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Martina McBride isn't ready to bring her "Everlasting" tour to a close.  The country star has added over 30 more dates to the trek, which now extends into December.  Martina is on the road in support of her most recent release, which lends its name to the trek. 

"Everlasting" features the singer's versions of pop and R&B classics originally made famous by Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, and others.  She says for the tour she's "worked hard to put together a show that is visually entertaining as well as very rich musically."  Martina adds that her performance "takes the audience on a musical journey," which features a blend of these vintage covers with her own hits. 

McBride's upcoming run includes two shows in Nashville - both of which are already sold out - as well as a two-night stand in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  She'll also make three stops in Northeastern Canada.  Martina's next show will be in Meridian, Mississippi on Thursday. 

Martina McBride's "Everlasting" tour dates 

August 28 - Meridian, Mississippi, at the MSU Riley Center for The Performing Arts 
August 29 - Forrest City, Arkansas, at the East Arkansas Community College Fine Arts Center 
August 30 - Lake Charles, Louisiana, at the L'Auberge Casino and Hotel 
August 31 - Nashville, Tennessee, at 3rd and Lindsley 
September 5 - Carmel, Indiana, at The Palladium 
September 6 - Wabash, Indiana, at the Honeywell Center 
September 11 - Deadwood, South Dakota, at the Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center 
September 12 - Mahnomen, Minnesota, at the Shooting Star Casino 
September 13 - Waukegan, Illinois, at the Genesee Theater 
September 18 - Saratoga, California, at The Mountain Winery 
September 19 - Lincoln, California, at the Thunder Valley Casino Resort 
September 20 - Pomona, California, at the Los Angeles County Fair 
September 22 - San Diego, California, at the House of Blues 
September 25 - Midland, Texas, at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center 
September 26 - Durant, Oklahoma, at the Choctaw Event Center 
September 27 - San Antonio, Texas, at the Majestic Theatre 
October 2 - Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, at the Dartmouth Sportsplex 
October 3 - Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, at The Center at Casino New Brunswick 
October 4 - St Johns, Newfoundland, Canada, Mile One Centre 
October 9 - Westbury, New York, at the Theatre at Westbury 
October 10 - Albany, New York, at the Palace Theatre 
October 11 - Waterbury, Connecticut, at the Palace Theatre 
October 16 - Sarasota, Florida, at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall 
October 17 - Melbourne, Florida, at the King Center for the Performing Arts 
October 18 - Niceville, Florida, at the Mullett Festival 
October 24 - Athens, Georgia, at the Classic Center Theater 
November 1 - Nashville, Tennessee, at the Ryman Auditorium 
November 7 - Dearborn, Michigan, at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center 
November 8 - Dayton, Ohio, at the Schuster Center 
November 13 - Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, at Penn's Peak 
November 14 - Utica, New York, at The Stanley 
November 15 - Lynn, Massachusetts, at the Lynn Auditorium 
November 21 - Brookings, South Dakota, at the Swiftel Center 
November 29 - Kansas City, Missouri, at the Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland 
December 3 - Glenside, Pennsylvania, at the Keswick Theatre 
December 4 - Northfield, Ohio, at the Hard Rock Live 
December 5 - Red Bank, New Jersey, at the Count Basie Theatre 
December 11 & 12 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at the Northern Lights Theatre 
December 13 - Omaha, Nebraska, at the Orpheum Theatre 

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