Brett Eldredge is just a couple weeks away from headlining his own The Long Way tour. The singer says he plans to include the elements of his performances while direct support for so many artists, most recently Blake Shelton, and Brett tells us he intends to incorporate some of the more intimate parts of the show. “I moved to Nashville singing with just a guitar on a stage in songwriter places. You know, I love those moments so I still get those moments in the shows and I still want to do that in the direct support but then how do I expand on moments in my headlining set to make all these . . . I don't want to be a lagging section of the show ever. In my 45, 50 minutes I get to play my hits which is awesome. Now I get to add tons of songs from my albums in my headlining set and make it move and flow and tell a story, and that goes with the production, too. It's like the production in my headlining show is like literally exactly what I imagined in my mind. We drew it up and it's gonna be very unique and probably something that I don't think you'll see in most tours, I think, for the whole stage setup so I think it'll be really neat.

The Long Way tour kicks off on April 5th in Garden City, ID. The trek features special guest Devin Dawson and newcomer Jillian Jacqueline.

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