Rising Country superstar MASON RAMSEY is gearing up for his headlining HOW’S UR GIRL & HOW’S UR FAMILY PT. 2 this fall, and pumping up the talent with special support by ERNESTAVENUE BEATJENNA PAULETTE, and MADISON KOZAK.

“I hope y’all are ready,” shares Ramsey. “I had a lot of fun on my own first tour last spring! Avenue Beat, Ernest, Jenna [Paulette], and Madison [Kozak] are all so cool and I can’t wait to go on the road with them.”

Beginning October 2 at the Georgia Theatre in Athens, GA, the rip-roaring trek will hit major cities – including New York, NY (Gramercy Theatre), Chicago, IL (Joe’s on Weed Street), and West Hollywood, CA (The Roxy Theatre) – through late November. The anticipated tour follows Ramsey’s sold-out spring run, as well as his historic role as the youngest artist ever billed to a Las Vegas residency with FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS, and serving as direct support for labelmate Chris Lane.

The next leg of HOW’S UR GIRL & HOW’S UR FAMILY PT. 2 comes on the heels of Ramsey’s sophomore TWANG EP, released in July via Big Loud Records/Atlantic Records, which featured the fan-favorite title track, “Twang,” and “Puddle of Love” – marking the first time Ramsey has been credited as a co-writer. The EP received critical acclaim, including praise from Rolling StoneThe FADERSPIN, and The New York Times who noted that the 5-track collection featured, “Ramsey singing way beyond his years.” In addition to all this, he also earned a spot on Variety’s 2019 Young Hollywood list.

2 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre*~
3 – Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse*~
4 – Knoxville, TN – Cotton Eyed Joe*~
5 – Greensboro, NC – Cone Denim Entertainment Center*~
8 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry*~
10 – New York, NY – Gramercy Theatre*~
11 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall*~
12 – College Park, MD – MilkBoy ArtHouse*~
17 – Oklahoma City, OK – Tower Theatre*~
18 – Columbia, MO – The Blue Note*~
19 – Lawrence, KS – The Granada Theater*~
24 – Indianapolis, IN – Deluxe at Old National Centre*^
25 – Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall*^
26 – Charlottesville, VA – The Jefferson Theater*^
30 – Oxford, OH – Brick Street Bar – SOLD OUT*~
31 – Lansing, MI – The Loft*~
1 – Chicago, IL – Joe's on Weed Street*~
2 – Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line*~
7 – Oxford, MS – The Lyric Oxford*^
8 – Birmingham, AL – WorkPlay Theatre*^
9 – Columbia, SC – The Senate*^
15 – Charlotte, NC – Coyote Joe’s*^
19 – West Hollywood, CA – The Roxy Theatre
20 – San Diego, CA – House of Blues*+
22 – Bakersfield, CA – Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace*
23 – San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall*+

Click here for press photos of ERNEST, AVENUE BEAT, JENNA PAULETTE, and MADISON KOZAK.

For more information about Mason Ramsey, including his TWANG EP and headlining HOW’S UR GIRL & HOW’S UR FAMILY PT. 2, please visit www.masonramseyofficial.com and follow him on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

As the youngest major label Country artist signed in the genre in nearly two decades, Mason Ramsey (Big Loud Records/Atlantic Records) continues his fast-track to stardom after being discovered singing in an aisle at his local Walmart. The Golconda, IL-bred phenom will take his TWANG EP on the road this fall during HOW’S UR GIRL & HOW’S UR FAMILY PT. 2, following his first sold-out headline tour. Named among Variety’s 2019 Young Hollywood list, Ramsey supported Florida Georgia Line during their FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS residency and labelmate Chris Lane. He’s appeared at the famed Grand Ole Opry, in addition to high-profile festivals: CMA FEST, iHEARTCOUNTRY FESTIVAL, STAGECOACH, and COACHELLA. Nominated for the Social Star Award at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards, Ramsey has also made major television appearances on GOOD MORNING AMERICA, ELLEN, and TODAY.

