So to say that my very first radio tour was a blast would be an understatement. I got to see old friends, make new friends, and do what I love in four different states. I got to admire the beauty of Ocean Way Studios, drink deliciously perfect lattes at Edgehill, and jam in a gorgeous backyard full of love, lights, cute pets, and wonderful company (Thanks Pat!). We drove by Fame studio, visited Talladega Superspeedway, and drank margaritas. We got chased by clowns (in a haunted house, thank goodness), ate way too many burritos, and surprisingly found ourselves within spitting distance of Alan Jackson (not that we ever would). We experienced the brilliance of the Time Jumpers, danced along to the Don Kelley Band at Roberts Western World, and got a little broadwaysted. We strolled along Music Row, took selfies with the Ryman, watched Chris Carmack film a scene, and tried biscuits & gravy for the first time. We visited cute antique shops, stood on the dance floor at Surf Ballroom, and got to drive through towns we never thought we’d see. We covered a lot of miles, a lot of farmland, and a lot of roadkill (ew). I got to share my music and my story with wonderful folks at 20 different radio stations, and all the while, I got to do it with my best friend. Thank you GrassRoots Promotion, thank you Holland Group, thank you country radio, thank you Chad, and thank you mom & dad for making these last few weeks happen. I’m walking away with a full heart, high hopes for the future, and lots of beautiful memories. I'm no video editor like my brother, but I wanted to put together a little something to give you a sneak peak behind the scenes. You can find the video on my Facebook Page by clicking HERE :) I hope you enjoy!!