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OLD DOMINION’S MEAT AND CANDY CONTINUES TO FEED THE COUNTRY MUSIC FAN’S SOUL

OLD DOMINION’S MEAT AND CANDY CONTINUES TO FEED THE COUNTRY MUSIC FAN’S SOUL 
ACM
Best New Vocal Duo/Group of the Year and AIMP Breakthrough of the Year
winners now 2016 ACCA Breakthrough Group/Duo of the Year Victors
Second Single “Snapback” Top 5-and-Climbing 
Indio, CALIF. (Tuesday, May 3, 2016) – The Press-Enterprise raved Old Dominion brought “fun summer vibes” and The Desert Sun noted
Stagecoach-goers were “impressed by Old Dominion’s modern country” when
the five-piece band made their debut on the Mane Stage at the 10th
Anniversary of the festival May 1. But it was later that night that the
enormity of the weekend sank in following a win for Breakthrough
Group/Duo of the Year on the ACC Awards on FOX. 
“When
we started this band, winning awards never crossed our minds,” shares
frontman Matthew Ramsey who, like his bandmates, have celebrated
successes as songwriters before having hit records as a band. “We just
wanted to make the best music we could. But winning this award really
shows us that the years of work we have put into this are paying off in
ways we never dreamed of. We owe so much to our families, our management
team, our record label, country radio and our FANS for embracing what
we do and making us feel at home in the country music family!” 
The
win follows on the heels of earlier 2016 award wins at the Academy of
Country Music Awards for Best New Vocal Duo/Group of the Year and the
Association of Independent Music Publisher Awards (AIMPs) last month for
Artist/Writer of the Year. Additionally, Ramsey, Trevor Rosen and Brad
Tursi all individually took home CMA Triple Play Awards presented to top
songwriters who have penned more than three No. 1 hits within a one
year period in the Country format. 
With
an estimated 160 dates on the books in 2016—and it being a lighter year
than 2015—Old Dominion are already looking to their next studio album,
taking advantage of a break in touring to again join GRAMMY-winning
producer Shane McAnally, their co-conspirator on Meat and Candy, in the studio to work on their upcoming second album. Old Dominion’s Trevor Rosen shared with The Press-Enterprise, “We’re working on new music. We’re writing and working up some new stuff and we’ll hopefully start recording in the fall.” 
The five-piece band, consisting of Ramsey, Rosen, Geoff Sprung, Brad Tursi, and Whit Sellers, which Rolling Stone Country
notes is “building on the country-band blueprint set by the likes of
Alabama and adding some fuzzy guitars, catchy licks and even a little
rap that shoots for stadiums, not saloons” is on the road in 2016 on
select headlining Meat and Candy Tour dates as well as direct support for Kenny Chesney on his Spread The Love Tour amphitheater, arena and shed dates as well as his stadium stops along with Miranda Lambert and Sam Hunt.

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