One of Country music’s biggest breakout stars of the year, Priscilla Block, kicks off her Welcome To The Block Party Tour today (March 24th) in Birmingham, Alabama with upcoming dates this weekend in Huntsville, Alabama and Rome, Georgia. Her first-ever headlining tour hits 15 markets across the Southeast and Midwest including Knoxville, TN; Charlotte, NC; Houston, TX; and Dallas.
The Mercury Nashville recording artist has been on a whirlwind ride since her viral hit “Just About Over You” captured a devoted fanbase, garnered Block her first RIAA Certified Gold single, and led to her debut album, Welcome To The Block Party.
“In an album full of personality, ear candy melodies and Block’s stellar voice that sparkles across a dozen tracks, the energetic 26-year-old balances the bleak moments with a healthy dose of humor.” – Sounds Like Nashville
This year, Block was nominated for her first ACM Award for New Female Artist of the Year and is a current nominee for the upcoming CMT Music Awards for Breakthrough Video of the Year for “Just About Over You.” Block has made guest appearances on national television shows such as “The Tamron Hall Show,” “ELLEN,” and “The Kelly Clarkson Show” – inviting everyone to join the Block Party!
Her latest song “My Bar,” written by Block with Stone Aielli and Lexie Hayden, is playing on country radio now. Watch the official music video for “My Bar” HERE and see Block’s interview on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” and performance of “My Bar” HERE.
Welcome To The Block Party Tour Dates:
March 24 Birmingham, AL Zydeco
March 25 Huntsville, AL Sidetracks Music Hall
March 26 Rome, GA Peaches
March 31 Decatur, GA Eddie’s Attic
April 1 Oxford, MS Proud Larry’s
April 2 Hattiesburg, MS Brewsky’s
April 7 Knoxville, TN Open Chord Music
April 8 Charlotte, NC Coyote Joe’s
April 9 Savannah, GA District Live
April 14 Springfield, MO The Outland Ballroom
April 15 Columbia, MO Rose Music Hall
April 16 Peoria, IL Crusens
April 21 Houston, TX The Rustic
April 22 San Antonio, TX The Rustic
April 23 Dallas, TX Ferris Wheelers Backyard & BBQ
“It’s a refreshing and accomplished pop-country debut album, and an ambitious one too… The sheer scale of some of the album’s choruses – on “My Bar,” “Heels in Hand,” “Wish You Were the Whiskey” and others – recalls the power country of the 1990s and early 2000s, when the genre was taking its cues from arena rock, and when its pop ambitions were unfettered. Nothing about this album is shy.” – The New York Times
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