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Info From Music Row with Leuck and Howe 12/07/2021

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Jimmie Allen's first headlining tour will be happening in 2022! Titled "Down Home Tour," it will kick off on February 3 at the "Troubadour" in West Hollywood. The tour will have 19 dates total and wrap up on May 13 in Norfolk, VA. During that time he'll be on the west coast, cut back through Texas, and then head up to the Midwest and the Northeast. Allen purposefully waited to have his first headlining tour, explaining, “I wanted to make sure I was ready, my band was ready, so we could give the audience what they deserve every night – which is greatness. And I finally feel like my band and I are at a point where greatness is something we can achieve. To everyone that’s supported us so far on our journey, thank you. We look forward to seeing you and a bunch of our new friends on the Down Home Tour.” Neon Union will be joining Allen for most dates, which makes sense as they are signed to his new production and management company, "JAB Entertainment." Allen's shows in San Antonio and Milwaukee will just have Allen. Tickets go on sale Friday, December 10 at 10 AM local time. 

Josh Turner's tour took him away from his family for 16 days this fall, which was the longest he's been apart from his wife and songs since he entered into country music. "I was occupied, but there were days where I was homesick," he explains. "It was heart-wrenching. I'm like, 'If I'm struggling this much and after 16 days, I can't even imagine [a military deployment]. How do people survive that?" That kind of sacrifice is what he sings about in his new Christmas Song, "Soldier's Gift," which is the only outside original cut on his new holiday album "King Size Manager." It was written by Scooter Carusoe and Tom Douglas, and the lyrics talk about soldiers' sacrifices, like missing Christmas with their families, to keep all Americans safe. "It's a humble reminder that we are able to celebrate Christmas freely here in this country because of our men and women in uniform," Josh explains. "I was convicted of the fact that every year throughout my life, I've celebrated Christmas, and I've kind of taken that for granted. I'm honestly baffled that somebody hasn't written this song before."

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