09.09.2014 news
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Fly Golden Eagle joins ATO Roster, “Quartz” Out 10/14!

We’re incredibly excited to announce the newest addition to the ATO Records roster: Nashville’s own Fly Golden Eagle. Their upcoming album Quartz will be released on October 14, and they’re heading out on tour with labelmates J. Roddy Walston & The Business (scroll down for dates, tickets are available on their website). Read more about the album below:

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When you lower the needle down onto a Fly Golden Eagle record, you’ll hear a few different things at once. You’ll hear the stomp-heavy drama of T. Rex. You’ll hear the swirling colors and textures of The Doors. You’ll even here a growl of punk rock mixed effortlessly with the choral echoes of the gospel church. And it is all of these – the psych-rock-glam-funk-gospel sounds – that unify to fully form this Nashville quartet and their upcoming LP, Quartz, the band’s first-ever release on ATO Records.


“I wanted this album to be a real reflection of the whole band effort, of the vibes of us playing together,” said founding member and lead singer Ben Trimble. “I want people to listen to it and be able to feel the chemistry.”

This was a definite contrast from Fly Golden Eagle’s previous psych-funk release, Swagger, and Trimble’s work through-and-through.

“It [Swagger] was my thing,” he describes. “Quartz is about something bigger.”

To be released on October 14th, Quartz is a 26-song epic, a collection of songs that join together to form a narrative arc describing a story that is sometimes vulgar, sometimes profane, and sometimes beautiful. The album lines up with the groundbreaking 1973 film The Holy Mountain, an avant-garde masterpiece directed by Alejandro Jodorowski, produced by The Beatles’ manager Allen Klein, and funded by John Lennon and George Harrison. Trimble found himself inspired by the film while writing the material that would become Quartz. It was not a given that the music and the movie would run in tandem, but as Trimble continued to write the through-lines of both works matched up, leading to an inspirational set piece of visuals, music, and story.

These combined efforts are certainly evident in the overall power of the record that also translates to Quartz Bijou, a 12-song abbreviated version of its originally intended 26-track version, Quartz. Bijou ebbs and flows seamlessly; it’s a deeply satisfying stand-alone musical effort, with the bonus realization that there’s more to be heard and experienced.

Fly Golden Eagle has also worked extensively with Andrija Tokic, cut music in The Bomb Shelter, and played on some of the most significant albums representing the new Nashville sound, including Benjamin Booker, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Majestico and Alabama Shakes. They have also toured with Alabama Shakes and other acts including Dr. Dog, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, the Arctic Monkeys and more. Coming off of summer festival performances at Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza, the band will hit the road this month with rollicking rock quartet J. Roddy Walston & The Business, dates below.

Whether live or on record, Fly Golden Eagle’s music is a ride and it’s one that you should take as often as you can, with the volume turned up. Just say yes to the question posed in slinky seduction of “Horses Mouth:” “I’m never bending to the imitations/ Why don’t you come and take a trip with me?”

Tour Dates

9/11 – New York, NY – Glasslands

9/13 – Burlington, VT – Nectar’s

9/26 – Chattanooga, TN – JJ’s Bohemia

9/27 – Charlotte, NC – Double Door Inn

9/28 – Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theatre#

9/29 – Asheville, NC – The Mothlight at Mr. Fred’s

9/30 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre#

10/1 – Oxford, MS – The Lyric Oxford#

10/2 – Jackson, MS – Duling Hall

10/4 – Norman, OK – Opolis

10/6 – Lawrence, KS – The Bottleneck#

10/7 – St. Louis, MO – Plush#

10/8 – Fayetteville, AR – George’s Majestic Lounge#

10/13 – Tucson, AZ – The Flycatcher#

10/14 – Solana Beach, CA – Belly Up Tavern#

10/15 – Los Angeles, CA – The Satellite

10/16 – Los Angeles, CA – Troubador#

10/17 – San Fran, CA – The Independent

10/20 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge#

10/22 – Seattle, WA – The Crocodile

10/27 – Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater#

10/29 – Dallas, TX – Trees#

10/30 – Houston, TX – Fitzgeralds#

10/31 – Little Rock, AR – Stickyz Rock N Roll Chicken Shack#

11/2 – Birmingham, AL – Workplay Theater#

11/3 – Atlanta, GA – Terminal West#

11/4 – Winston Salem, NC – Ziggys#

11/6 – Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair#

11/7 – New York, NY – Stage 48#

11/8 – Philadelphia, PA – Theater of Living Arts#

# = with J. Roddy Walston & The Business

28.08.2014 news
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Benjamin Booker Debut Out NOW!

