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April 2019

03 April

Donovan Woods – Bootleg Bar (LA, CA)

The multiple JUNO Award and Polaris Music Prize nominee follows a stellar 2018 with a new tour with his band, The Opposition. Woods’ poetic storytelling and charming live chops have led to over 81 million Spotify streams, as well as having his songs recorded by Tim McGraw, Billy Currington, and Charles Kelley. American Songwriter praises the recently released Live At Southern Ground Studios, saying it “capture[s] Woods’ soulful passion, studied craftsmanship and ace band.”

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04 April

The Dip – Moroccan Lounge (LA, CA)

The Seattle soul septet and “one of the most exciting and joyous acts to emerge in recent years” (KEXP) tours behind new album The Dip Delivers (2/8 via AWAL). Known throughout the Pacific Northwest for their lively shows, the electrifying seven-piece is grounded by a driving rhythm section and the impeccably crisp lines of the “Honeynut Horns.”

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05 April

Mt. Joy

Mt. Joy – Teragram Ballroom (LA, CA)

Building on their whirlwind 2018 – from relative unknowns to late-night TV and 55+ million Spotify plays – the “fast and furious 21st-century success story” (Magnet) tours as a part of a North American winter tour. In little more than two years as a band, the band released their self-titled debut to praise from NPR Music, Rolling Stone, Billboard and more; performed on Conan, CBS Saturday and Last Call with Carson Daly; sold out back-to-back headlining shows in NYC; and racked up over 1.5 million monthly listeners.

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16 April

25 April

25 April

Nick Waterhouse

Nick Waterhouse – The Regent (LA, CA)

“The second coming of soul” (Vogue) leads his backing band on a headlining US tour in honor of his new self-titled LP. Waterhouse has toured the world and has collaborated with upstarts Ty Segall, Leon Bridges and Jon Batiste; soul legend Ural Thomas; Latin stars the Boogaloo Assassins and more.

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26 April

Kelly Finnigan – The Mint (LA, CA)

The Bay Area-based singer and songwriter steps away from his role as frontman for indie-soul group, The Monophonics, with this release-day show for his solo album, The Tales People Tell (Colemine Records). With his backing band, The Atonements, Finnigan channels a multitude of influences that reflect a lifetime immersed in the music and culture of soul, R&B, and hip-­hop.

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27 April

Kelly Finnigan – Fingerprints Records (Long Beach, CA)

The indie-soul auteur and charismatic frontman for Bay Area heavyweights The Monophonics embarks on his first-ever solo headlining tour: “The Tales People Tell” tour. Finnigan will perform songs from his new album, The Tales People Tell (4/26 via Colemine Records), live for the first time, along with select covers and a few surprises. Joining him are The Atonements, who’ll add funky basslines, fiery backing vocals, and bold horns.

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30 April

Henry Jamison – Moroccan Lounge (LA, CA)

The Burlington, VT, singer-songwriter deconstructing “toxic fraternity” on new album Gloria Duplex (Akira Records) presents his first headlining tour. Jamison has spent years honing his live chops touring internationally with Big Thief, Caroline Rose, Darlingside, Nick Hakim, Guster, and more. Rolling Stone recently praised Jamison’s “dreamy and downy soft, laced with orchestral strings and a Sufjan Stevens-worthy vocal" folk arrangements, which now will be fleshed out on stage with a full band.

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