Presented With Five Plaques Commemorating Certified RIAA Gold, Platinum and Double Platinum Statuses

Jo Dee Messina electrified the Ryman Auditorium on Saturday night in front of a sold-out and highly energized audience. Her debut at the iconic venue was a chance for her to spotlight her “Road to the Ryman” retrospective on her life. From songs she was raised on to music that encouraged her to move to Nashville from Massachusetts, fans heard snippets of “Baby, I Lied,” “Break It To Me Gently,” “Whoever’s In New England,” “Rumor Has It,” “Girl’s Night Out” and more. She credited her early success to her producers Tim McGraw and Byron Gallimore while sharing massive hits like “Bye, Bye” and “Lesson In Leavin.’”

Perhaps the most poignant and impactful moments of the night came as Messina shared her testimony and journey with God. She welcomed a Gospel choir from Three Oaks Church in Gallatin, Tenn. to join her on a medley of tunes including “My Jesus,” “Bigger Than This,” “Child of Love,” and “Reckless Love.” She even shared a few new songs she’s written which both touched the crowd and had fans yearning for news about future releases.

“I was blown away by the crowd and its enthusiasm. Industry, family, friends, fans — the room was filled with that mixture. It was a one-of-a-kind experience,” reminisced Messina.

Prior to the show, in a private reception, Jo Dee was presented with plaques commemorating five new RIAA Certifications further solidifying her legacy in country music history. They included Double Platinum status for her hit singles “I’m Alright” and “Bye Bye”; Gold and Platinum status for ’90s country anthem “Heads Carolina, Tails California”; and Gold status for “Bring on the Rain” and “Lesson In Leavin.’”

The Heads Carolina, Tails California (HCTC2) Tour will run through the remainder of the year around the country. She brings it back home to New England for the Homecoming leg on May 31. Born and raised in Massachusetts, Jo Dee is eagerly anticipating her homecoming to the region where it all began for her. The singer will give a special performance of the National Anthem at the iconic Fenway Park for the Boston Red Sox game before heading to her show at the House of Blues on June 2.

Visit jodeemessina.com/tour to purchase tickets and stay tuned for further announcements as Jo Dee Messina extends her tour, promising even more opportunities to experience her show throughout the remainder of 2024.

Heads Carolina, Tails California (HCTC2) Tour Dates:

 

About Jo Dee Messina
Jo Dee Messina is one of the most iconic country artists touring today with a reputation for passionate, high-energy performances. She kicked off her notable career with “Heads Carolina, Tails California,” a single that immediately made her a household name. Following the success of her debut, Jo Dee posted nine No. 1 hits and sixteen Top 40 songs and has been recognized by the ACM Awards, CMA Awards and GRAMMY Awards. As Jo Dee’s resumé grew, she proved to be a trendsetter and history-maker, becoming the first female in country music history to celebrate three consecutive multi-week, chart-topping songs. Over the years, Jo Dee has amassed over half a billion streams on Pandora, hundreds of millions of album and song streams on Spotify and Apple Music, and millions of views on YouTube. Her impressive listenership recently earned her acknowledgment for having one of the Top 20 country albums of the 1990s on Spotify. Additionally, her social media accounts are collectively followed by millions of fans. Jo Dee has been traveling the country for many years, receiving rave reviews for her authenticity, commitment and openness on stage. Hoping to inspire and enlighten fans from all walks of life with every step she takes, Jo Dee has made it her mission to present herself and her story with honesty, inviting fans to see behind the masquerade. For complete information and upcoming tour dates please visit www.JoDeeMessina.com and follow @jodeemessina on Instagram, TikTok and on Facebook.