We’re incredibly excited to bring you the debut album from New Orleans based blues-punk wunderkind Benjamin Booker. You can pick up the vinyl or CD at Benjamin’s store, download it now from iTunes, or listen to the album in its entirety at NPR First Listen.

Check out his blistering performance of “Have You Seen My Son?” on CONAN, and read what the critics have to say about his debut below:

“A fierce debut.” – Rolling Stone “Contender for rock record of the year.” – SPIN “The #1 Under the Radar Artist You Should Be Listening to Right Now” – TIME Magazine “a raucous, unruly mix of punk, blues rock and soul” – New York Times “The suavest kid in Southern Rock.” – GQ “If you’ve not heard of Benjamin Booker yet, get ready.” – NPR

Benjamin Booker’s self-titled debut album is out now on ATO Records. Benjamin Booker is a young New Orleans based singer-songwriter, influenced by The Gun Club, Blind Willie Johnson, and T. Rex. The album has already earned early raves from SPIN (“a contender for rock record of the year”), GQ (“The suavest kid in Southern Rock”), Rolling Stone (“a fierce debut”), ELLE (“The god we’ve been waiting for”) and Vice (“a layer cake of guitar shredding, incorporating Dinosaur Jr. quality riffs with an insistent, punk-like forward motion”).

When Benjamin Booker played Lollapalooza, Rolling Stone named him the weekend’s Best Rock Star Moment (“though Lollapalooza is always filled with countless rock acts, Booker may have been the strongest and most refreshing”). When he played Newport Folk Fest, Billboard named him the second best performance of the entire event (“a tight, raucous set that comes with enough well-placed gaps in the riffage onslaught to highlight his searching, soulful lyrics”). When he toured opening for Jack White, Jack brought him back out during his own set for a show-closing guitar duel.

Naming him the first of ten July “Artists You Need To Know” last week, Rolling Stone said Benjamin sounds like “Howlin’ Wolf’s scrawny, bipolar little cousin discovered a fuzzbox.” Watch his “Violent Shiver” live video:

Directed by Rick Alverson (‘The Comedy’ and videos for Sharon Van Etten & Bonnie Prince Billy), “Have You Seen My Son” finds Benjamin roaming an abandoned Virginia prison in stark, beautiful black & white. Watch here:


