reconnecting with our fans! We’ve been grinding away in the studio working diligently on our 5th album and cannot wait to share the new material in 2018! Our fans have waited long enough.”

Daughtry have released four studio albums, scored four No. 1 hits and garnered 4 GRAMMY nominations. Additionally, the band has sold over 8 million albums and 16 million singles, as well as selling out concerts around the globe. At radio, the band has also earned
four No. 1 singles, including the multi-format hit No. 1
song “It’s Not Over.” Daughtry's self-titled album was the fastest-selling rock debut in Soundscan history, and its follow up, Leave This Town, marked the quintet's second consecutive No. 1 album. The band’s third album, Break The Spell, was certified GOLD within four weeks of its release, and their last studio effort, Baptized, produced the certified GOLD single, “Waiting For Superman.” 

2018 TOUR DATES
March 7                     FT. Myers, FL            Barbara B Mann Performing Arts Hall
March 8                     Sarasota, FL              Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
March 11                   Greenville, SC           Peace Center Concert Hall
March 13                   Augusta, GA              William G. Bell Auditorium
March 15                   Wilmington, NC         Cape Fear Community Collage
March 17                   Staten Island, NY       St. George Theatre
March 18                   Baltimore, MD            Hippodrome Theatre
March 20                   Greensburg, PA          Palace Theatre
March 21                   Lancaster, PA            American Music Theatre
March 23                   Atlantic City, NJ         Caesars Atlantic City - Circus Maximus
March 24                   Westbury, NY            NYCB Theatre at Westbury
March 25                   Jim Thorpe, PA          Penn's Peak
March 27                   Englewood, NJ          Bergen Performing Arts Center
March 29                   Utica, NY                   The Stanley
March 31                   Worcester, MA          Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
April 3                       Morristown, NJ          Mayo Performing Arts Center
April 4                       Port Chester, NY        The Capitol Theatre
April 6                       Uncasville, CT           Mohegan Sun
April 7                       Albany, NY                Palace Theatre
April 8                       Concord, NH              Capitol Center for the Arts
April 10                     Niagara Falls, NY       Rapids Theatre
April 11                     Northfield, OH           Hard Rock Live
April 13                     Waukegan, IL            Genesse Theatre
April 14                     Red Wing, MN           Treasure Island Resort & Casino      
April 16                     Joliet, IL                     Rialto Square Theatre
April 17                     Milwaukee, WI          The Pabst Theatre
April 19                     Salinas, KS                Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts
April 20                     Miami, OK                 Buffalo Run Casino

ABOUT SINCLAIR
Sinclair is the sixth of nine children raised by a considerably strict pastor in upstate New York. With such a large family and rather stifling upbringing, music quickly became her everyday escape. After testing the waters in New York City and LA, Sinclair picked up in 2011 and chose Nashville as her home. It was there that she quickly honed her musical skills and dove into learning multiple instruments, while writing and recording her critically acclaimed debut EP, Sweet Talk.
 
Produced by John Alagia (‪John Mayer) and Nolan Sipe (Andy Grammar), the EP featured a standout song, "This Too Shall Pass,” which has over 12 million streams on Spotify to date. Her follow up EP, CLRBLND premiered in 2016 on TeenVogue.com and opened doors for her to perform alongside top acts such as: Ke$ha, ‪Claude Kelly & Chuck Harmony (Louis York), ‪Max Frost and ‪Mike Posner. 
 
This year Sinclair has focused her efforts on traveling and creating new music in ultra dynamic cities like London, Berlin and New York. She's recently released 2 singles produced and recorded by ‪Sacha Skarbek (‪Joss Stone, Lana Del Rey, ‪James Blunt, etc...) in London, "Shy Love" & "Obsession" and will release Pop! Champagne before the Holidays!
 
Sinclair prides herself on creating musical experiences that mirror life — dark and methodical tones, with uplifting bursts of colorful brightness and feel good energy. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her wife, a painter & stylist, and credits their marriage for her daily dose of inspiration and excitement.

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