The Artists
Emerson Drive

A decade of great music and over a million miles of life on the road have brought Emerson Drive to the spot that many artists dream of, a Grammy-nominated country band with a bright future.  After 10 years the members of Emerson Drive are excited to have reached this career milestone and can't wait to see what the next 10, 20 or 30 years will bring.  
"We have been playing music our entire lives," explains lead vocalist Brad Mates.  "None of us can imagine doing anything else.  We belong together on that stage each night.  It's exciting for us to see what we have accomplished so far and to be planning for the next decade.  This tour is still just the beginning!"  
Emerson Drive has been a part of the country music scene since they signed their first record deal with DreamWorks Records Nashville in 2001.  The band's first two singles, "I Should Be Sleeping" and "Fall Into Me," peaked in the Top 5 on the Billboard charts and quickly became fan favorites but it was the career-changing song "Moments" that gave the band their first #1 single in the USA.  Emerson Drive has been honored with awards and/or nominations from the Academy of Country Music, Country Music Association, Canadian Country Music Association, CMT, Dove Awards, Grammy Awards, Inspirational Country Music Association, Juno Awards, Music Row Magazine and Campus Activities Magazine.  The band has toured with Toby Keith, Shania Twain and Big & Rich among other artists.
The Decade & Driving Tour celebrates the ten years of great music that began with Emerson Drive's debut single, "I Should Be Sleeping," and continues today with their most recent single release, "Let Your Love Speak," from their DECADE OF DRIVE: THE HITS album.
"This tour is a celebration," comments lead vocalist Brad Mates. "We have spent 10 years out on the road sharing our music with country fans across North America.  We can't wait to take the party back out on the road."  

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