The New York Times-approved, Dallas-bred keyboardist “armed with a big voice and exuberant stage presence” (Rolling Stone) opens for Rob Thomas with her band and previews new music out later this year.
The Nashville native presents her album release show for the debut LP There Goes The Neighborhood (July 19th via Old Sol Records). Each purchased ticket includes a physical copy of the album that Rolling Stone calls “one of the more ambitious country releases coming this summer.”
The lovelorn Canadian artist – part Liz Phair’s honesty, Bikini Kill’s swagger, and Jesse Jo Stark’s alt-rock sound – previews her debut EP, Wilde Eyes and Steady Hands (June 21 via BMG/Black Box), on tour with her band. Expect to hear howling anthems and tender riffs that “[feel] both vintage and hypermodern” (C-Heads).
The Billboard chart-topping and Juno-winning Canadian quintet, known for its raucous sold-out shows and “dirty, sweaty rock” (Alternative Press), extends its North American “S.O.S.” summer tour with The Struts into the fall. The band also will open for The Rolling Stones in Toronto and play with Twenty One Pilots as a part of Festival D’été de Québec.