Chuck Wicks will hit the open road this month in support of his forthcoming sophomore album, Turning Point. The singer recently announced his Turning Point Tour, which will take him to eight cities in promotion of new music.

"I'm excited to get this tour started," Wicks says in a press release. "Being on a radio show in 42-plus cities, I'm waking up with my fans every single morning. As an artist, I'm looking forward to getting back out there and sharing my new music."

The singer-songwriter and radio host will perform the 11 tracks off his album, all of which he co-wrote and co-produced, on his upcoming tour. Each concert throughout the tour will be held at Tin Roof establishments, including the Cincinnati, Birmingham, Charlotte, Louisville and Nashville locations. Wicks' Nashville tour date will also serve as his album release party on Feb. 26.

Wicks co-wrote his new single "She's Gone" with Brett Tyler and Jeffery East. He co-produced his album Turning Point with Andy Dodd (Kelly Clarkson, Demi Lovato). When he's not writing songs or performing, Wicks is on the air every weekday morning as co-host of the nationally-syndicated America’s Morning Show with Blair Garner. Turning Point is the follow-up to his 2008 debut album Starting Now, which included his poignant debut single "Stealing Cinderella" and "All I Ever Wanted."

Chuck Wicks Turning Point 2016 Tour Dates:

Feb. 19 - Lexington, Ky.
Feb. 20 - Cincinnati, Ohio
Feb. 26 - Nashville, Tenn.
Feb. 27 - Birmingham, Ala.
March 4 - Charlotte, N.C.
March 5 - Columbia, S.C.
March 11 - Louisville, Ky.
March 12 - Indianapolis, Ind.

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