Bill Abernathy is somewhat new in the country music industry but he is already making a name for himself. The singer just announced his tour so that country music fans can watch him perform live.

Bill Abernathy Announces Tour

Bill Abernathy has vaulted onto the national and international music radar with the release of his latest chart-topping and critically acclaimed album, Crossing Willow Creek. His first single from the album, “Cry Wolf” reached New Music Weekly country chart Top 5 status, while charting on the iTunes US rock singles Top 100. These chart achievements will soon help him get a bigger reach and new audiences.

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This cross-genre appeal of Bill Abernathy’s music has earned him respect from many of his fellow country artists. His follow up singles, “Changes” and “Can’t Go Back” have solidified Abernathy’s stronghold on the Americana charts. With a combined total of well over 1 million streams of the first three singles, Abernathy’s music has clearly been endorsed by the newer generation of country music fans.

On December 21, 2019, the up and coming country artist embarks on his “Living The Dream” solo tour. Dates have already been announced in Texas, Missouri, Colorado, and New Mexico, with more dates to be added. Here are the tour dates for the country singer and make sure to book a ticket for you and your family.

Tour Dates:

12/21/19
The Living Stage, St. Louis, MO

1/15/20
Notsuoh, Houston, TX

1/16/20
Carousel Lounge, Austin, TX

1/17/20
Opa! Coffee & Wine Bar, Austin, TX

1/24/20
Black Shirt Brewing Co, Denver CO

1/25/20
San Luis Valley Brewing Company, Alamosa, CO

1/26/20
Corrales Bistro Brewery, Corrales, NM

1/31/20
Red Velvet Underground, Albuquerque, NM

The country singer shares his sentiments about his sudden success:

“The digital world has been so good to ‘Crossing Willow Creek,’ we have decided to step out out of the studio and out of cyber land to meet our fans face to face,” said Bill Abernathy. “I am so excited to meet you and hear your stories and tell you a few of mine through the songs. Remember, if you hear a song that sounds like it was written about you, it may have been.”

Listen to one of his songs here: