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Sunny Sweeney

Sunny Sweeney Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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Followers 98,186
Category Americana, Honky Tonk, Country, Outlaw Country, Texas Country
Concerts
May
30
DUNN, NC
Dunn
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Jun
01
DULUTH, GA
Duluth
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Jun
02
BIRMINGHAM, AL
Birmingham
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Jun
05
MOBILE, AL
Mobile
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Jun
07
FT. WALTON BEACH, FL
Fort Walton Beach
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Jun
08
BATON ROUGE, LA
Baton Rouge
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Jun
11
JACKSONVILLE, FL
Jacksonville
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Jun
13
GAINESVILLE, FL
Gainesville
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Jun
14
TAMPA, FL
Tampa
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Jun
15
SANFORD, FL
Sanford
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Jun
22
GREENVILLE, SC
Greenville
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Jun
23
CHATTANOOGA, TN
Chattanooga
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Jun
28
BURLESON, TX
Burleson
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Jul
05
CHARLOTTE, NC
Charlotte
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Jul
06
ANDREWS, NC
Andrews
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Feb
22
Outlaw Country Cruise 2025
Miami
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About Sunny Sweeney
Sunny Sweeney, a genre-bending, songwriting spitfire who has spent equal time in the rich musical traditions of Texas and Tennessee, returns with Married Alone, the celebrated singer-songwriter’s fifth studio album and the follow-up to 2017’s critically acclaimed Trophy. Co-produced by beloved Texas musician and larger-than-life personality Paul Cauthen and the Texas Gentlemen’s multi-hyphenate Beau Bedford, Married Alone is Sweeney’s finest work yet, bringing together confessional songwriting, image-rich narratives and no shortage of sonic surprises for a loosely conceptual album about loss and healing. Married Alone began as most of Sweeney’s projects do: with a visit to her deep vault of unreleased songs. Since debuting with Heartbreaker’s Hall of Fame in 2006, Sweeney has been a prolific writer, writing whatever is on her heart rather than with a particular project in mind. That habit afforded her a rich well of material for Married Alone, some of which is over a decade old. “I have a lot of older songs that still make the cut of like, ‘Am I gonna put this on a record?’ And I always start with those songs, songs that have been important to me for whatever reason. And then I try to build around that. It doesn't necessarily have to be around a theme, but sometimes it turns out to be that there is one.” Opener “Tie Me Up” declares that, despite its loose theme, Married Alone is not a somber record, with Sweeney in full spitfire mode and cheekily declaring to a would-be suitor, “You can tie me up, but baby you can’t tie me down.” Cauthen’s and Bedford’s production especially shines on the track, which would sound at home at a roadside juke joint or in front of thousands of fans at a festival. Cauthen joins Sweeney on “A Song Can’t Fix Everything,” one of the album’s rawer moments. “That song can’t bring my mother back to life,” Sweeney sings at the song’s start, before recounting the many ways that music may be able to transport us to the past but can never fix it. “Want You to Miss Me” is an honest take on the complexities of a difficult breakup, with Sweeney’s nimble vocal wavering between defiance and doubt. “Easy as Hello” is Sweeney’s writing at its finest, channeling the heartache that comes with the end of a treasured relationship, for a track that recalls — vocally and lyrically — the work of Stevie Nicks. “Someday You’ll Call My Name” reads as a break-up kiss-off — and it’s a great one, at that — but the song, pulled from Sweeney’s vault, was originally inspired by her early days as a musician, longing to be recognized by major country institutions like the Grand Ole Opry. She and co-writer Brennen Leigh reworked their 10-year-old version of the track to better fit Married Alone, and that session helped set the tone for what would become the full album. The full potential of the album really revealed itself, though, when a friend sent Sweeney a demo of what would become its title track, “Married Alone.” Though she wasn’t a co-writer on the track, Sweeney felt her own story reflected in its lyrics. The song, which features a particularly emotional guest vocal from living country legend Vince Gill, charts the painful moments sometimes experienced in marriages that have run their course. “There may be rings on our fingers, but we’re married alone,” she and Gill sing, over weeping pedal steel and reverbed guitar. “My jaw hit the floor when I heard that song, because I had just gone through my second divorce, which is also cliche of a country singer,” Sweeney says, with a laugh. “I was still pretty raw about my divorce, but also very candid and trying to find levity in the situation. You have to be able to laugh at yourself at some point and not let it just totally get you down.” A few months after securing the song and mining her own vault for a track list, Sweeney traveled to Dallas, TX, to record — alongside Cauthen and Bedford — what would become Married Alone. Sweeney and team planned for Jeff Saenz to mix the album, but in the summer of 2021 — a few days before mixing would start — the widely loved, Dallas-based producer was electrocuted in a freak accident that left him without use of his arms. The group put the album on hold until they had word Saenz would pull through. While Sweeney was anxious to get her new music out, Saenz’s accident shifted her priorities. “Jeff lost his arms,” she says. “His arms. Jeff’s never going to hold his fiancée’s hand again, never going to hold his baby again. I had a major, major turning point with his accident, personally, as did most of our friends that know him.” About eight months later, Bedford had a surprise for Sweeney. When she arrived at the studio for one of their final mixing sessions, Bedford had brought Saenz along. Saenz was able to help the group finish up the album, a full-circle moment that was especially emotional for Sweeney. “It was exactly how it should have been,” she says. “And it was really, really emotional. Jeff definitely is a part of this album; I really wanted him to be a part of the album. And Beau knew that. So, Beau went and he made that happen.” In addition to releasing Married Alone, Sweeney is marking a new chapter in her professional life with a brand-new team by her side, most of whom are women. While it wasn’t a conscious choice, Sweeney says, she feels like she’s surrounded by the right group of people, who just happen to be “badass women.” Like the narrator of “Someday You’ll Call My Name,” Sweeney is not the kind of artist you come across then forget. With Married Alone, she further cements her status as one of country music’s finest storytellers. -Brittney McKenna
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Genres
Americana, Honky Tonk, Country, Outlaw Country, Texas Country
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What fans are saying
Chris
5 / 5
Sunny Sweeney was fantastic with Harley Husband by her side, a totally acoustic set showed what an amazing voice she has. The way she chats to the crowd, tells the stories behind the songs, makes the show that much better, your get a deeper sense of her personality and she is total fun...
Retro Bar Manchester, United Kingdom
Nov 15, 2023
Harry
5 / 5
She is awesome, and I would see her again! Listen to her on Sirius/XM, and have a couple of her cds. Asleep at the Wheel is always excellent when I have seen them. Other acts were also very good. Venue was good as was VIP Section. My
Hemisfair San Antonio, TX
Apr 25, 2023
Rob
5 / 5
Sunny’s personality and voice fill the room but Jaimie Lin Wilson’s calming influence and mama charm made for a great chemistry and a fantastic event. Now we understand ‘stage rape’ and why swinging doesn’t work in a small town. Very educational!
Sam's Burger Joint San Antonio, TX
May 26, 2022
Mindy
5 / 5
She was fabulous! And we are so glad we went. She even signed autographs afterwards and spoke with every fan that was there for that. It was a small venue but it felt so personal to all of us. So gracious!
The District Bar Spokane, WA
Feb 15, 2024
Ginger
5 / 5
Sunny and her band were Great at Radio Bristol. Was my first time at Radio Bristol and first time seeing Sunny live. I recommend everyone to visit Radio Bristol and the Birthplace of Country Music Museum. Go see Sunny live! G.R
Radio Bristol's Farm and Fun Time Bristol, VA
Oct 15, 2022
Amanda
5 / 5
Such an amazing show like always!! Thanks for always taking the time for your fans. Thanks to the band for hanging around and chit chatting with the fans ..... Such a fun time! Well worth the long drive !!
Ashley Street Station Valdosta, GA
Mar 03, 2019
LATINA
5 / 5
The Abilene is a nice little hidden gem! Sunny Sweeney is truly amazing! She's got healing powers that she probably doesn't realize with that beautiful voice and how the lyrics she sings are conveyed!
Abilene Bar and Lounge Rochester, NY
May 12, 2023
Gary
5 / 5
Great show! I've seen Sunny a few times, but this was the first time with a full band. Great show! Great stories, great tunes, great songs! Sunny Sweeney brings it every single time!
Pearl Street Warehouse Washington City, DC
May 10, 2023
Lorraine
5 / 5
Great performance in a packed but very comfortable venue! Would definitely see Sunny Sweeney and her band again, and look forward to seeing other performers at Abilene Bar & Lounge.
Abilene Bar and Lounge Rochester, NY
Oct 20, 2022
Dan
5 / 5
The venue was great. Sunny was incredible. She’s sings REAL music. The best part is it is easy to tell she is real. She is who she is and embraces life.
The Stable Music Hall and Lounge Bloomington, IL
Feb 18, 2023
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Sunny Sweeney Tour Cities
Andrews, NC Jacksonville, FL Mobile, AL Birmingham, AL Burleson, TX Tampa, FL Sanford, FL Chattanooga, TN Fort Walton Beach, FL Greenville, SC Gainesville, FL Dunn, NC Baton Rouge, LA Charlotte, NC Duluth, GA Miami, FL

