• Nashville, Tenn., – Silverado Records’ David Adam Byrnes kicks off his Neon Town Tour in Las Vegas December 14. This is the second consecutive year the traditional Country singer will begin a nationwide tour during the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. Fans of Byrnes can catch him throughout the week, performing and signing autographs.

    David Adam Byrnes on Tour

    Dec. 14 Las Vegas Convention Center (RMEF Stage Hunger & Outdoor Christmas Stage) – Las Vegas, Nev.
    Dec. 14 Las Vegas Convention Center (Realtree-Stage) – Las Vegas, Nev.
    Dec. 14 The Mirage – Las Vegas, Nev.
    Dec. 15 The Mirage – Las Vegas, Nev.
    Dec. 16 Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, Nev.
    Dec. 16 The Mirage – Las Vegas, Nev.

    Most recently the Arkansas native released an original Christmas song, “All Year For” which was featured on Silverado Records’ Christmas compilation album, A Very Nashville Christmas. Byrnes signed with the rapidly growing independent label earlier this year, joining a roster that includes legendary Country artist, Joe Diffie. The Neon Town Tour will continue into 2018 as Byrnes works on his third studio album.

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    About David Adam Byrnes

    If you want honest, true, country music, that’s what you’ll find with David Adam Byrnes. Although this Arkansas native has been in Music City for a decade now, his roots still run deep in his southern upbringing and values. His music and natural stage presence are direct reflections of the hard work that was instilled in him by his parents from a young age. His first gig was playing with a local group of volunteers called The Telephone Pioneers that performed at local nursing homes; he was 5 when he started and played with them until the day he left Sherwood for Nashville at 19. When he told his family he was moving and had already put a deposit down for rent, his mom told him, “I sure hope this works out, I know you don’t know how to do anything else.” His mom’s hopes came true. Not long after his move, David found himself on the road opening for legendary country star, Mark Chesnutt. Fast-forward a few years and two albums later, Byrnes has garnered a vast number of fans across the country due to his almost two hundred tour dates a year. He’s shared the stage with artists such as Tracy Lawrence, Hank Williams Jr., Jake Owen, Thomas Rhett, Brett Eldredge and many others. He also secured a coveted spot on Nashville based Silverado Records’ roster alongside multi-platinum country icon Joe Diffie. A third album is in the works for this country crooner and he plans to continue to tour throughout 2018.