Mat Kearney Performs Exclusively For Billboard’s TMI +

Kicked off Headlining Tour This Week!

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The Music Insider right here. This week, TMI presents an interview and intimate performance by Oregon-bred singer/songwriter Mat Kearney, who is currently touring the U.S. through the end of February in support of his album, “Young Love,” which went all the way to No. 4 on the Billboard 200 last year. Host Downtown Julie Brown also serving up TMI’s regular slate of features including the latest headlines, music fashion, a count down of the top 10 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 alongside our chart expert Keith Caulfield, and more. You don’t want to miss it, so keep it right here.

See the Interview and Watch the Exclusive Performance of “Hey Mama” NOW!

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Mat kicked off the second portion of his Young Love headlining tour yesterday in Raleigh, North Carolina! After having huge success on his first round of dates in the fall supporting his 3rd studio album, Mat is back on the road and ready for more. Check out the dates below to see if he’s coming through your city!

Jan.     19th Lincoln Theater                         Raleigh, NC

20th Amos’ Southend                      Charlotte, NC

21st The Handlebar                        Greenville, SC

23rd Track 29                                  Chattanooga, TN

25th Floyds Music Store                 Tallahassee, FL

26th The Ritz Ybor                           Tampa, FL

27th The Beacham Theatre            Orlando, FL

28th Center Stage                           Atlanta, GA

30th Soul Kitchen                            Mobile, AL

31st House of Blues                        New Orleans, LA

Feb.     1st House of Blues                        Houston, TX

3rd Majestic Theatre                     Dallas, TX

4th Diamond Ballroom                  Oklahoma City, OK

7th Beaumont Club                       Kansas City, MO

9th Black Sheep                             Colorado Springs, CO

10th Ogden Theater                        Denver, CO

11th Belly Up                                   Aspen, CO

13th In the Venue                            Salt Lake City, UT

15th Knitting Factory                       Spokane, WA

16th Showbox @ The Market          Seattle, WA

17th Roseland                                 Portland, OR

18th McDonald Theatre                  Eugene, OR

20th Knitting Factory                       Reno, NV

22nd Warfield                                  San Francisco, CA

23rd Music Box                               Los Angeles, CA

24th Access Aliante                        Las Vegas, NV

25th House of Blues                        San Diego, CA

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