Frequently Asked Questions About Sunny Sweeney

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Sunny Sweeney on tour?

Yes, Sunny Sweeney is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Sunny Sweeney concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Sunny Sweeney tour is scheduled for 16 dates across 16 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Sunny Sweeney scheduled to play?

Sunny Sweeney is scheduled to play 16 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Sunny Sweeney tour start?

Sunny Sweeney’s tour starts May 30, 2024 and ends on Feb 22, 2025. They will play 16 cities; their most recent concert was held in Dunn at Bird's Nest Listening Room and their next upcoming concert will be in Jacksonville at Jack Rabbits.

What venues is Sunny Sweeney performing at?

As part of the Sunny Sweeney tour, Sunny Sweeney is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

May 30 - Dunn, NC @ Bird's Nest Listening Room
Jun 01 - Duluth, GA @ Red Clay Music Foundry
Jun 02 - Birmingham, AL @ Workplay
Jun 05 - Mobile, AL @ THE MERRY WIDOW
Jun 07 - Fort Walton Beach, FL @ Docie's Dock
Jun 08 - Baton Rouge, LA @ Red Dragon Listening Room
Jun 11 - Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits
Jun 13 - Gainesville, FL @ Heartwood Soundstage
Jun 14 - Tampa, FL @ Skipper's Smokehouse
Jun 15 - Sanford, FL @ Tuffy's Music Box
Jun 22 - Greenville, SC @ Doc's Tavern
Jun 23 - Chattanooga, TN @ Songbirds
Jun 28 - Burleson, TX @ Mayor Vera Calvin Plaza
Jul 05 - Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theatre
Jul 06 - Andrews, NC @ The Blue Stage

2025 Tour Dates:

Feb 22 - Miami, FL @ Port of Miami
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