Dillon Carmichael Lands Big Tour Opening Opportunities for 2019

One of the biggest discoveries in 2018 was Dillon Carmichael and his debut, Dave Cobb-produced album Hell On An Angel. This hard country, heart-pounding honky tonk record was nominated for Saving Country Music’s Album of the Year, and put this young man with a country music pedigree on the radar of the real country crowd as a torchbearer for years to come.

In early 2019, Carmichael will be heading out tour, getting a chance to prove himself on the stage, including playing for big crowds as an opener for the legendary Dwight Yoakam, as well as primary support on Aaron Lewis’s upcoming “The State I’m In” tour. This will give Carmichael some theater-level exposure to crowds thirsty for quality country. He’ll also be playing his own headliner shows in his home state of Kentucky, as well as North Carolina and West Virginia to start out the year.

From the tiny town of Burgin, Kentucky, Dillon Carmichael is the grandson of Harold Montgomery, who was a respected Kentucky country singer, and Harold Carmichael, who was a member of The Carmichael Brothers. More famously, he’s the nephew of country music performers Eddie Montgomery, and John Michael Montgomery. Dillon first signed a songwriting deal before he finished high school at the age of 18, and signed with Riser House to release his debut album last October.

Dillon Carmichael Tour Dates:

1/18 Versailles, KY / The Kentucky Castle

1/19 Versailles, KY / The Kentucky Castle

1/22 Charlotte, NC / Coyote Joe’s / WSOC Guitar Pull

1/26 Parkersburg, WV / West Virginia Polo Club

2/01 Galveston, TX / The Grand 1894 Opera House w/ Aaron Lewis

2/02 Pharr, TX / Pharr Events Center w/ Aaron Lewis

2/08 Augusta, GA / Miller Theater w/ Aaron Lewis

2/09 Jacksonville, FL / Florida Theater w/ Aaron Lewis

2/10 Tampa, FL / Tampa Theater w Aaron Lewis

2/11 Melbourne, FL / Maxwell C. King Center w/ Aaron Lewis

2/16 Huntsville, AL / Side Tracks Music Hall

2/17 North Little Rock, AR / Verizon Theater w/ Dwight Yoakam

2/21 Springfield, IL / Sangamon Auditorium w/ Dwight Yoakam

2/23 Wheeling, WV / Capitol Theater w/ Dwight Yoakam

2/24 Charleston, WV / Clay Center w/ Dwight Yoakam

2/28 Durham, NC / Carolina Theater of Durham w/ Aaron Lewis

3/01 Charleston, SC / Charleston Music Hall w/ Aaron Lewis

3/02 Macon, GA / Grand Opera House w/ Aaron Lewis

3/07 Effingham, IL / Effingham Performance Center w/ Aaron Lewis

3/08 Springfield, MO / Gillioz Theater w/ Aaron Lewis

3/09 Oklahoma City, OK / The Criterion w/ Aaron Lewis

3/10 Davenport, IA / Adler Theater w/ Aaron Lewis

3/14 Zanesville, OH / Secrest Auditorium w/ Aaron Lewis

3/15 Owensboro, KY / Owensboro Convention Center w/ Aaron Lewis

3/16 Huntington, WV / Big Sandy Superstore Arena w/ Aaron Lewis

3/21 Madison, WI / Barrymore Theater w/ Aaron Lewis

3/23 Milwaukee, WI / Eagles Ballroom w/ Aaron Lewis

3/24 Sioux Falls, SD / The District w/ Aaron Lewis

3/27 Joliet IL / Rialto Square Theater w/ Aaron Lewis

3/28 Tiffin, OH / The Ritz Theater w/ Aaron Lewis

3/29 Akron, OH / Akron Civic Center w/ Aaron Lewis

3/30 Elkhart, IN / The Lerner w/ Aaron Lewis