iTunes Singer-Songwriter Chart Topper Tyrone Wells Streams New Track “All You Gotta Do Is Dream”

Los Angeles Singer-Songwriter Tyrone Wells has posted a free stream of the track “All You Gotta Do Is Dream” from his new record “This Love” on his Soundcloud page. The album recently debuted as the #2 iTunes Singer-Songwriter Album.

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Tyrone will be headlining his 11th national tour spanning 40 dates starting in February 2013.

Spring 2013 Tour

2/21 – Santa Barbara, CA¹
2/22 – San Luis Obispo, CA¹
2/23 – San Francisco, CA¹
2/24 – Sacramento, CA¹
2/26 – Boise, ID¹
2/27 – Spokane, WA¹

3/1 – Portland, OR¹
3/2 – Seattle, WA (early)
3/2 – Seattle, WA (late)¹
3/7 – Provo, UT
3/8 – Denver, CO²
3/9 – Denver, CO²
3/10 – Omaha, NE²
3/12 – Lawrence, KS²
3/13 – St. Louis, MO²
3/14 – Iowa City, IA²
3/15 – Minneapolis, MN²
3/16 – Chicago, IL²
3/17 – Ann Arbor, MI²
3/19 – Pittsburgh, PA²
3/21 – Fairfield, CT²
3/22 – Boston, MA²
3/23 – New York, NY²
3/24 – New York, NY²

4/3 – Philadelphia, PA²
4/4 – Washington, DC²
4/5 – Decatur, GA²
4/6 – Decatur, GA²
4/7 – Nashville, TN²
4/9 – Birmingham, AL²
4/11 – New Orleans, LA²
4/12 – Houston, TX³
4/13 – Austin, TX³
4/14 – Dallas, TX³
4/16 – Phoenix, AZ³
4/18 – San Jaun Capistrano, CA³
4/19 – San Diego, CA³
4/20 – West Hollywood, CA³

¹ Graham Colton opens
² Brendan James opens
³ Wakey! Wakey! opens

Brett Young opens all shows

Check Tyrone’s Facebook page for additional show info.



Photo by Max Roper


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