Adopted at three weeks old and victim to a freak heart attack at 19, surmounting ridiculous odds has always been Ernest’s gift. He learned banjo and guitar before he was a teen but quickly developed a passion for Hip-Hop and R&B as well, citing Eminem, Ludacris, and George Strait as some of his earliest influences. Discovering an equally powerful love of songwriting, Ernest began working alongside Nashville songwriting royalty like the Warren Brothers and soon earned cuts from Florida Georgia Line ("Dig Your Roots"), Chris Lane (“Big, Big Plans”), LOCASH, Jake Owen, Mason Ramsey, Morgan Wallen and more. Now set to begin his career as an artist, Ernest will be unlike anything currently afloat in Music City. Hitting the road this fall and spending endless amounts of time in the studio, he is about to show us his distinct beachy sound when new music drops later this month.

Brash. Bright. Fresh. Wildly melodic. Avenue Beat are three girls from Quincy, Illinois who grew up ingesting social media platforms, theater groups and hanging out with older kids – and turned into the notes of a chord that lands somewhere between Taylor Swift ascending and Billie Eilish at her most real. The genzennial collective of Sami Bearden, Savana Santos and Sam Backoff are strong, smart, fun – in love with life, each other and getting on with it. Avenue Beat’s debut self-titled EP is available now via The Valory Music Co./Tape Room Records, which was co-produced by lead singer Savana, David Garcia and Ashley Gorley. With the stretched staccato vowels of the hilarious self-empowering “Delight,” the sisters-sticking-together euphoria of “Be A Bro,” angst-rejecting post-break-up “Ruin That For Me” or their self-induced euphoria of “Broke,” Avenue Beat beckons listeners with pillows of narcotic harmony, glistening melody and lyrical truths. For the latest updates and more, visit AvenueBeat.com and follow along on Instagram.

Jenna Paulette has always been somewhat of a walking juxtaposition - a mix of laid-back country casual adopted from her time on the family ranch along the Texas/Oklahoma border, and the big city glam she’s picked up in her travels along the way. Nowadays, she’s blazing her own trail with a “New West” style of country. She throws out conventions for a pedal steel-rooted sensibility that marries the traditional with the contemporary. An unstoppable force, Jenna has shared the stage with stars in the genre including Zac Brown Band, Joe Nichols, Russell Dickerson and High Valley, and she’s remained a staple of Song Suffragettes, a weekly woman-only singer-songwriter showcase at Nashville’s Listening Room Cafe. Tapped as a CMT Discovery Artist, Jenna’s music can be heard spinning on Spotify’s New Country Nashville Playlist, Apple Music’s Breaking Country Playlist, Pandora’s Rising Women in Country and Google Play’s Country’s New Crop Playlist. She’s already earned considerable airplay on Radio Disney and its country affiliate and notched more than 350,000+ streams on Spotify. The country starlet’s latest releases, “Wild Like the West” and “Blue Jeans,” precede her forthcoming debut EP, “Modern Cowgirl, Volume 1” releasing September 20, 2019. With producers Brad Hill (Maren Morris, Lucie Silvas, Brett Young) and Lee Holland, who all guided Paulette to sharper-focused storytelling, the EP defines what it means to be a part of the New West brand of cowgirl country in 2019.

A native of rural Ontario, Canada, rising Country singer-songwriter Madison Kozak is turning heads with her brand new track “First Last Name.” "Sharp, swooning, and all the right kinds of sentimental" (Rolling Stone), the song is inspired by her relationship with her father, who introduced her to Country greats including Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline and Johnny Cash. After scoring a publishing deal with powerhouse company Big Loud as a Junior at Belmont University, Kozak has signed as the flagship artist of Songs & Daughters – a female-focused label partnership between Big Loud and award-winning songwriter Nicolle Galyon. While continuing to build an arsenal of impactful, honest songs with esteemed songwriters such as Lori McKenna, James Slater and Craig Wiseman, Kozak has taken the stage at high-profile fairs and festivals, and will join Morgan Evans' WORLD TOUR this fall as a special guest for the U.S. and Canada dates. Checking off her bucket list, Kozak is set to make her Grand Ole Opry debut this fall.