Martina McBride Adds More Dates to Everlasting Tour
“The band and I are having so much fun on this Everlasting tour,” McBride says in a press release. “I really wanted to put together a show that is as visually entertaining as it is musically entertaining.”
The tour got its moniker from McBride’s latest album, Everlasting, which was released in 2014. Everlasting is McBride's 12th album, and it features covers of soul and R&B classics. The tour includes a full horn section and a roster of backup singers and dancers.
“The addition of the horn section and singers adds so much energy to what we do,” McBride notes. “We are enjoying the fresh take on our hits of the last 20 plus years as well as being able to play so much of the new album because it’s familiar to my fans. I think we are all wishing this tour would last forever!”
McBride’s tour will include her staple songs like ‘A Broken Wing’ and ‘This One’s for the Girls,’ as well as covers of soul and R&B songs. Country music fans of all ages will enjoy having the chance to hear the country music icon perform.
The Everlasting tour will resume on Feb. 10 in Midwest City, Okla. Additional stops are scheduled in Texas, Wisconsin, Iowa, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, California and several other states. Visit McBride's website to learn when the tour will hit a city near you.
McBride recently signed a new record deal with Nash Icon Records, a joint venture between Big Machine Label Group and Cumulus.
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