Washboard On Tour With Old Dominion


Warner Music Canada recording artists The Washboard Union have become one of the most exciting live acts on the Canadian country music scene and the band have been hand-picked to join Old Dominion for their Canadian tour. The tour kicks off February 1 in Regina at the Conexus Arts Centre (see full tour dates below).

This announcement comes on the heels of Washboard Union’s latest single, “Shine,” becoming the band’s third Top 10 Country radio hit.

Their track “Shot Of Glory” was their first certified gold single. Recently at the Canadian Country Music Awards they won their second consecutive Roots Group of the Year award and performed their hit single, “Shine,” on the nationally televised broadcast.  Days later they were named Country Artist of the Year at the Western Canadian Music Awards.

WATCH: The Washboard Union perform on the CCMAs

8X Country Music Award winners The Washboard Union have defied classification and have become one of the most exciting and talked about new bands on the Country music scene.  In addition to the awards won this year, they were named the CCMA Rising Star winners in 2016.

The Washboard Union is led by step-brothers Aaron Grain, & Chris Duncombe and their best friend David Roberts.  The three share an unconscious soundtrack and unbridled love for the art of songwriting and storytelling that has resonated with audiences all across North America.  Their music and unforgettable ivel performances have set them apart as one of the most unique talents in country music today. The band are currently working on their new album scheduled for release in 2018 on Warner Music Canada .

The Washboard Union on tour (with Old Dominion)

2/1: Regina – Conexus Arts Centre 

2/2:  Winnipeg – Club Regent Events Centre

2/3: Saskatoon – TCU Place

2/5: Calgary – Grey Eagle Events Centre 

2/6:  Edmonton – Rogers Place

2/7: Lethbridge -Enmax Centre

2/9: Kamloops – Sandman Centre

2/10: Abbotsford – Abbotsford Centre

2/11: Penticton – South Okanagan Events Centre