Pope aims to Thrive on tour

Wednesday, December 15, 2021 – Cassadee Pope is hitting the road in 2022 with her upcoming Thrive Tour.Pope released her ninth career album, “Thrive,” which uniquely blends two musical genres that helped shape her sound – country and pop punk – this fall. The album was produced by Nickolas Wheeler (The All-American Rejects) and Karen Fairchild (Little Big Town)

“Seeing the reaction to ‘Thrive’ has been so validating and beautiful. I can’t wait to see that in its physical form on the Thrive Tour,” said Pope. “This music is me to the core, and I’m looking forward to showing people what that looks like night after night. Rocking out with my fans again will feel so good.”

Tour dates are:
March 18 Baltimore, MD Sound Stage
March 20 Boston, MA Sinclair
March 22 New York, NY Gramercy Theatre
March 23 Philadelphia, PA Ardmore Music Hall
March 25 Pittsburg, PA Thunderbird Music Hall
March 26 Detroit, MI Crofoot
March 27 Columbus, OH A&R Bar
March 29 St. Louis, MO Old Rock House
March 30 Chicago, IL Lincoln Hall
March 31 Minneapolis, MN Turf Club
April 1 Milwaukee, WI Rave II

Tickets for the tour go on-sale this Friday, Dec. 17.

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CD review - Rise & ShineBy all accounts, Cassadee Pope has led a glitzy life. She was the first female winner of “The Voice.” She then had a record deal at 17, a spot on a sold-out tour with Fall Out Boy at 18 and eventually garnered a Grammy nomination. Her discography of country-pop is generally glitzy, too. Well, not this time. “Rise and Shine” is a stripped-down acoustic effort by the 30-year-old singer that is thoughtfully introspective without being brooding or too deliberate. 
CD review - StagesAlthough Cassadee Pope’s “Stage” album includes a few too many pop-country songs for comfort, it closes with a true winner. The ballad “I’ve Been Good,” which turns a customary greeting response on its head, is a true show-stopper. She’s been ‘good,’ yes; good at drinkin’ whiskey and nearly everything except getting over a breakup. With its drinking song lyrical reference and sincere vocal sadness, Pope earns her wings as a fine country singer. 
CD review - Summer EPCassadee Pope’s new release is officially called “Summer EP.” But upon a full listen, one wonders if the working title may have been “The Road More Often Traveled.” To say that the third season “The Voice” winner played it safe is a bit of an understatement. She penned three of the songs, including the obvious title track and the more impactful, autobiographical “Alien.” Elsewhere, the songs are about a summer fling, mean people and appreciating your loved ones.