Russell Dickerson Sells Out Nashville Album Release Show

Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Russell Dickerson

Just two days before his debut album Yours is released on Triple Tigers Records, rising country star Russell Dickerson kicked off his street week with a sold-out show in his hometown of Nashville.

Dickerson celebrated with an album release party at neighboring bar Hurry Back, before fans packed Exit/In Wednesday night (Oct. 11) for his album release show.

During the industry pre-party, Dickerson was presented with an RIAA Gold plaque for his hit single, “Yours,” which he co-wrote with Parker Welling and producer Casey Brown.

Pictured (L-R): Dennis Entertainment’s John Dennis, Triple Tigers Records GM Norbert Nix, Russell Dickerson, Triple Tigers Records SVP Promotion Kevin Herring. Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Russell Dickerson

Artist Hannah Ellis opened the show before joining the crowd for Dickerson’s performance of fan favorites including “Billions” and streaming hit “Blue Tacoma.”

“This is something I’ve dreamed of doing since I started playing guitar at sixteen. I’ve always dreamed of writing songs,” Dickerson told his fans. “I grew up in Nashville and always went to every show at Rocketown and wanted to be that guy on the stage. Y’all are making it happen.”

After leaving the stage, screaming fans cheered Dickerson back on for an encore performance of the title track “Yours” to close out the show.

Fans lined up around the block for the sold-out show at Exit/In. Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Russell Dickerson

Fans can pre-order Yours here to immediately receive six songs of the album, and the album in its entirety will be out this Friday, Oct. 13.

Yours Track Listing:

1. Every Little Thing
2. Yours
3. Blue Tacoma
4. Billions
5. All Fall Down
6. Float
8. Would You Love Me
9. Low Key
10. You Look Like a Love Song
11. twentysomething
12. Yours (Wedding Edition)


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