12-year-old Mason Ramsey is known as the yodeling Walmart kid, but he’s now working on his country career, including a 30+ date second leg of his Hows Ur Girl and Hows Ur Family Tour this fall.

In his recent headlining appearance in Nashville, Ramsey featured a setlist of fourteen songs, combining his originals with classic covers, including the song that made him famous, Hank Williams’ “Lovesick Blues.”

Over the past year, Ramsey became the youngest billed performer on a Las Vegas residency when he and Chris Lane supported Florida Georgia Line at their headlining residency alongside. Tyler Hubbard of FGL also co-wrote Ramsey’s debut single, “Famous,” which is also the title of his debut EP.

Prior to the start of the fall tour, Ramsey will be performing at CMA Fest. His fall headlining run kicks off on October 3 in Atlanta before wrapping up in November.

Mason Ramsey Announces Fall Dates For ‘How’s Ur Girl & How’s Ur Family Pt. 2’ Tour

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