Direct Support On Rob Thomas' 44+ Date Chip Tooth Smile Tour This Summer

Slated For Stagecoach Festival, Tortuga Music Festival, Country Thunder Arizona And More

NASHVILLE, TENN. (March 22, 2019) — Black River Entertainment artist Abby Anderson is "poised to become a breakout artist” (The Washington Post), and her new song “GOOD LORD” is available everywhere now. Co-written by Anderson, Josh Kerr (Keith Urban, Dylan Scott, Kelsea Ballerini) and Jordan Minton (Dan + Shay, Keith Urban, Danielle Bradbery), the song flaunts a soulful mix of the 22-year-old's lavish, spirited vocals, backed by a steel guitar-laced, infectious rhythm. The single is set to impact Country radio Monday, April 15th.

Already earning more than 25 million streams worldwide, the Texas-bred musician -- who “is as ultra-gregarious in personal conversation as she is sensitive in her recordings” (Billboard) -- kicked off 2019 making her international debut at C2C in London. Anderson has toured with Bobby Bones, Russell Dickerson, Brett Eldredge and Chase Rice, and she recently joined fellow country singer Jimmie Allen for a “radiant” (Billboard) rendition of the award-winning song “Shallow.” The cover was praised by The New York Times, noting the two R&B-inclined vocalists "harness the song’s raw power and shellac it with a layer of controlled cool.”

"Armed with a big voice and exuberant stage presence” (Rolling Stone Country), Anderson will open for Rob Thomas as direct support on his 44+ date Chip Tooth Smile Tour across the US, with stops in New York City, Los Angeles, Nashville and beyond, beginning in Red Bank, NJ, on Tuesday, May 28th. Additionally, she’ll perform at this year’s Stagecoach Festival, Tortuga Music Festival, Country Thunder Arizona, and more. For tickets and more information, please visit


*denotes opening for Rob Thomas’ “Chip Tooth Smile Tour”

Thurs. Mar. 21

Detroit, MI

99.5 WYCD’s Jammin’ For Joseph

Mon. Apr. 01

Nashville, TN

Bobby Bones Presents the Class of 2019

Fri. Apr. 12

Florence, AZ

Country Thunder Arizona

Sun. Apr. 14

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Tortuga Music Festival

Tues. Apr. 23

Nashville, TN

Grand Ole Opry

Sun. Apr. 28

Indio, CA

Stagecoach 2019

Sat. May 04

Frisco, TX

Off The Rails Country Music Fest

Thurs. May 23

Charlotte, NC

Romare Bearden Park

Tues. May 28

Red Bank, NJ*

Count Basie Center for the Arts

Thurs. May 30

Battle Creek, MI*

Firekeepers Casino Hotel

Fri. May 31

Northfield, OH*

Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park

Sat. Jun. 01

Rochester Hills, MI*

Meadow Brook Amphitheatre

Mon. Jun. 03

Cincinnati, OH*

PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center

Tues. Jun. 04

Indianapolis, IN*

Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park

Thurs. Jun. 06

Highland Park, IL*

Ravinia Festival

Fri. Jun. 07

Madison, WI*

Breese Stevens Field

Sat. Jun. 08

Prior Lake, MN*

Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

Mon. Jun. 10

Denver, CO*

Levitt Pavilion Denver

Tues. Jun. 11

Salt Lake City, UT*

The Depot

Thurs. Jun. 13

Woodinville, WA*

Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery

Fri. Jun. 14

Portland, OR*

Theater Of The Clouds

Sun. Jun. 16

Saratoga, CA*

Mountain Winery

Tues. Jun. 18

Los Angeles, CA*

The Greek Theatre

Thurs. Jun. 20

San Diego, CA*


Fri. Jun. 21

Las Vegas, NV*

Zappos Theater

Sun. Jun. 23

Phoenix, AZ*

Comerica Theatre

Tues. Jun. 25

Austin, TX*

ACL Live

Wed. Jun. 26

Irving, TX*

LiveNation Pavilion At Toyota Music Factory

Fri. Jun. 28

Sugar Land, TX*

Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land

Sat. Jun. 29

New Orleans, LA*

Saenger Theatre

Sun. Jun. 30

Tuscaloosa, AL*

Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

Tues. Jul. 02

Boca Raton, FL*

Mizner Park Amphitheater

Wed. Jul. 03

Orlando, FL*

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Fri. Jul. 05

St. Petersburg, FL*

Mahaffey Theater

Sat. Jul. 06

Jacksonville, FL*

Daily's Place

Mon. Jul. 08

Atlanta, GA*

State Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park

Tues. Jul. 09

Nashville, TN*

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

Thurs. Jul. 11

Raleigh, NC*

Red Hat Amphitheater

Fri. Jul. 12

Washington, DC*

The Anthem

Sat. Jul. 13

Philadelphia, PA*

The Met Philadelphia

Mon. Jul. 15

Bethlehem, PA*

Sands Bethlehem

Wed. Jul. 17

Englewood, NJ*

Bergen Performing Arts Center

Thurs. Jul. 18

Boston, MA*

Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion

Sun. Jul. 21

Canandaigua, NY*

CMAC Performing Arts Center

Tues. Jul. 23

Syracuse, NY*

Lakeview Amphitheater

Wed. Jul. 24

Saratoga Springs, NY*

Saratoga Performing Arts Center

Thurs. Jul. 25

Gilford, NH*

Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion

Sat. Jul. 27

Atlantic City, NJ*

Borgata Event Center

Mon. Jul. 29

New York, NY*

Beacon Theatre

Tues. Jul. 30

New York, NY*

Beacon Theatre

Fri. Aug. 02

Port Chester, NY*

The Capitol Theatre

Sat. Aug. 03

Morristown, NJ*

Mayo Performing Arts Center

Sun. Aug. 04

Uncasville, CT*

Mohegan Sun


The anticipated follow-up single, “GOOD LORD,” from Black River Entertainment songwriter/artist Abby Anderson is digitally available now and set to impact Country radio on 4/15. This summer, Anderson is slated to open as direct support for Rob Thomas on Thomas’s 44-date Chip Tooth Smile Tour, kicking off on May 28th in Red Bank, NJ and running through August 4th with stops in New York City, Los Angeles, and Nashville with additional performances at music festivals including Stagecoach, Off the Rails, Country Thunder, and Tortuga. Marking her first international appearance, the Dallas, TX native made her debut performance at C2C in London on March 8th. Teaming up with fellow country newcomer Jimmie Allen, Anderson and Allen released a cover the GRAMMY and Oscar Award winning song, “Shallow” from the Oscar-nominated film A Star is Born. Watch the music video of their version here. Named one of The Bobby Bones Show’s “Class of 2019,” Anderson is also one of MusicRow’s “Next Big Thing for 2019,” and is included in Sounds Like Nashville’s “19 New Country Artists to Watch in 2019.” Since the release of her debut EP I’m Good, Anderson has earned over 25 million streams, caught the attention of fans worldwide and has had the privilege to open for some of Country's brightest stars including Bobby Bones, Billy Currington, Devin Dawson, Russell Dickerson, Brett Eldredge, Walker Hayes, Chase Rice, and more. Making her Grand Ole Opry debut in 2018, Anderson received a rare standing ovation following the performance of her first song, "Make Him Wait." For more information and tour dates on Abby Anderson, please visit and follow her on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.


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