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October 2019

01 October

Donovan Woods

Donovan Woods – Troubadour (LA, CA)


The JUNO-winning and Polaris-nominated songwriter and folk storyteller is now a CCMA winner. Last year’s Both Ways – fans include Rolling Stone, FADER, and Billboard – won the Roots Album of the Year award. Woods will play songs from Both Ways on this new tour opening for Ruston Kelly with his trusted band, The Opposition.

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01 October

Blanco White – High Watt (Nashville)


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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01 October

Paul Cauthen – Moroccan Lounge (LA, CA)


In honor of his new album, Room 41 (Lightning Rod Records), Cauthen adds his first LA show of 2019. 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.”

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02 October

Donovan Woods

Donovan Woods – Troubadour (LA, CA)


The JUNO-winning and Polaris-nominated songwriter and folk storyteller is now a CCMA winner. Last year’s Both Ways – fans include Rolling Stone, FADER, and Billboard – won the Roots Album of the Year award. Woods will play songs from Both Ways on this new tour opening for Ruston Kelly with his trusted band, The Opposition.

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02 October

Charlie Cunningham – Rough Trade (Brooklyn, NY)


The English songwriter known for his goosebump-inducing theatre performance now headlines this international fall tour. Cunningham’s NME- and MOJO-approved voice takes the spotlight, as well as his nylon-string guitar playing inspired by his love of Spanish flamenco. Only a drummer and keyboardist will join him on stage.

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03 October

Joan Shelley – Moroccan Lounge (LA, CA)


Shelley, with new music out and “one of the loveliest voices in music” (Rolling Stone), embarks on a headlining fall tour. Shelley has toured the world supporting Richard Thompson, Wilco, Andrew Bird, Patty Griffin, and more, and she has played festivals from Knoxville’s Big Ears to New York Lincoln Center’s American Songbook series.

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04 October

Joseph – Cannery Ballroom (Nashville)


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 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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04 October

04 October

04 October

04 October

05 October

05 October

Wrabel

Wrabel – Troubadour (LA, CA)


Following appearances during P!nk’s European tour, where they performed their collaboration “90 Days,” Wrabel presents the co-headlining “happy people sing sad songs tour” with Billy Raffoul. During these solo performances, Wrabel will debut live music from his EP, one of those happy people (Big Gay Records).

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06 October

Blanco White –Bowery Ballroom (NYC)


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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06 October

07 October

Bombay Bicycle Club – Brooklyn Steel (Brooklyn, NY)


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 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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07 October

Jack Gray – Mercury Lounge (NYC)


After making a splash with shows in NYC and LA and a headlining tour in Australia, the 21-year-old Aussie’s second US tour supports Maisie Peters. The “alt and adventurous” (Idolator) multi-genre experimentalist will play from his recently released EP Nights Like This (Warner Music Group).

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08 October

Bombay Bicycle Club – Brooklyn Steel (Brooklyn, NY)


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 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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08 October

08 October

10 October

Moonchild – Brooklyn Bowl (Brooklyn, NY)


After a year of playing festivals worldwide and tours with Kamasi Washington and The Internet, the electrifying alternative R&B trio that “continues to hypnotize” (THE FADER) embark on their own headlining US fall tour. They’re playing their biggest venues yet, and they’ll bring to the stage all their instruments: saxophone, flute, synth bass, keys, flugelhorn, trumpet, and clarinet.

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10 October

11 October

Bon Iver

Bon Iver – Barclays Center (Brooklyn, NY)


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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11 October

REZZ – Greek Theatre (LA, CA)


The recent Billboard cover star and accomplished, cutting-edge producer known for her multi-sensory performances presents her “Beyond The Senses” fall tour. REZZ's live show combines immersive effects with sinister, body-rattling bass and unrelenting hooks - a formula that has converted a frenzied fan base into the “Cult of REZZ.” She has blown away crowds at Coachella, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, and more, and she’s already sold out her second annual Red Rocks (“REZZ Rocks”) takeover.

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11 October

11 October

12 October

slenderbodies

slenderbodies – Rough Trade (Brooklyn, NY)


“The Komorebi” headlining tour pushes this “dynamic pairing” (Clash) to the next level of their groovy yet melancholic dueling-guitar sound, which is fleshed out on-stage with a live drummer and looping beats. In the last year, along with headline dates around the globe, the duo has toured with Milky Chance, Mura Masa, Passion Pit, and PVRIS.

