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September 2019

06 September

06 September

Moonchild/ ‘Little Ghost’/ Entertainment One


Little Ghost is a balancing act between modern funk ("Wise Women", "Onto Me") and the upper echelons of soul ("Too Much to Ask", "The Other Side"). With the trio in top form, long-time listeners will find something to sink their teeth into while new fans will unearth a treasure trove of an experimental R&B record tailor-made for the modern age.

Contact: Jerome Ware

06 September

06 September

Angelique Kidjo

Angelique Kidjo – Madison Square Garden (NYC)


One of The Guardian’s 100 most influential women tours the globe in 2019 around the release of Celia (Verve/Universal Music France), her new LP reimaging and celebrating “The Queen of Salsa” Celia Cruz. The three-time GRAMMY winner’s 2018 radical reimagining of the Talking Heads album Remain In Light was deemed “transformative” (New York Times), “visionary” (NPR Music), and “one of the year’s most vibrant albums” (Washington Post).

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06 September

Mandolin Orange – Ryman Auditorium (Nashville)


Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz, the “slow-burning, steadily rising duo [that] exudes gentle elegance” (NPR), add a second full-band headlining show after selling out night one. They’ve sold out every one of their headlining US performances in 2018, and the tender acoustics of new album Tides Of A Teardrop (Yep Roc) sounds heavier and more expansive on stage.

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06 September

07 September

07 September

Soulection - Elsewhere (Brooklyn, NY)


Joe Kay, Apple Music's Beats 1 radio host and founder of artist collective Soulection, announces the Joe Kay Experience. This intimate US DJ tour features special four hour sets displaying his eclectic taste. These shows follow recent and exciting Soulection events around the world: London's Somerset House; Coachella; Smokin' Grooves Festival; and Midsummer Brunches in LA, Miami, and New York.

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07 September

Mandolin Orange – Ryman Auditorium (Nashville)


Songwriter Andrew Marlin and multi-instrumentalist Emily Frantz make their headlining Ryman debut. This is a special add-on to the duo’s 2019 tour as their grassroots success story continues to grow. This follows a stellar 2018 in which they sold out every one of their headlining US performances, and new album 'Tides Of A Teardrop' (Yep Roc) is building on 100 million catalog streams and 1.3 million monthly Spotify listeners while earning early praise from Rolling Stone Country, Paste and NPR Music, which hail the North Carolinians as a "slow-burning, steadily rising duo [that] exudes gentle elegance."

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08 September

The Kingdom Choir – Hollywood Bowl (LA, CA)


Britain’s most celebrated gospel choir embarks on their first North American tour. They’ve performed for Bill Clinton, Queen Elizabeth II, Nelson Mandela, and more. The group’s cover of “Stand By Me” at The Royal Wedding of Prince Harry of Wales and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, at Windsor Castle has over two billion views.

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10 September

Paul Cauthen – AmericanaFest (Nashville)


In honor of his new album, Room 41 (September 6th via Lightning Rod Records), Cauthen extends his 2019 tour. The “muscular voiced outlaw” (LA Times) recently toured with Margo Price, Midland, Elle King, and Ryan Bingham, and Uproxx declared that Cauthen’s “live show is unmissable.”

Tuesday, Sept 10 / EXIT/IN / 8 PM

Wednesday, Sept 11 / Basement East / 10 PM

Thursday, Sept 12 / The Anchor / 9:30 PM

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10 September

10 September

11 September

Paul Cauthen – AmericanaFest (Nashville)


In honor of his new album, Room 41 (September 6th via Lightning Rod Records), Cauthen extends his 2019 tour. The “muscular voiced outlaw” (LA Times) recently toured with Margo Price, Midland, Elle King, and Ryan Bingham, and Uproxx declared that Cauthen’s “live show is unmissable.”

