Blanco Brown is giving fans a sneak preview of what to expect from his newly-launched headlining tour with a very special performance video, premiering exclusively at The Boot today.

Earlier this week, the genre-bending talent kicked off his Monster Energy Outbreak Tour, which will stop in cities across the U.S. through December. To mark the occasion, Brown teamed up with director Taylor Kelly to capture all the joyful magic and pulsating energy that flows from the stage during Brown's live shows. Watch below.

"Nobody's More Country" is the first taste of brand-new music from the 37-year-old musical innovator, created during his recovery from a near-fatal 2020 motorcycle accident. Blanco, who burst onto the music scene with his joyful 2019 viral hit "The Git Up," says he's grateful for the opportunity to return to the road and reconnect with fans for his first lengthy headlining trek.

The opportunity to return to the road and reconnect with fans for his first lengthy headlining trek is one that is particularly special to the 37-year-old innovator.

"Growing up, if anyone had told me I’d be doing my own headlining tour, I never would have believed it," Blanco says. “It’s such an amazing feeling, hitting the road on the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour. I’m excited to get to present my own show and connect with my fans in my own way. It’s go time!!!”

A full list of Monster Energy Outbreak Tour dates can be found below. Additional ticketing information is available here. Keep up with Blanco Brown by following him on Instagram and TikTok, or listening via Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and YouTube.

Monster Energy Outbreak Tour Presents: Blanco Brown Tour Dates:

Oct. 7 - Huntington, W.V. @ The Loud
Oct. 13 - Columbus, Ohio @ The Bluestone
Oct. 14 - Lexington, Ky. @ Manchester Music Hall
Oct. 15 - West Chester, Ohio @ Lori’s Roadhouse Live
Oct. 20 - Sauget, Ill. @ Pop’s Concert Venue
Oct. 21 - Indianapolis, Ind. @ 8 Seconds Saloon
Nov. 3 - Harrisburg, Pa. @ Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center
Nov. 4 - Worcester, Mass. @ Off The Rails
Nov. 5 - Jersey City, N.J. @ White Eagle Hall
Nov. 9 - Charlotte, N.C. @ The Underground
Nov. 10 - Atlanta, Ga. @ The Loft at Center Stage Theater
Nov. 11 - Fernandina Beach, Fla. @ Sadler Ranch
Dec. 1 - Minneapolis, Minn. @ Varsity Theater
Dec. 2 - Chicago, Ill. @ Joe’s Bar
Dec. 3 - Fort Wayne, Ind. @ Piere’s Entertainment Center

Top 10 Country Albums of the 1990s

Country music came into its own in a big way during the 1990s. With more FM radio stations offering artists exposure, blockbuster album sales followed -- as did superstardom for acts such as Shania Twain and Garth Brooks, both of whom had multiple full-length projects be certified diamond, for shipping in excess of 10 million albums.

Yet the '90s also introduced several new acts that would shape country music for decades to come, and found veteran artists receiving a bump in notoriety (and record sales), courtesy of a mainstream musical climate that embraced the genre like never before. Read on for The Boot's picks for the Top 10 Country Albums of the 1990s.

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