49 Winchester Announces ‘Fortune Favors The Bold’ Tour

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Joshua Black Wilkins

Haven’t gotten a chance to see 49 Winchester live yet? That needs to change.

Luckily for you, the hottest band in country music just announced where they will be playing over the next three months. And as always, there will be plenty of opportunities to see these road dogs.

Since their inception in 2013, 49 Winchester has been climbing the country music ladder the hard way, and it’s paid off. The Castlewood, Virginia natives released their debut album, 49 Winchester, in 2014 and began to turn some heads throughout Appalachia.

They followed it up with a sophomore project in 2018 called The Wind, and while both albums are great in their own right, they really hit their stride with 2020’s, III.

Earning a reputation as one of the hardest touring band’s in the genre, 49 Winchester honed their Appalachian soul sound and perfected their live performance on the road. And now, with the May 2022 release of their fourth and aptly titled album, Fortune Favors the Bold, the outfit has finally begun to receive some of the recognition they deserve.

Fresh off of a tour supporting Whiskey Myers across the country, there are no signs of stopping, either. It’s all gas, no brakes for 49 Winchester.

Check out their upcoming tour dates, highlighted by their 8/30 Opry debut, as announced on their Instagram.

“Here’s where you can catch us on the road the rest of this year! Round up the squad, make your travel plans and we’ll see y’all out there.

All new shows on sale this Friday!”

If they’re stopping anywhere near you, make it a priority to catch one of these shows. The energy, the soul, the sound – it’s unmatched. 49 Winchester is one of the best live acts in music, and they seem to get even better with every show they play.

In the meantime, listen to some of the best songs off of their latest album, Fortune Favors the Bold.

“Hillbilly Daydream”


“Russell County Line”

“Damn Darlin’”

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