Charles Kelley will release his first solo album, The Driver, on Friday (Feb. 5). The singer-songwriter will celebrate the project with appearances on Good Morning America (Feb. 3), Watch What Happens Live (Feb. 4), and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (Feb. 5).
Additionally, Kelley will embark on The Driver Tour for several dates in April and May. Kelley will bring brother Josh Kelley along as a special guest.
“This album was all about just making something I could be really proud of,” said Kelley. “So, to hear some of the early feedback that people are into the handful of songs that we’ve shared so far really confirms that taking this creative risk was worth it. It’s going to be great to get back out on the road now that we’ve got a full album of new songs to work with, and to have my brother out there with me is going to make it even cooler.”
Several of these tour dates are fulfillments, after they were postponed in December 2015. The tour is presented by Enterprise.
Beginning Friday at charleskelley.com, fans will receive a download of the new album with every ticket transaction.
The Driver Tour Dates:
April 9: Washington, D.C.; The Fillmore
April 11: Boston, Massachusetts; House of Blues
April 13: Cleveland, Ohio; House of Blues
April 14: Chicago, Illinois; House of Blues
April 15: St Louis, Missouri; The Pageant
April 23: Anaheim, California; House of Blues
April 24: San Jose, California; Club Rodeo
April 26: Los Angeles, California; Troubadour
May 1: Houston, Texas; House of Blues
May 3: Nashville, Tennessee; 3rd & Lindsley
May 6: Athens, Georgia; Georgia Theater
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