You may know 12-year-old Mason Ramsey as the yodeling Walmart kid, but he's working on a full-fledged country career, including a 30-plus-date second leg of his Hows Ur Girl and Hows Ur Family Tour this fall.

Ramsey caught attention when he crowd-surfed on an inflatable horse at a recent sold-out Nashville show. His headlining appearance featured a setlist of fourteen songs, combining his originals with classic covers, including the song that made him famous, Hank Williams' "Lovesick Blues."

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Over the past year, Ramsey became the youngest-ever billed performer on a Las Vegas residency when he supported with Florida Georgia Line at their headlining residency alongside labelmate Chris Lane. Tyler Hubbard of FGL also co-wrote Ramsey's debut single, "Famous," which is also the title of his debut EP, released on a joint deal with Big Loud Records (Lane, Jake Owen, Morgan Wallen) and Atlantic Records.

Prior to the start of the fall tour leg, the young star will be performing at a number of major music festivals, including CMA Fest. Part 2 of his headlining run kicks off on October 3 in Atlanta and goes through late November.

Mason Ramsey's 2019 Hows Ur Girl and Hows Ur Family Tour Dates:

June 9: Nashville, Tenn. @ CMA Fest (Chevy Riverfront Stage)
July 12: La Crosse, Wisc. @ Country Boom Music Festival
July 13: Fort Wayne, Ind. @ Sweetwater Performance Pavilion
July 20: Oro-Medonte, Ontario, Canada @ Big Sky Music Festival
Sept. 14: Peoria, Ill. @ Tailgate N’ Tallboys
Sept. 15: Louisville, Ky. @ Hometown Rising Country Music & Bourbon Festival
Oct. 3: Atlanta @ Variety Playhouse
Oct. 4: Knoxville, Tenn. @ Cotton Eyed Joe
Oct. 5: Greensboro, NC @ Cone Denim Entertainment Center
Oct. 8: Philadelphia @ The Foundry
Oct. 10:  New York, NY @ The Gramercy Theatre
Oct. 11: Boston, Mass. @ Brighton Music Hall
Oct. 12: Silver Spring, Md. @ The Fillmore
Oct. 17: Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Tower Theatre
Oct. 18: Columbia, Mo. @ Blue Note
Oct.19: Lawrence, Kans. @ The Granada Theater
Oct. 24: Indianapolis, Ind. @ Deluxe at Old National Centre
Oct. 25: Columbus, Ohio @ Newport Music Hall
Oct. 26: Charlottesville, Va. @ Jefferson Theatre
Oct. 31: Lansing, Mich. @ The Loft
Nov. 1: Chicago @ Joe's on Weed Street
Nov. 2: Minneapolis, Minn. @ Fine Line Music Cafe
Nov. 7: Oxford, Miss. @ The Lyric Oxford
Nov. 8:  Birmingham, Ala. @ Iron City
Nov. 9: Columbia, S.C. @ The Senate
Nov. 14: Athens, Ga. @ Georgia Theatre
Nov. 15: Charlotte, NC @ Coyote Joe’s
Nov. 19: West Hollywood @ The Roxy
Nov. 20: San Diego @ House of Blues
Nov. 23: San Francisco, Calif. @ Great American Music Hall

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