Benjamin Booker Tour Dates

08/20 – San Francisco CA @ Brick & Mortar

08/21 – Los Angeles CA @ The Echo

08/22 – San Diego CA @ Soda Bar

08/24 – Los Angeles CA @ FYF Fest

09/25 – Nashville TN @ High Watt #

09/26 – Louisville KY @ Zanzabar #

09/27 – Chicago IL @ Schubas #

09/29 – St. Paul MN @ Turf Club #

10/01 – Kansas City MO @ The Record Bar #

10/03 – Dallas TX @ Three Links

10/04 – Austin TX @ Austin City Limits Festival

10/10 – Austin TX @ Continental Club

10/11 – Austin TX @ Austin City Limits Festival

10/17 – Birmingham AL @ The Bottletree #

10/18 – Atlanta GA @ Vinyl #

10/20 – Washington DC @ U St. Music Hall #

10/21 – Philadelphia PA @ World Cafe Live – Downstairs #

10/22 – Cambridge MA @ TT The Bear’s #

10/24 – Tallahassee FL @ Club Downunder

10/25 – Tampa FL @ Coral Skies Festival

10/26 – West Palm Beach FL @ Coral Skies Festival

10/29 – Orlando FL @ The Social

10/30 – Gainesville FL @ High Dive

10/31 – Mobile AL @ Soul Kitchen

11/01 – New Orleans LA @ Voodoo Music Experience

28.08.2014 news, Uncategorized

STARS Announce New Album ‘No One Is Lost’ (Out Oct. 14) and Headlining Tour

NPR Music Premieres First New Song “From The Night:” http://shorefi.re/XWHlbJ

Pre-Order ‘No One is Lost’ On iTunes: http://smarturl.it/StarsNoOneIsLost

STARS have confirmed the October 14 release of their new album ‘No One Is Lost’ (ATO Records) and a headlining North American tour, including shows at NYC’s Modern Sky Festival plus dates in DC, Boston, Chicago and more (full schedule below). The follow-up to 2012’s ‘The North,’ ‘No One is Lost’ is comprised of 11 original songs and was produced by STARS and Liam O’Neil (Metric, The Stills). NPR Music premiered “From The Night,” the lead track off the record, calling it “a misnomer to describe a song about embracing darkness as ‘sunny,’ but its silver linings – “Let’s be young / Let’s pretend that we never will die” – are as insistent as the propulsive thump of the chorus.” Listen here.

“From The Night” revels in the chances you take and the loves you make or break on any given evening. Lead singer/songwriter Torquil Campbell explains, “I always find it so moving and beautiful to watch people have their nights out. There’s something so heartbreaking about it. People have jobs that they have to get up for, jobs they hate, and they live for the weekend; they live for these moments. And they put everything they have into it.”

For ‘No One Is Lost,’ STARS craved autonomy, and serendipitously inherited the Mile End rehearsal space last December above the now defunct, Royal Phoenix nightclub in Montreal. STARS built a functional studio out of the former space of then-disbanding Handsome Furs (and site of Arcade Fire’s first rehearsals); Mile End became a home away from home. Then the nightclub (and life) crept in, resulting in STARS’ most urgent record to date. Drummer Pat McGee explains, “The sub-bass throb coming from the club below our studio was undeniably and unavoidably influential. It motivated us to out-throb the throb.”

“This record’s called ‘No One Is Lost’ because that is a fucking lie,” says Torquil. “We are all lost, we are all going to lose this game and, as you get older, you lose people more and more. I just wanted to close my eyes and jump and hope that was true. Life is loss, love is loss. And loving people is about accepting that you’re going to have to say goodbye to them. And that’s why it’s fucking brave. That’s STARS ethos: this life is very heartbreaking and sad… so let’s get completely fucking arseholed and listen to some Dionne Warwick.”

‘No One Is Lost’ translates all that anxiety into pure ecstasy, from the laser-cut new-waved precision of Millan’s “This Is the Last Time” to the soaring, Mozzerific chorus of Campbell’s “Trap Door,” to the dreamy duet “Look Away.” And the titanic title track – the sound of a dancefloor being swallowed whole by an ocean of sweat and swapped spit – feels like the moment STARS entire 15-year journey has been leading up to, a euphoric house banger that distills all the hope, fear, joy, sadness, and sex in the band’s songbook into a pair of unshakeable mantras: “put your hands up because everybody dies / put your hands up if you know you’re going to lose.”

‘No One Is Lost’ Tracklist:

1. From The Night

2. This Is The Last Time

3. You Keep Coming Up

4. Turn It Up

5. No Better Place

6. What Is To Be Done?

7. Trap Door

8. Are You OK?

9. A Stranger

10. Look Away

11. No One Is Lost

STARS 2014 Tour Dates:

08/18 – Stratford ON, Canada @ Stratford Music Fest

08/30 – Calgary AB, Canada @ Xfest

08/31 – Edmonton AB, Canada @ Sonic Boom

09/07 – Toronto ON, Canada @ Riot Fest Toronto

10/05 – New York, NY @ Modern Sky Festival (Central Park)

11/08 – Portland, ME @ Port City Music Hall

11/09 – Boston, MA @ Royale

11/12 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer

11/13 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club

11/14 – Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theatre

11/15 – Atlanta, GA @ The Loft

11/16 – Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge

11/19 – Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue

11/21 – Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre

11/22 – Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theatre

11/23 – Buffalo, NY @ The Tralf

STARS is: Amy Millan, Evan Cranley, Patrick McGee, Chris Seligman and Torquil Campbell, with Chris McCarron.

