The Canadian newcomer, currently on her first US tour, comes shrouded in mystery and brandishing a new take on lovelorn rock music. She and her band deliver a powerfully brash set featuring debut single “Wired” and songs from her forthcoming EP while on the road with The Glorious Sons.
The Juno-winning Canadian quintet, which recently landed at No. 1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Songs chart for “S.O.S. (Sawed Off Shotgun),” embarks on an extensive US headlining tour. Their “infectious energy” (Billboard) and grassroots touring have propelled them to Spotify Viral 50 charts and selling out ballrooms and halls across the country.
The multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, arranger, producer and two-time GRAMMY winner embarks on a massive, international, full-band headlining tour behind the release of the first of his 40-song, four-volume exploration of the mind, Djesse (Hajanga Records/Decca/Geffen). Collier won two GRAMMYs and a Jazz FM Award for his 2016 debut, In My Room, and his quick rise led to collaborations with Herbie Hancock and Hans Zimmer; a performance with Pharrell; and a Ted Talk.
Songwriter Andrew Marlin and multi-instrumentalist Emily Frantz join their longtime touring band (keyboardist/guitarist, bassist and drummer) for this performance supporting new album Tides Of A Teardrop (Yep Roc). The North Carolina-based duo had a busy 2018: They sold out every US headlining date; sold out 12 of 14 dates on a winter European tour; played with the Avett Brothers and Josh Ritter; and graced iconic stages such as Red Rocks, the Ryman Auditorium, Bonnaroo and Newport Folk Festival.
The Indian singer-songwriter’s already incredible global journey includes teaching himself guitar on a $20 knock-off "Givson" in New Delhi, falling in love with Elliot Smith’s music as an NYU student, winning the 2017 International Songwriter Competition, and recording the cold/mess EP in Nashville with session musicians who've backed Willie Nelson, Cage The Elephant, and more. Kuhad returns to the US for a headlining tour following his sold-out first American tour last fall.
This rare full-band US tour follows the release of the political yet optimistic Heroin And Helicopters (3/1 via Rainwater Recordings/Thirty Tigers), Cope's first new album in seven years. Cope has toured the world extensively over the course of his 25-year career, including stops at Coachella, Bonnaroo, Sasquatch and Austin City Limits. His transformative performance style compelled the Washington Post to dub him “DC’s finest export since Marvin Gaye.”
The MOJO and NME-approved UK artist, already with millions of streams, brings his intimate, goosebump-inducing theatre performance to the US. This new tour follows Cunningham’s sold-out hometown show at London’s Omeara and new singles “Sink In” and “Permanent Way,” which preview what’s to come later this year.