DALTON & THE SHERIFFS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JANUARY 26, 2017
Dalton & the Sheriffs’ debut album cracks four Billboard Charts
BOSTON — Minot Records, the independent imprint of Dalton & the Sheriffs, is proud to announce that the band’s debut album, After the Parade, has charted on four Billboard Charts in its first week of sales.
During the the reporting period of January 12, 2018 to January 18th, 2018, physical and digital sales earned the band their first Billboard #1, topping the Heatseeker Northeast chart, as well as #16 on the national Heatseeker chart (which appears in the upcoming January 27 edition of Billboard Magazine), #40 on the Country Album Sales chart and #46 on the Independent Album Sales chart. This follows first week sales in which the album charted in the Top 10 of the iTunes Country Album Sales bestsellers list in four of it first seven days, while cracking the iTunes Top 100 on the all-genre album sales chart twice.
The band celebrated the release with a headlining show at the Paradise Rock Club on January 14, which marked the band’s third headlining appearance at the famed club since October of 2017. After the Parade was recorded over the course of three days in Blackbird Studio’s Studio A in Nashville in October of 2017.
The band has been touring relentlessly for the past 18 months, anchored by four weekly residencies in the Boston area. Highlights of the period include being one of the only independent bands selected to an official stage at CMA Fest 2017 (the Music City Stage), a slot at the Battle at Bristol college football game at Bristol Motor Speedway, and direct, same-stage supporting slots for acts such as Sam Hunt (Bristol), A Thousand Horses (Nashville), Russell Dickerson (New York), and Lee Brice (Charleston, S.C.), among others. The band initially launched its national presence as the headliners on the Bud Light Down South tour through SEC college football games in the fall of 2016.
For more information, please contact Brian Scully at booking|at|daltonandthesheriffs|dot|com. Review copies of the album (physical or digital) are available upon request.
Notable Opening Slots
Same-stage, direct supporting slots
Lee Brice | Sam Hunt | Thomas Rhett (multiple) | Logan Mize | Cole Swindell | A Thousand Horses (multiple) | LOCASH (multiple) |Eric Paslay (multiple) | David Nail (multiple) | Craig Campbell (multiple) | Easton Corbin | Josh Thompson | Love & Theft | Jon Pardi (multiple) | Walker Hayes | Aaron Watson | Alyssa Micaela (multiple)
The Chicken Box | Music City Stage at CMA Fest 2017 | Budweiser Next From Nashville Stage at Rock the South | Budweiser Folds of Honor Salute to Service Concert, Riverfront Park, Charleston, S.C. | Bud Light Main Stage at Bristol Motor Speedway | Blue Hills Bank Pavilion | House of Blues Boston | Bud Light Down South Tour | Bud Light Titan Up Stage at 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 | Higher Ground | Fete Music Hall |Printer's Alley NYC
The band's debut album, "After the Parade" lands at #1 on Billboard's Heatseekers Northeast, #40 on Country Album Sales, #16 on Heatseekers, and #46 on Indpendent Album Sales on 1.27.18.
The same release also spend parts of four days in the iTunes Country Albums Top 10 (peaking at #9), and several days in the Top 100 across all albums, peaking at #76.
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.
Third Single, "Call in Summer" has received over 20,000 plays in 8 days on Spotify and has received 80,000 plays lifetime.
The band has received consistent air play on 101.7 The Bull's Backyard Country show.
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"