3X CCMA ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR DALLAS SMITH MAKES HIS RYMAN DEBUT

3X CCMA ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR DALLAS SMITH MAKES HIS RYMAN DEBUT

Dallas Smith makes his Ryman Auditorium debut | Image by Chris Hornbuckle | Download Here

NASHVILLE, TENN. – Big Loud Records international country star and 3X CCMA Entertainer of the Year Dallas Smith returned to Music City last Friday night for his first-ever performance at the famed Ryman Auditorium.

Opening for country legend Trace Adkins, Smith treated a sold-out crowd 30-minutes jam packed with highlights from his storied career, including a handful of his 11 Canadian chart-toppers, rock throwback “Wasting My Time” from his run as the front man of Default in the early 2000s, current single “Hide From A Broken Heart,” and more. Rounding out the set, Smith surprised the audience with a visit from fellow Canadian Terri Clark, joining him onstage to sing their duet “One Drink Ago.”

See photos from Dallas Smith’s Ryman debut here.

Smith is set to embark on his 24-date headline Some Things Never Change tour throughout Canada starting May 24 with support from Jakes Barker Band, Meghan Patrick, and more, and will continue to release new music in 2022.

Dallas Smith makes his Ryman Auditorium debut | Image by Chris Hornbuckle | Download Here

Dallas Smith backstage at the Ryman Auditorium with Big Loud partners Craig Wiseman (L) and Joey Moi (R) | Image by Chris Hornbuckle | Download Here
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