Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockRyan Hurd is adding four new dates to his To a Tour, which takes its name from his current single, "To a T." He'll play Boston, Massachusetts and Jordan, New York on April 19 and 20, before traveling to Grand Rapids, Michigan and Rootstown, Ohio, on May 16 and 17. Tickets go on sale this Friday.

Darryl Worley returns with his first new album in eight years on April 26. Second Wind: Latest & Greatest, includes re-recordings of his best-loved hits, as well as seven new songs.

Now That's What I Call Country Vol. 12 comes out March 29, featuring more than ten number-ones from the likes of Luke BryanLuke CombsKane BrownOld Dominion, and many more.

Trace Adkins joins the lineup of the Hometown Rising Country Music & Bourbon Festival September 14 and 15 in Louisville, Kentucky. Tim McGrawLuke BryanKeith Urban and Little Big Town are also on the bill.

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