Rolling Stone Picks OD as “New Artist You Need To Know”

A huge thank you to Rolling Stone for selecting OD as one of the top ten new artists you need to know. Here’s what they said:

“This Nashville five-piece has been a backstage force on Music Row for years — penning songs for the likes of the Band Perry and Luke Bryan. Now, on the heels of a tour with Chase Rice and a bubbling hit, “Shut Me Up,” Old Dominion are seeking to claim new territory. They’re 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.”

Read more HERE >>

The New EP Available Now!

IT’S OFFICIAL! OD’s self-titled debut EP is now available! The five-track EP, produced by Shane McAnally, includes fan favorite “Break Up With Him” as well as the current single “Shut Me Up,” which has seen success on Sirius XM’s The Highway and has also reached nearly 1.7 million streams on Spotify and is available on iTunes.

The band will be chatting with Storme Warren on Sirius XM’s “The Drive” about the new album and what’s in store for the fall. Additionally, the band and its single “Shut Me Up” will be featured on ABC’s hit show Nashville on Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 9 p.m. CT / 10 ET.

Don’t forget to catch OD on tour with Chase Rice for his Ignite the Night Tour. They will also play the Grand Ole Opry stage on Oct. 14 and headline a show at Mercy Lounge on Nov. 19.

GET THE NEW EP HERE >>

Taste of Country Gives “Shut Me Up” A Thumbs Up

Taste of Country recently reviewed “Shut Me Up” and offered up a stellar review, calling it “the perfect song to end the summer”.

Take a second to check out the full, extensive review HERE>>

Don’t forget to keep reaching out to online sites and blogs you frequent as well as your local radio stations to request the single. They’re hearing you and it’s working!

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Old Dominion to Open for Chase Rice’s Ignite The Night Tour

OD will be opening for Chase Rice on several dates of his Ignite The Night tour, which kicks off in Denver on September 5th. Keep on eye on the dates, and be sure check the band out when they’re near you. A pre-sale for the tour will begin August 13 at www.ChaseRice.com, with tickets officially on sale Friday, August 15.

Old Dominion Ignite The Night Dates:
September 20, 2014 Banita Creek Hall | Nacogdoches, TX
October 2, 2014 House of Blues | Boston, MA
October 4, 2014 Stone Pony | Asbury Park, NJ
October 11, 2014 The Fillmore | Charlotte, NC
October 24, 2014 Revolution Concert House | Garden City, ID
October 25, 2014 Showbox SoDo | Seattle, WA
October 26, 2014 Crystal Ballroom | Portland, OR
October 27, 2014 Martin Woldson Theatre at the Fox | Spokane, WA
October 31, 2014 House of Blues | Las Vegas, NV
November 1, 2014 House of Blues | San Diego, CA
December 18, 2014 The Ritz | Raleigh, NC
December 19, 2014 The Fillmore Silver Spring | Silver Spring, MD
December 20, 2014 Irving Plaza | New York, NY

“Shut Me Up” Lyric Video

OLD DOMINION NOTORIETY BOLSTERED BY SIRIUSXM AIRPLAY

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – July 1, 2014 – Old Dominion may not yet be a household name, but its members are behind many of the songs we hear in country music today. Comprised of Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen, Whit Sellers, Geoff Sprung and Brad Tursi, during the past 10 years of writing and honing their sound as a band, a number of their songs have been recorded and released by an impressive list that includes The Band Perry, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Craig Morgan, Jake Owen, Keith Urban, Chris Young. And while it has been nice to experience radio success as songwriters, the band has their scope unwaveringly aimed at delivering their music personally to the people—a dream that is fast becoming reality.

That swagger, combined with an electrifying live show can be seen at fairs and festivals this summer including Faster Horses Festival, Oregon Jamboree, and headlining New Mexico State Fair. Having made their Grand Ole Opry debut earlier this year, Old Dominion will also be returning to the Opry stage on Wednesday, July 9.