Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Will Hoge is packing his bags for his first-ever major headlining run, the 2013 Never Give in Tour.

The 'Strong' singer is kicking off the run on Oct. 11, stopping in 27 cities nationwide through December. The Never Give in Tour is in support of the release of Hoge's ninth studio album, 'Never Give In,' which will hit stores October 15.

Hoge, who has opened for Dierks Bentley on his Country and Cold Cans Tour along with Eli Young Band, will be bringing along his own tour opening acts this time around. Supporting Hoge on the majority of the dates will be veteran rockers Red Wanting Blue and labelmate Sunny Sweeney, who will team up with him for stops in Brooklyn, Chicago, Indianapolis and Milwaukee.

"I'm so excited about this new album. I can't wait to get out on the road and play these new songs for folks,” shares Hoge. "There's gonna be a lot of different things happening live on this tour and I'm thrilled for everyone to get to see it. Couple all these incredible cities with such great support acts as Red Wanting Blue and Sunny Sweeney, it is going to be one fun tour!“

Hoge was catapulted into the country spotlight in 2012 by touring with Bentley and EYB and the success of the band's Platinum hit 'Even If It Breaks Your Heart,' which he co-wrote with singer Eric Paslay. The song garnered an enormous amount of buzz at country radio, earning Hoge nominations for a Country Song of the Year Grammy2013 ACM Song of the Year and 2012 CMA Song of the Year. With that sudden attention, Hoge has been able to attract many country music fans with his admirable songwriting abilities and captivating vocals.

Will Hoge 2013 Never Give in Tour Dates: 

10/11 - Dallas, Texas | All-New Silverado Mainstage at State Fair of Texas
10/16 - Brooklyn, N.Y. | Bell House (w/ Sunny Sweeney)
10/18 - Vienna, Va. | Jammin Java
10/19 - Vienna, Va. | Jammin Java
10/24 - Lexington, K.Y. | Busters
10/25 - Charlotte, N.C. | Visualite Theater (w/ RWB)
10/26 - Asheville, N.C. | The Grey Eagle (w/ RWB)
11/1 - Atlanta, Ga. | Terminal West (w/ RWB)
11/2 - Charleston, S.C. | Music Farm (w/ RWB)
11/7 - Indianapolis, Ind. | Grand Kellersaal Ballroom (w/ Sunny Sweeney)
11/8 - Chicago, Ill. | Joe's Bar (w/ Sunny Sweeney)
11/9 - Milwaukee, Wisc. | The Rave (w/ Sunny Sweeney)
11/15 - Tulsa, Okla. | The Vanguard (w/ RWB)
11/21 - San Marcos, Texas | Cheatham Street Warehouse (w/ RWB)
11/22 - Corpus Christi, Texas | House Of Rock (w/ RWB)
11/23 - Houston, Texas | House of Blues (w/ RWB)
11/30 - Nashville, Tenn. | Marathon Music Works (w/ RWB)
12/5 - San Diego, Calif. | The Griffin (w/ RWB)
12/6 - Los Angeles, Calif. | Troubadour (w/ RWB)
12/7 - San Luis Obispo, Calif. | SLO Brewing Company
12/8 - Mill Valley, Calif. | Sweetwater Music Hall (w/ RWB)
12/11 - Portland, Ore. | Mississippi Studios (w/ RWB)
12/12 - Seattle, Wash. | Barboza (w/ RWB)
12/13 - Spokane, Wash. | Knitting Factory (w/ RWB)
12/15 - Boise, Idaho | Knitting Factory (w/ RWB)
12/17 - Salt Lake City, Utah | The State Room (w/ RWB)
12/19 - Denver, Colo. | Bluebird Theater (w/ RWB)