Tuesday, Sept 10 / EXIT/IN / 8 PM

Wednesday, Sept 11 / Basement East / 10 PM

Thursday, Sept 12 / The Anchor / 9:30 PM

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11 September

Leif Vollebekk – Moroccan Lounge (LA, CA)


The Polaris Music Prize finalist and Juno-nominated Montrealer plays music from his new record, New Ways (November 1st via Secret City Records). Vollebekk just wrapped a run with Shakey Graves in the UK and has shared the stage with Gregory Alan Isakov, Angie McMahon, Daniel Lanois, Patrick Watson, Natalia Lafourcade, Mandolin Orange, Beth Orton, Sinéad O’Connor, and more.

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11 September

Tamino – National Sawdust (Brooklyn, NY)


When the 22-year-old Egyptian/Lebanese/Belgian singer with a three-octave range recently performed on NPR’s Tiny Desk with Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood, Bob Boilen praised him as having “one of the most remarkable and memorable voices to ever grace the Tiny Desk.” Now you can see him live and hear for yourself on this short, intimate tour.

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11 September

Amy Speace – AmericanaFest (Nashville)


Shakespeare storytelling meets folk-pop in a typically rousing Amy Speace set. This tour highlights new songs from Me And The Ghost Of Charlemagne, Speace’s most spare and stripped-down album about life and death and the journey of all dreamers.

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12 September

Paul Cauthen – AmericanaFest (Nashville)


In honor of his new album, Room 41 (September 6th via Lightning Rod Records), Cauthen extends his 2019 tour. The “muscular voiced outlaw” (LA Times) recently toured with Margo Price, Midland, Elle King, and Ryan Bingham, and Uproxx declared that Cauthen’s “live show is unmissable.”

Tuesday, Sept 10 / EXIT/IN / 8 PM

Wednesday, Sept 11 / Basement East / 10 PM

Thursday, Sept 12 / The Anchor / 9:30 PM

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12 September

12 September

13 September

13 September

Joseph/ ‘Good Luck, Kid’/ ATO Records


Following 2016’s I’m Alone, No You’re Not, which was hailed as “an appealing mix of swoony delicacy and punchy anthems” by NPR Music, the new album is a road movie in album form, an odyssey at turns emotional, existential, and entirely literal.

Contact: Mikaela Duhs

13 September

Various Artists/ ‘The Time For Peace Is Now’/ Luaka Bop


Unearthed from obscure 45s found in attics, sheds, and crates across the American south, the second volume in the David Byrne-founded label’s World Spirituality Classics series presents a subset of 70s-era gospel, focusing not on Jesus or God, but instead on ourselves, and how we exist with each other.

Contact: Jerome Ware

13 September

13 September

The Commonheart – Cannery Ballroom (Nashville)


This eight-piece Pittsburgh powerhouse, led by fiery, Joe Cocker-like frontman Clinton Clegg, will win you over with a sound “so explosive...it [could] summon a biblical thunderstorm” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette). The band will preview new album Pressure (August 16th via Jullian Records) through songs like “Do Right,” which American Songwriter says, “radiates true soul” and “reverberates through your core.” They’ve shared the stage with Gary Clark Jr. and performed on the Outlaw Music Festival tour with Willie Nelson, Van Morrison, Sturgill Simpson, and more.

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14 September

Soulection - Into The Woods (LA, CA)


Joe Kay, Apple Music's Beats 1 radio host and founder of artist collective Soulection, announces the Joe Kay Experience. This intimate US DJ tour features special four hour sets displaying his eclectic taste. These shows follow recent and exciting Soulection events around the world: London's Somerset House; Coachella; Smokin' Grooves Festival; and Midsummer Brunches in LA, Miami, and New York.

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14 September

Paul Cauthen – Grand Ole Opry (Nashville)


Cauthen celebrates the release of his new album Room 41 (September 6th via Lightning Rod Records) with this Opry show. Uproxx declared that Cauthen’s “live show is unmissable.” He’ll bring that show to the Opry stage and play with the house band. The “muscular voiced outlaw” (LA Times) recently toured with Margo Price, Midland, Elle King, and Ryan Bingham.