STARS On The Web:





19.08.2014 news
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New Mariachi El Bronx Album ‘III’


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Stream/Download The New Album’s Opening Track “New Beat” At KCRW

West Coast Tour Kicks Off November 5 With Record Release Show At Los Angeles’ El Rey Theatre

Mariachi El Bronx – the alter ego of acclaimed Los Angeles punk outfit The Bronx – have announced the November 4 release of Mariachi El Bronx (III) with this video teaser. Stream and download the album’s opening track “New Beat” at KCRW. On the third in its series of self-titled albums, the band took a fresh approach. Not content to simply excel within the confines of the mariachi genre, they ditched the rulebook and dusted off old sequencers, synths and an ARP. The 10 striking songs that resulted fuse traditional melodies with modern ambience. See below for track listing.

(III) will be available via ATO Records in all formats, including day-glo orange vinyl, and can be pre-ordered now at http://thebronxxx.shop.musictoday.com. Fans who pre-order (III) will receive a download of  “Loteria,” a track that does not appear on the album, plus 8 to 1, a short film that the band members shot entirely on their iPhones. (III) is due out November 3 via PIAS Records in the UK and Europe and November 7 on Cooking Vinyl Records in Australia and New Zealand.

Mariachi El Bronx will celebrate the album’s release with a fall West Coast run that will kick off on November 5 with a record release show at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. Long Beach, CA-based band Tijuana Panthers will support along with Pounded By The Surf, a new surf band founded by Joby J. Ford and Vincent Hidalgo, both of Mariachi El Bronx, and Thaddeus Robles (the Heartaches).

 An online ticket presale for the fall tour is underway now at https://mariachielbronx.tix.musictoday.com/shopper.aspx. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday, September 12. Mariachi El Bronx will be touring Europe in December, supporting Gogol Bordello. See below for itinerary.

The band recorded most of (III) at Haunted Hallow Studios in Charlottesville, Virginia, a surreal private countryside location with absolutely no cell phone reception, but plenty of strange sculptures and miles of woods in every direction. Mariachi El Bronx – comprising Matt Caughthran, Joby J. Ford, Jorma Vik, Brad Magers, Ken Horne, Vincent Hidalgo, Ray Suen and Keith Douglas – spent two weeks there, recording with producer John Avila (Oingo Boingo), who co-produced (I) and (II) with the band. From the social commentary of tracks like “New Beat” and “Sixes And Sevens” to the reflective “Wildfires” and “High Tide,” (III) reveals a band coming into its own, extending the proverbial middle finger to tradition – and backing it up 100%. DJ Bonebrake (X) guests on marimbas on “Nothing’s Changed” and harp virtuoso Willie Acuña (Mariachi Sol de Mexico) joins the band on “Raise The Dead.”

(III) follows 2011’s Mariachi El Bronx (II), which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Alternative New Artist chart. The band supported (II) with numerous high profile television and radio performances – including “Late Show with David Letterman,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” “Conan,” KCRW’s “Morning Becomes Eclectic,” WXPN’s “World Café” and KEXP – and extensive touring, including a North American arena run with Foo Fighters.

NPR noted, “inside the tales of lost love and other tragedies, there’s plenty of tradition balanced by shots of pure joy and irreverence” and the BBC praised (II) as a “fabulous album, fabulously written, fabulously arranged and fabulously executed.” In a four-star review, Alternative Press observed, “Mariachi El Bronx (II) triumphs because not only does it treat the West Mexican musical idiom with respect, it raises the bar for future directions and possibilities.”


  1. New Beat
  2. Wildfires
  3. Sticks And Stones
  4. High Tide
  5. Nothing’s Changed
  6. Eternal
  7. Raise The Dead
  8. Everything Twice
  9. Right Between The Eyes
  10. Valya


Tickets available here.

