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Dan and Shay are composed of Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney. In 2014 the duo began touring with Hunter Hays and then later with Blake Shelton. That same year they released their first studio album, Where It All Began. It later became certified Gold. Since then they have released two additional albums. In 2018 they won the Country Music Award for Duo Video of the Year. When you see them live in concert you could hear Tequila, From the Ground Up and 19 You + Me.

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