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Jerrod Niemann Planning Fall Tour

(Nashville, TN) -- Jerrod Niemann is plotting out more shows for this fall. The country star has unveiled the first ten dates of his own "Get Your Buzz Back Tour," which he'll launch at the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on October 24th. The singer says he's eager to perform, and jokes that there are only a few gigs he wouldn't take.

Jerrod has been on the road this year supporting his latest album, "High Noon." He's spending time this summer playing a mix of his own dates and opening shows for Keith Urban. The singer's upcoming appearances include a headlining performance at the 2014 All Ohio Balloon Fest in Marysvale, Ohio on Thursday. He'll be with Urban in Holmdel, New Jersey on Friday.

Jerrod Niemann's "Get Your Buzz Back Tour" Dates

October 24 - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, at the House of Blues
October 31 - Silver Spring, Maryland, at The Fillmore
November 6 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at the Theatre Of The Living Arts
November 12 - Indianapolis, Indiana, at the Egyptian Room
November 13 - Chicago, Illinois, at the House of Blues
November 14 - Cleveland, Ohio, at the House of Blues
November 15 - Detroit, Michigan, at St. Andrews Hall
November 20 - San Diego, California, at the House of Blues
December 4 - Houston, Texas, at the House of Blues
December 6 - Lake Buena Vista, Florida, at the House of Blues

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