After selling nearly half a million albums of their debut album Nothing But Love, and half a million singles of "26 cents," the Wilkinsons have become one of country music's hottest new properties. So, it is no wonder that their 1999 summer touring schedule is jam-packed with dates that will take them away from home for nearly two months. The group will hit the road in July and will entertain audiences in 40 cities by the 30th of August -- sometimes performing two shows per day. The family will travel home to Nashville only twice in the 60 day period, creating one road trip to stretch into 34 days. When asked what they must have while traveling on the bus, Tyler commented "PlayStation," Steve, "my laptop" and Amanda, "ketchup chips."