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Old Dominion’s sky-scraping anthems and electrifying live shows have put the multi-Platinum-selling band prominently at the forefront of country music. Fusing clever lyrics and an infectious sound, their lyrical wit and hook-heavy songwriting has certainly proved to be a winning formula for Nashville’s hottest band. It’s no wonder Rolling Stone cited Old Dominion as “one of mainstream country music’s most popular live groups.” As songwriters, they’ve delivered major hits for Keith Urban (“Wild Hearts”), Sam Hunt (“Make You Miss Me”), Blake Shelton (“Sangria”), Kelsea Ballerini (“I Hate Love Songs”), Dierks Bentey (“Say You Do”), Band Perry (“Better Dig Two”) and Kenny Chesney (the three-week No. 1 “Save It For A Rainy Day”). As Old Dominion, lead singer/guitarist Matthew Ramsey, multi- instrumentalist/vocalist Trevor Rosen, guitarist vocalist Brad Tursi, multi-rhythmic section bassist Geoff Sprung and drummer Whit Sellers bring all their influences into a sound unlike any in country music; but more importantly, they became a band through countless years on the road as friends first, business second. Since breaking onto the music scene in, the band has notched nine No. 1 singles at country radio, surpassed five billion on-demand streams, earned a dozen RIAA Platinum and Gold single certifications, and headlined arenas and amphitheatres around the globe. The band are currently the reigning 6X ACM and 5X CMA “Group of the Year.” Most recently, the band took home their record-breaking sixth successive win for “Group of The Year” at the 2023 ACM Awards. They also earned nominations for “Album of the Year” and “Vocal Group of the Year” at the 2022 CMA Awards. During the latter, their win for “Vocal Group of the Year” marked their fifth successive award in the category. In addition to their massive radio and streaming successes, fan demand for Old Dominion’s live shows is evident week after week as the band headline sold-out arenas. They continue to break their own ticket sales records, in addition to a string of venue records, as fans can’t get enough of their stadium-worthy set. However, it’s just the beginning for the most dynamic band in the genre.