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C2C 2020 Main Stage Introductions: Jordan Davis

Following on from the success of his first visit to the UK last October where he opened up for Old Dominion, it is a very swift return to the UK for Jordan Davis who makes his Country to Country debut this year on the main stage. The Louisiana native who has previously toured with the likes of Old Dominion, Kip Moore, Rascal Flatts and Jillian Jacqueline in addition to earlier this year appearing at Luke Bryan’s ‘Crash My Playa’ in Mexico is currently on his ‘Trouble Town Tour’ where Hailey Whitters and fellow C2C debutante Kassi Ashton have joined him for select dates and we expect him to be equally as popular for his first appearances at Europe’s largest country music festival.

Davis who has recently become a father for the first time since his last trip across the Atlantic, you may know from all of the singles from his debut album ‘Home State’ released through MCA Nashville: ‘Slow Dance in a Parking Lot’, Take It From Me’ and number one song ‘Singles You Up’ hitting the top ten in the United States where the album has attracted well in excess of half a billion streams.

His sound is highly creative and innovative and incorporates elements of R&B and modern pop to generate a really relevant contemporary country sound which is conveyed perfectly in his current single ‘Cool Anymore’ which is a duet with the incredible multi platinum selling, Grammy nominated songstress Julia Michaels which is available to stream and download HERE.

Jordan Davis plays the main stage at C2C Country to Country in London, Glasgow and Dublin. You can find all his upcoming tour news and keep up to date with Jordan on his website and socials:

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March 13—Glasgow, UK—SSE Hydro
March 14—Dublin, Ireland—3Arena
March 15—London, UK—The O2 Arena

C2C Country To Country is Europe’s largest country music festival taking place in Berlin (6th, 7th & 8th March) and Amsterdam (7th & 8th March) before 3 nights at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, 3Arena in Dublin and the flagship event at London’s O2 Arena over the weekend of March 13th-15th. Full information on the festival HERE which includes information and ticket links for all venues.

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