49 Winchester gets big opportunities and drops new tour dates

The awards and opportunities for 49 Winchester keep pouring in, as they quickly become one of the biggest emerging indie country bands here in 2022. Building on the momentum of their recent album Fortune favors the bravethe band just released a slew of new tour dates (see below).

But some shows are just different. That will be the case when 49 Winchester opens for the Turnpike Troubadours on July 30 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on July 30. The sold-out show will be 49 Winchester’s first on the Mother Church stage – an honor no matter how you get there. The Vandoliers open the first Turnpike Troubadours show on July 29. 49 Winchester also opened up dates with Whiskey Myers on their big tour, exposing themselves to a whole new fan base as well. Expect these opportunities to translate to many more 49 Winchester fans moving forward with how they deliver live.

On the edge of Russell County, Virginia, which sits at the crossroads between Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and North Carolina, 49 Winchester is truly the local band that’s been doing good. Hailing from the unincorporated community of Castlewood (pop. 2000), the core of the band grew up in the same small neighborhood and have been chasing the wild dream of becoming rock stars ever since. Lo and behold they have now called their own bluff and done it, being signed to New West Records, playing major festivals and being named one of the hottest bands in indie country and roots music right now. , including recently by Luke Combs.

The chemistry of this band, the exuberance and contagion of their live performances, and the local hero aspect of their story make you want to cheer them on even more. 49 Winchester is fun to cheer on. But really, it’s vocalist and guitarist Isaac Gibson’s effortless vocals that make 49 Winchester so much more than just a cool country band.

49 Winchester Tour Dates:

7/2 – Thomas WV Mountaineer Days – Thomas WV

7/3 – Lexington VA – Freedom Food Festival

7/7 – Charleston SC – Firefly Distillery #

7/8 – Charlotte NC – Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheater #

7/9 – Raleigh NC – Red Hat Amphitheater #

7/10 – Portsmouth Virginia – Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion #

7/12 – Manteo NC – Roanoke Island Festival Park #

7/14 – Dothan AL – National Peanut Festival #

7/15 – Cocoa FL – Cocoa Riverside Park #

7/16 – Pompano Beach Florida – Pompano Beach Amphitheater – The Amp #

7/17 – St. Augustine FL – The Saint-Augustin amplifier #

07/27-29 – Floyd VA – FloydFest

7/30 – Nashville TN – Ryman-Auditorium @
8/4 – Missoula, MT – Big Sky Amphitheater #
8/5 – Billings, Montana – Magic City Blues Festival 2022#
8/7 – Boise, ID – Idaho Botanical Garden #
8/11 – Grand Junction, CO – Las Colonias Park Amphitheater #

8/12 – Sandy, UT – Sandy Amphitheater #
8/13 – Cheyenne, WY – The Chinook at Terry Bison Ranch#
8/16 – Denver, Colo. – Globe Room

8/18 – Omaha, NE – reverb lounge

8/19 – Dubuque, Iowa – Five Flags Center **

8/20 – St. Louis, Missouri – old rock house

8/27 – Nashville, TN – Roots Radio WMOT 89.5 FM Roots on the rivers

8/31 — Indianapolis, IN — HIFI STEREO

9/2—Chicago, Ill.— Carol’s pub

9/3 – Milwaukee, Wis. – rod room

9/4 – Lake view, IA – Stone Pier Summer Concert Series

9/10 – Bristol, TN – Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion

9/23 – Ashland, Kentucky – FoxFire Music & Arts Festival

9/29 – Little Rock, AR – Stickyz Rock N’ Roll Chicken Shack

9/30 – The Swan, KS – fire water festival

01/10 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – pony boy

10/8 – Roseland, Virginia – Devils Backbone Hoopla

10/13 – Chattanooga, TN – Songbird Foundation

10/15 – North Wilkesboro, NC – Deck Concerts
11/5 – Simpsonville, SC – Greenville Country Music Festival

# Sustain Whiskey Myers & Shane Smith and the Saints

@ Sustain The Troubadours of the Toll Highway
** Support Larry’s Fleet

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