West Coast Headline Tour

11/5 – Los Angeles, CA @ The El Rey Theatre

11/6 – San Luis Obispo, CA @ SLO Brewing Co

11/7 – Santa Barbara, CA @ Velvet Jones

11/8 – San Francisco, CA @ The Independent

11/10 – Bellingham, WA @ The Wild Buffalo

11/11 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile

11/12 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre

11/14 – Sacramento, CA @ Assembly Music Hall

11/15 – Fresno, CA @ Strummers

Supporting Gogol Bordello

12/1 – Gdansk, POL @ B90

12/2 – Krakow, POL @ Rotunda

12/4 – Warsaw, POL @ Stodola

12/5 – Berlin, GER @ Astra Kulturhaus

12/6 – Osnabrück, GER @ Hyde Park

12/8 – Newcastle, UK @ O2 Academy

12/9 – Liverpool, UK @ O2 Academy

12/11 – Birmingham, UK @ O2 Academy

12/12 – Sheffield, UK @ O2 Academy

12/13 – London, UK @ The Roundhouse

12/14 – Nottingham, UK @ Rock City

12/16 – Dublin, IRE @ The Academy

18.08.2014 news

Jessica Lea Mayfield Fall Tour

Jessica Lea Mayfield will be heading out on a string of tour dates through the midwest this September, including headlining shows and a tour with Communion Music. Tour dates are below, and tickets are available from Jessica’s website.

9/9 – Bloomington, IN @ The Bishop

9/10 – Louisville, KY @ Zanzabar

9/11 – Springfield, MO @ Patton Alley Pub

9/13 – Joplin, MO @ JB’s Downtown

9/15 – Omaha, NE @ Slowdown Front Room

9/16 – Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater

9/17 – Madison, WI @ The Frequency

9/18 – Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville MEws

9/19 – Maquoketa, IA @ Codfish Hollow Barn

9/26 – Cincinnati, OH @ Midpoint Music Festival

9/27 – Cleveland, OH @ NEOCycle Music Festival

9/28 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Founders Brewing Co

Keep your eyes peeled for a new music video for “No Fun”, directed by Joshua Shoemaker, coming soon. In the meantime, watch her video for “I Wanna Love You”:

15.08.2014 news
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Primus Tour Update: Danny Carey of Tool to Play in September

Primus has announced that Tool drummer Danny Carey will fill in for Primus drummer Tim ‘Herb’ Alexander on the September dates of Primus’ upcoming fall tour in support of their upcoming album Primus and the Chocolate Factory. Alexander, who is currently recovering from an open heart surgery last month, is slated to rejoin Primus’ original lineup in October.

Les Claypool commented on the lineup change in an article for Rolling Stone, saying, “The mighty Tim ‘Herb’ Alexander is a polyrhythmic Viking of extreme and unique talent so the one person that we thought could step into his shoes and do it justice is the one and only Mr. Danny Carey… whereas Herb is the stocky, Easter Island-faced boulder of a drumming human, at nearer to seven feet, Danny Carey is the mighty redwood tree of percussion; towering over his kit like a golden-haired noble sequoia”.

A full list of tour dates is below, and tickets are available on Primus’ website. Stream “Pure Imagination” from the album out October 21st here:

