Monday, February 1, 2016


Tune in tonight for Old Dominion’s late night debut on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live -- performances of current rapid-climbing single "Snapback" and multi-week No. 1 "Break Up With Him" from Meat and Candy 

Credit: Michael Elins

After a whirlwind year that included a critically-acclaimed album, multi-week No.1 debut single, a slot on Kenny Chesney’s The Big Revival Tour, and multiple solo tour stop sellouts, Old Dominion receives two nominations for the 51st Academy of Country Music Awards: New Vocal Group/Duo of the Year and Vocal Group of the Year.
"As songwriters, we started playing together so our songs would be heard and people would hopefully want to cut them," says now four-time No. 1 hit maker and lead singer Matthew Ramsey. "So to know that as a band we have been honored by receiving this type of recognition has us all feeling incredibly grateful and truthfully, a little speechless."

The two nominations are Old Dominion's first. The band will have another first tonight when they make their late night debut on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, Feb. 1 at 10:35 p.m. CT / 11:35 p.m. ET. They are set to perform two tracks from their album Meat and Candy, including their smash debut single “Break Up With Him” and “Snapback,” their current single that is soaring up the charts – at No. 20 and 21, on Billboard and Mediabase respectively,  in only its first month at Country radio.

Old Dominion is continuing to gain momentum with their do-it-yourself approach. From writing and recording every song they release to performing their own hits live, they are earning their name as "one of country music's few current, self-contained bands," as NPR recently declared.

Fans can catch Old Dominion on their headlining Meat and Candy Tour that has already claimed sellouts in 15 markets across the U.S. With upcoming performances at Country Radio Seminar’s highly-regarded New Faces Show and a stop in London, UK at the C2C after party, Old Dominion will have a busy 2016 before they join Kenny Chesney for the second straight summer along with Miranda Lambert and Sam Hunt.

The Academy of Country Music Awards will be broadcast live from Las Vegas, Nev. on Sunday, April 3 on CBS.

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