Mat Kearney is back on the road as the main support for Train this summer, following almost a year of non-stop touring in support of his latest full-length Young Love – out now on Aware/Universal Republic. The tour kicks off July 26th inCharlotte, NC and includes stops at New York’s Central Park Summerstage on August 27th and 28th and LA’s Nokia Live on September 29th before wrapping in Phoenix on September 30th.

Mat’s soulful hip-hop infused pop propelled him to #4 on the Billboard Top 200, #1 on the Top Digital Albums Chart, and #1 on the iTunes Overall Albums Chart where he remained for a week straight upon the release of Young Love last August.  Since then, Mat has performed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Jimmy Kimmel Live and has recently been featured music on Awake, The Biggest Loser and Ready For Love.

This month, the label will take Mat’s third single from Young Love, “Sooner or Later” to commercial radio.  The song was previously featured in Google’s Zeitgeist 2011 Year End Wrap up video and served as the soundtrack for the year’s greatest moments.

Check out all the tour dates below!

Tour dates w/ Train:

Sep 11 – Tuscaloosa Amphiteatre –  Tuscaloosa, AL
Sep 12 – Mud Island Amphiteatre –  Memphis, TN
Sep 13 – Zoo Amphitheatre –  Oklahoma City, OK
Sep 14 – Cynthia Woods Pavilion – The Woodlands, TX
Sep 15 – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie –  Grand Prairie, TX
Sep 16 – WhiteWater Amphiteater –  New Braunfels, TX
Sep 19 – Red Rocks Amphiteater –  Morrison, CO
Sep 20 – Gallivan Center – Troutdale, OR
Sep 22 – Edgefield –  Portland, OR
Sep 23 – Western Washington Fair –  Puyallup, WA
Sep 25 – Queen Elizabeth Theatre – Vancouver, BC
Sep 26 – Cuthbert Amphitheater – Eugene, OR
Sep 27 – Reno Events Center – Reno, NV
Sep 28 – Greek Theater –  Berkeley, CA
Sep 29 – Nokia Theatre LA Live –  Los Angeles, CA
Sep 30 – Comerica Theatre –  Phoenix, AZ


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