9/12 – Maplewood, MN @ Myth

9/13 – Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall

9/12-14 – Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest

9/16 – Fargo, ND @ The Venue

9/17 – Clive, IA @ 7 Flags Event Center

9/19-21 – Denver, CO @ Riot Fest

10/22 – Upper Darby, PA @ Tower Theatre

10/24 – Albany, NY @ Palace Theatre

10/25 – Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theatre

10/26 – Burlington, VT @ Flynn Center for the Performing Arts

10/28 – Waterbury, CT @ Palace Theatre

10/29 – Baltimore, MD @ Hippodrome

10/31 – New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre

11/1 – New Brunswick, NJ @ State Theatre

11/2 – Rochester, NY @ Main Street Armory

11/3 – Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore

11/5 – St. Louis, MO @ Peabody Opera House

11/7 – Cincinnati, OH @ Taft Theatre

11/8 – Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle

11/9 – Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live

11/11 – Miami, FL @ The Fillmore

11/12 – Clearwater, FL @ Ruth Eckerd Hall

11/14 – Biloxi, MS @ Hard Rock Hotel and Casino

11/15 – Austin, TX @ ACL Live at the Moody Theater

11/16 – Dallas, TX @ The Majestic Theatre

11/17 – San Antonio, TX @ The Majestic Theatre

11/19 – Phoenix, AZ @ Orpheum Theatre

11/21 – Los Angeles, CA @ Orpheum Theatre

14.08.2014 news, Uncategorized

Old Crow Medicine Show Touring West in September

Old Crow Medicine Show continues to tour on the heels of their critically acclaimed new album Remedy, with dates approaching in the Southeast and West Coast this September, with dates in the Midwest and UK following in October. New Orleans based band The Deslondes, who have toured previously with Alabama ShakesThe Lumineers, and others, will be supporting through September.

See below for updated tour dates – tickets are available on Old Crow’s website - and check out the video for “Sweet Amarillo”:

9/12 – Midwest City, OK @ Rose State Performing Arts Theatre ^

9/13 – Albuquerque, NM @ KIVA Auditorium^

9/14 – Mesa, AZ @ Ikeda Theater^

9/14 – Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl^

9/18 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern Theater^

9/19 – Monterey, CA @ Golden State Theater^

9/20 – San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic^

9/22 – Reno, NV @ Cargo at Whitney Peak Hotel^

9/23 – Bend, OR @ Century Center^

9/24 – Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall^

9/26 – Seattle, WA @ The Paramount Theatre^

9/28 – Vancouver, BC @ Orpheum Theatre^

9/30 – Missoula, MT @ Adams Center^

10/2 – Minneapolis, MN @ State Theatre^

10/3 – Madison, WI @ Overture Hall^

10/19 – Manchester, UK @ Ritz*

10/20 – Dublin, Ireland @ Vicar Street*

10/21 – Belfast, UK @ Mandela Hall*

10/22 – Glasgow, UK @ O2 ABC*

10/24 – London, UK @ Roundhouse*

10/26 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso*

11/14 – Louisville, KY @ Louisville Palace

11/21 – Birmingham, AL @ Alabama Theatre

11/22 – Chattanooga, TN @ Memorial Auditorium

^ With The Deslondes

* With Parker Millsap 



13.08.2014 news

Hurray for the Riff Raff: Tour Update

It’s shaping up to be a busy fall for Hurray for the Riff Raff. After a few end-of-summer festival stops including Bumbershoot in Seattle and San Francisco’s Hardly Strictly, the band will be heading out on tour with Trampled by Turtles before setting out on a headlining tour in the Southeast. Check the dates below to see when they’ll be in your area (tickets are available on the band’s website), and watch the video for “I Know It’s Wrong, But That’s Alright”:

Tour Dates:

8/29-8/30: Fayetteville, AR @ Fayetteville Roots Festival

9/1: Seattle, WA @ Bumbershoot Festival

9/4: Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre

9/5: Madison, WI @ Overture Hall

9/6: Cincinnati, OH @ Ohio River Throwdown

9/7: Knoxville, TN @ Bijou Theatre

9/9: Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theatre

9/10: Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer

9/11: Boston, MA @ House of Blues

9/12: New York, NY @ Terminal 5

9/13: Columbia, MD @ Merriweather Post Pavilion

9/14: Ottowa, Canada @ Ottawa Folk Festival

9/20: Shakopee, MN @ Festival Palomino

9/21: North Adams, MA @ FreshGrass Bluegrass Festival

10/3: San Francisco, CA @ Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival

10/22: Birmingham, AL @ WorkPlay Theatre

10/23: Asheville, NC @ The Grey Eagle

10/24: Charlotte, NC @ Visulite Theatre

10/25: Edisto Island, SC @ Mostly Bluegrass Festival

10/27: Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre

10/28: Savannah, GA @ The Jinx

10/29: Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West

13.08.2014 news
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Listen to NPR Fresh Air Review of Benjamin Booker album, catch him on tour this Fall [NEW DATES]!

