Congratulations: Old Dominion Scores #1 Album & 2 CMA Nominations!

Acclaimed country rockers Old Dominion’s highly anticipated sophomore album, “Happy Endings”, debuts at #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and at #7 on the Top 200 following its release on August 25th.

The band has also scored two CMA nominations for “New Artist Of The Year” and “Vocal Group Of The Year.”

A follow up to their RIAA GOLD-certified debut, “Meat and Candy”, and produced again by Grammy Award-winning songwriter and producer Shane McAnally, “Happy Endings” includes tracks “Written in The Sand” and “No Such Thing As a Broken Heart”, which recently hit #1 on Billboard Country Airplay chart and is currently #1 on the Country Mediabase Chart.

Old Dominion are currently out on the road playing select headlining and festival dates across North America. Most recently, the band performed in front of two sold out crowds at Gillette Stadium opening for Kenny Chesney, and also just wrapped their Bud Light Dive Bar concert series that hit select cities across the US.

On September 22nd, Old Dominion will kick off a tour opening up for Thomas Rhett, which will hit cities across the US and UK. While overseas, the band will also perform several concerts for the US Military in Italy and Spain. By the time the band’s tour dates wrap up at the end of 2017, they will have played 110 shows in front of a 1.3 million fans.

Proving that they are not your average country band, Old Dominion blends old-fashioned country charm, lyrical wit and rock n’ roll grit into radio-friendly, hook-heavy pop nuggets. The band has emerged as one of the hottest breaking bands in country music, fusing clever lyrics and an infectious sound.

For a complete list of tour dates and more information on Old Dominion, visit their website and follow them on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.

Old Dominion appeared on Good Morning America last week where they performed their new single…

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