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DAWSON LAYS IT "ALL ON" THE STAGE
4/11/18

Warner Music Nashville's Devin Dawson, whose breakout smash "All on Me" recently went #2 at Country radio, wowed the crowd at L.A.'s sold-out Roxy Theatre last night.

There, HITS' Samantha Hissong somehow stumbled into this photo op after asking a kind stranger, aka Sandbox's Todd Ramey, for some gum. Similarly, when she walked into the HITS offices five years ago, she was looking for a restroom and stayed for the free Keurig coffee.

Hissong has yet to mutter a word since last night, but she did manage to sign the words "literally so dreamy." In her DMs last night, however, she pointed out that the evocative lyricism and hip-swaying sounds of songs like "Secondhand Hurt" and "I Don't Care Who Sees" could successfully stitch up the most shattered of hearts. Other standouts included next single "Asking for a Friend" and fan fave "Placebo."

Dawson, who was nominated for this year's New Male Vocalist ACM, is currently doing a handful of headline dates while also out on the Brett Eldredge tour. Click here for dates.