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14 September

15 September

Bon Iver

Bon Iver – The Forum (LA, CA)


The larger scale of Bon Iver's new tour reflects their growing community in both recording and live performance, inviting the audience to gather for an exciting new production. Jenn Wasner (Wye Oak, Flock of Dimes) joins Justin Vernon, Sean Carey, Matthew McCaughan, Michael Lewis, and Andrew Fitzpatrick to form the live band. Feist, Indigo Girls, Sharon Van Etten, and Yo La Tengo support select dates.

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17 September

20 September

20 September

20 September

20 September

Tamino – Moroccan Lounge (LA, CA)


When the 22-year-old Egyptian/Lebanese/Belgian singer with a three-octave range recently performed on NPR’s Tiny Desk with Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood, Bob Boilen praised him as having “one of the most remarkable and memorable voices to ever grace the Tiny Desk.” Now you can see him live and hear for yourself on this short, intimate tour.

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20 September

20 September

Rockabye Baby!

Rockabye Baby!/ ‘Rockabye Baby! Lullaby Renditions of Selena’/ CMH Label Group


The album pays tribute to the iconic “Queen of Tex-Mex”, with songs like “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom” and “Dreaming of You”, that both loyal fans and newcomers will enjoy. With the passionate sounds of her popular music transformed into soothing, beautiful instrumentals, using wood blocks, glockenspiels, xylophone and more, your baby is sure to fall asleep snuggled by the soft melodies of one of the greatest Latin artists of all time.

Contact: Hannah Schwartz

20 September

21 September

23 September

Blanco White – Roxy Theatre (LA, CA)


What began as a solo project of Londoner Josh Edwards – a student of Spanish guitar and the charango – is now a full-blown “dexterous, poignant, and softly addictive” (Clash) exploration of Andalusian and Latin music. This tour previews the project’s debut album, On the Other Side (April 3rd via Yucatan Records).

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25 September

Bombay Bicycle Club – The Glass House (Pomona, CA)


When the UK chart-topping, Mercury Music Prize-nominated band announced a New York show, it sold out so quickly they built an entire US tour around it. This tour – extended to the West Coast – marks the triumphant live return of the beloved British guitar institution, which has a new album, Everything Else Has Gone Wrong, out early next year.

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26 September

Bombay Bicycle Club –Mayan Theater (LA, CA)


When the UK chart-topping, Mercury Music Prize-nominated band announced a New York show, it sold out so quickly they built an entire US tour around it. This tour – extended to the West Coast – marks the triumphant live return of the beloved British guitar institution, which has a new album, Everything Else Has Gone Wrong, out early next year.

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27 September

Steep Canyon Rangers – Huck Finn Jubilee (Ontario, CA)


Steep Canyon Rangers are Asheville, North Carolina’s multi-GRAMMY winners, perennial Billboard chart-toppers, and frequent associates of the renowned banjoist (and occasional comedian) Steve Martin. Their international 2019 tour follows their collaboration with Boyz II Men and the Asheville Symphony on a complete overhaul of the Rangers’ 2007 song “Be Still Moses.”

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27 September

UB40 – FivePoint Amphitheatre (Irvine, CA)


The legendary British reggae-pop group, featuring original singers Ali Campbell and Astro, joins Shaggy for a world tour. The reggae figureheads will play their greatest hits as well as newer tracks for outdoor amphitheaters across North America with an ensemble of eight musicians.

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27 September

27 September

28 September

Joseph – Webster Hall (NYC)


The Portland sister trio, known for its otherworldly harmonies, is ready to hit the road for an international tour, as its gritty new album (Good Luck, Kid, out September 13th via ATO) is a road movie in album form. Joseph has toured with James Bay and Amos Lee and has played prestigious festivals like Coachella, Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, and Outside Lands. 

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