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McDowell To Bring The Art of Music Tour Into 2016

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (December 28, 2015) – Multi-talented artist, Ronnie McDowell will continue to tour well into the New Year. The star has announced his first set of dates for the new year, kicking off 2016 in Florence, AL.

With tour dates booked through April of 2016 the new year is promised to be another great touring year for McDowell. McDowell got his start with the tribute hit “The King Is Gone” following the death of Elvis Presley. The single has gone on to sell five million copies worldwide. His impressive vocals, often compared to that of Presley’s, got him spots in the 1979 biopic “Elvis” as well as “Elvis and Me.”
Ronnie McDowell On Tour:
Dec. 31 Florence-Lauderdale Coliseum - Florence, AL
Jan. 2 Armour House Hotel - Red Boiling Springs, TN
Jan. 9 The McKay House - Dunn, NC
Jan. 10 Liberty Theatre - Liberty, NC
Jan. 29 The Palace Theater - Gallatin, TN
Jan. 30 The Palace Theater - Gallatin, TN
Feb. 13 The Lodge at Blue Ridge Summit - Blue Ridge Summit, PA
Feb. 14 Rosedale American Legion - Rosedale, MD

About Ronnie McDowell:
To date, Ronnie McDowell has released twenty-four studio albums, such asGood Time Lovin’ Man, I’m Still Missing You,and his most recent disc,Lost In Dirty Dancing. McDowell is also an avid painter, and has released several art prints of his work. But, there’s a lot more to McDowell’s talent. He immediately followed up “The King Is Gone” with the top-ten hit ‘I Love You, I Love You, I Love You,” and was a regular presence on the charts with future singles such as “Wandering Eyes,” “Love Talks,” and “In A New York Minute.” He earned number one records with “You’re Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation” and “Older Women.” Later hits included duets with Conway Twitty (“It’s Only Make Believe”) and Jerry Lee Lewis (“Never Too Old To Rock And Roll”), as well as a very well-received version of the standard “Unchained Melody” in 1990.

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