Ken Tucker of NPR’s Fresh Air reviewed Benjamin Booker’s debut album, calling it “out of control, impassioned” and “raw, yet disciplined”. Listen to the full review hereBenjamin Booker is available now on vinyl or CD from his online store or on iTunes,

According to NPR, Booker’s “ready for headliner status”. Check him out for yourself on his fall headlining tour: tickets are available at his website, and dates are below:

Tour Dates:

08/13 – Vancouver BC @ The Media Club ^

08/15 – Seattle WA @ Tractor Tavern^

08/16 – Portland OR @ Doug Fir Lounge

08/19 – Oakland CA @ Leo’s

08/20 – San Francisco CA @ Brick & Mortar

08/21 – Los Angeles CA @ The Echo

08/22 – San Diego CA @ Soda Bar

08/24 – Los Angeles CA @ FYF Fest

09/25 – Nashville TN @ High Watt #

09/26 – Louisville KY @ Zanzabar #

09/27 – Chicago IL @ Schubas #

09/29 – St. Paul MN @ Turf Club #

10/01 – Kansas City MO @ The Record Bar #

10/03 – Dallas TX @ Three Links

10/04 – Austin TX @ Austin City Limits Festival

10/11 – Austin TX @ Austin City Limits Festival

10/17 – Birmingham AL @ The Bottletree #

10/18 – Atlanta GA @ Vinyl #

10/20 – Washington DC @ U Hall #

10/21 – Philadelphia PA @ World Cafe Live – Downstairs #

10/22 – Cambridge MA @ TT The Bear’s #

10/24 – Tallahassee FL @ Club Downunder

10/25 – Tampa FL @ Coral Skies Festival

10/26 – West Palm Beach FL @ Coral Skies Festival

10/29 – Orlando FL @ The Social

10/30 – Gainesville FL @ High Dive

10/31 – Mobile AL @ Soul Kitchen

11/01 – New Orleans LA @ Voodoo Music Experience


^ w/ The Districts

# w/ Blank Range


13.08.2014 news
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Drive-By Truckers Continue to Tour In Support of “English Oceans” with Lucero, Houndmouth and More

The Drive-By Truckers have barely had a moment’s rest since the March release of their newest record, English Oceansand don’t plan on slowing down anytime soon. This September and October the band will continue to journey across America with the likes of St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Houndmouth, Lucero, Lee Bains & The Glory Fires and more.


Looking at the accomplishments of English Oceans from the perspective of DBT’s nearly three-decade history, both Cooley and Hood decline to hedge their bets on the quality of their latest work.


“You’re always hesitant to say, ‘Oh, this is the best record we’ve ever made,’” Cooley says, “because you always want to. And sometimes you say it, and sometimes you’re right, and sometimes you think, ‘Well, maybe I jumped the gun on that a little bit, I got excited.’ But I think this just might be the best record we’ve ever made.”


Head below to find out when the Drive-By Truckers are bringing their rock show to your town!


9/4 – Dewey Beach, DE – Bottle & Cork

9/5 – Arrington, VA – Lockn’

9/6 – Wilmington, NC – Greenfield Lake Ampitheater

9/12 – Louisville, KY – Iroquois Ampitheater w/ North Mississippi Allstars

9/13 – Detroit, MI – Royal Oak Theater%

9/14 – Champaign, IL – Canopy Club%

9/16 – Omaha, NE – Slowdown#

9/17 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom#

9/18 – Dallas, TX – Southside Music Hall#

9/19 – Memphis, TN – Minglewood Hall%

10/4 – Mt. Pleasant, SC  – Holy City Hogs

10/10 – Atlanta , GA – Tabernacle$

10/11 – Birmingham, AL – Cask and Drum

10/ 17 – New York, NY – Beacon Theater$

10/ 18 – Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory$

10/ 19 – Albany, NY – Hart Theatre at The Egg

10/21 – Pawtucket, RI – The Met

10/22 – Bethlehem, PA – Musikfest Cafe

10/23 – Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall^

10/24 – Chicago, IL – Riviera Theater^

10/25 – Springfield, MO – Gillioz Theater^

10/28 – Fayetteville, AR – George’s Majestic Lounge^

10/29 – Oxford, MS – The Lyric Oxford^

10/30 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium^

11/1 – Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore^


# = Lucero

% = Lee Bains & The Glory Fires

$ = St. Paul & the Broken Bones

^ = Houndmouth

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