DALTON & THE SHERIFFS
Boston's Favorite Country Band Hits the Road
BOSTON - Armed with legion of Boston fans and a new sponsorship from Bud Light, Dalton & the Sheriffs hit the road in the fall of 2016, earning a headlining slot on the Bud Light Down South Tour. From Virginia to Tennessee, from Florida to Alabama and Mississippi, the band brought Boston country music to the south to high praise.
Along the way, the band landed marquee opening slots for acts such as Sam Hunt and Jon Pardi at the Battle at Bristol, as well as supporting A Thousand Horses and Mickey Guyton at the Titans-Jaguars Thursday Night Football game at Nissan Stadium. In between their travels, the band also found time to open twice for LOCASH in the Boston area. Their work on the tour -- and at various additional stops such as the famed Bluebird Cafe's Sunday Night Writer's night -- earned the band three shows at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge playing their own music in November and December.
The band enters 2017 with a new EP on the way and their popular single "You Ain't Her" getting regular rotation on iHeartRadio's 101.7 The Bull's Backyard Country show.
Armed with a new Bud Light touring van, Dalton & the Sheriffs are primed to bring their distinctive brand of country music to the country at large. Stay tuned for the announcement of several major appearances for the Summer of 2017.
Notable Opening Slots
Same-stage, direct supporting slots
Sam Hunt | Thomas Rhett | Cole Swindell | LOCASH |Eric Paslay | David Nail
Craig Campbell | Easton Corbin | Josh Thompson | Love & Theft | Dan + Shay
Jon Pardi | Aaron Watson
First single, "Flying Down a Backroad" hits No. 165 on the iTunes country charts
Second Single, "The Real Nashville Star" spends two weeks on the front page of iTunes country, as a top-20 pre-order.
The band earned entry into the exclusive Sunday Night Writer's Night at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville based on their single, "Thanks for the Song"
When in Boston, the band draws over 1,200 people per week to four residencies -- Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
Blue Hills Bank Pavilion | House of Blues Boston | Bud Light Down South Tour | Bristol Motor Speedway | Nissan Stadium | Bud Light House of Whatever at CMA Fest | Paradise Rock Club | Brighton Music Hall | Royale | Toby Keith's Foxborough | Toby Keith's Syracuse | Toby Keith's Orlando | Toby Keith's Woodbridge | Mississippi State University | Everbank Field | University of Florida | New Hampshire Motor Speedway | University of Alabama | The Bluebird Cafe | Tootsie's Orchid Lounge | The Bell in Hand | Toad's Place