The band, comprised of Ivy Dene (lead vocals) and Sophie Dawn (percussions and harmony), have a steadfast way of delivering emotional and relatable lyrics and blending hard-hitting rhythms and soulful vocals, which include goosebump worthy familial harmonies.
Walker County has their sights set on touring this year with Old Dominion and were happy to share with Cody their enthusiasm to hit the road.
"We are so excited!" says Sophie Dawn.
"We've got quite a bit this summer with them, and we are like, so pumped!" proclaims Ivy Dene. "They are the greatest guys to be on the road with."
"Plus, you get an Old Dominion concert when you are done," adds Sophie Dawn. "It's the best of both worlds!"
"We get off stage, and we go out front and party it up," Ivy Dene chimes in. "Those guys are great!
Listen to Walker County's single, "Bits & Pieces," by clicking the link below. Also, catch Walker County on the radio with Cody every Wednesday throughout July.
See the sister duo on the road with Old Dominion warming up the stage for the 'We Are Old Dominion: Live at the Ballpark Tour' beginning on July 17.
July 17 — The Ballpark at Jackson @ Jackson, TN (with Scotty McCreery, Matt Stell, and Walker County)
August 22 — Chukchansi Park @ Fresno, CA (with Blanco Brown and Walker County)
September 17 — Turtle Creek Stadium @ Traverse City, MI (with Randy Houser, Matt Stell, and Caitlyn Smith)
September 18 — Peoples Natural Gas Field @ Altoona, PA (with Randy Houser, Matt Stell, Caitlyn Smith)
September 24 — Melaleuca Field @ Idaho Falls, ID (with Scotty McCreery, Matt Stell, and Caitlyn Smith)
October 1 — Riverfront Stadium @ Wichita, KS (with Scotty McCreery, Blanco Brown, and Walker County)
October 2 — Werner Park @ Omaha, NE (with Scotty McCreery, Matt Stell, and Walker County)
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Photo Credit: Warner Music Nashville / Robby Klein.