Hot Country Knights have postponed their “One Knight Stand Tour” next month in the wake of coronavirus outbreak. The tour was set to launch in California on April 7.
“Although we are pretty familiar with all types of viruses, we realize that our fans may not have the same immunity built up,” Hot Country Knights frontman and Dierks Bentley‘s alter ego Doug Douglason said in a statement announcing the postponement.
He added, “Don’t worry though, if history has proven anything it’s that nothing – not even a worldwide pandemic – can keep The Knights down for long. We’ll be baaaaaaack.”
Meanwhile, the country music band announced that it has created a Spotify “Quarantine Playlist” filled with iconic tracks from the ’90s for its fans who are in self-isolation.
Hot Country Knights will release their debut album The K Is Silent, on May 1.
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