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13 October

Lillie Mae

Lillie Mae – 3rd & Lindsley (Nashville)


Following her Grand Ole Opry debut and tour with Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters, Mae returns for a hometown “Lightning 100 Nashville Sunday Night” performance. New album Other Girls out now on Third Man Records, which Pitchfork says, “[evokes] Dolly Parton in one breath and Ariana Grande in the next.”

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13 October

13 October

15 October

The Kingdom Choir – James K. Polk Theater (Nashville)


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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16 October

Wrabel

Wrabel – Mercy Lounge (Nashville)


Following appearances during P!nk’s European tour, where they performed their collaboration “90 Days,” Wrabel presents the co-headlining “happy people sing sad songs tour” with Billy Raffoul. During these solo performances, Wrabel will debut live music from his EP, one of those happy people (Big Gay Records).

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17 October

17 October

18 October

18 October

Jack Gray – The Basement (Nashville)


After making a splash with shows in NYC and LA and a headlining tour in Australia, the 21-year-old Aussie’s second US tour supports Maisie Peters. The “alt and adventurous” (Idolator) multi-genre experimentalist will play from his recently released EP Nights Like This (Warner Music Group).

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18 October

Richard Marx

Richard Marx – St. George Theatre (Staten Island, NY)


The GRAMMY-winning, multi-million-selling pop star – the only male artist whose first seven singles reached the Top 5 on the Billboard charts – embarks on this intimate theater tour. The heartfelt new album, Limitless (February 7th via BMG), features co-writes with Sara Bareilles and Marx’s wife and son, as well as production from deadmau5.

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18 October

18 October

Tamino/ ‘Amir’/ Arts & Crafts/Communion


The deluxe release of Tamino's mesmerizing and acclaimed debut album will feature two new songs, “From Every Pore” and “Crocodile"; two new live recordings performed alongside the stunning Nagham Zikrayat Orchestra who also is featured on the original album; two demo recordings of “Chambers” and “Tummy"; and two stark live recordings from a show at La Cigale in Paris from this past spring.

Contact: Grace Fleisher

18 October

19 October

Joseph – Fonda Theatre (LA, CA)


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 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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19 October

Richard Marx

Richard Marx – Wellmont Theater (Montclair, NJ)


The GRAMMY-winning, multi-million-selling pop star – the only male artist whose first seven singles reached the Top 5 on the Billboard charts – embarks on this intimate theater tour. The heartfelt new album, Limitless (February 7th via BMG), features co-writes with Sara Bareilles and Marx’s wife and son, as well as production from deadmau5.

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19 October

19 October

19 October

Baby Shark Live!

Baby Shark Live! – Terrace Theater (Long Beach, CA)


This brand new, fully immersive concert experience from Pinkfong and Round Room Live embarks on its first-ever North American tour. Fans of all ages will be delighted as Baby Shark joins his friend Pinkfong for an adventure into the sea, singing and dancing through new and classic songs including “Five Little Monkeys,” “Wheels on the Bus,” “Jungle Boogie,” “Monkey Banana Dance,” and, of course, “Baby Shark.”

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20 October

21 October

Jack Gray – Troubadour (LA, CA)


After making a splash with shows in NYC and LA and a headlining tour in Australia, the 21-year-old Aussie’s second US tour supports Maisie Peters. The “alt and adventurous” (Idolator) multi-genre experimentalist will play from his recently released EP Nights Like This (Warner Music Group).

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22 October

Intelligence Squared U.S.

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates “Europe Has Declared War on American Tech Companies” – Kaye Playhouse (NYC)


European regulators are taking on American technology companies like Apple, Facebook, and Google in a big way. Regulations like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), regulators say, will give power back to tech consumers by protecting their data and will restore faith in tech companies. But not everyone agrees. Intelligence Squared U.S. debates "Europe Has Declared War on American Tech Companies."

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22 October

Wrabel

Wrabel – Bowery Ballroom (NYC)


Following appearances during P!nk’s European tour, where they performed their collaboration “90 Days,” Wrabel presents the co-headlining “happy people sing sad songs tour” with Billy Raffoul. During these solo performances, Wrabel will debut live music from his EP, one of those happy people (Big Gay Records).

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22 October

Moonchild – City Winery (Nashville)


After a year of playing festivals worldwide and tours with Kamasi Washington and The Internet, the electrifying alternative R&B trio that “continues to hypnotize” (THE FADER) embark on their own headlining US fall tour. They’re playing their biggest venues yet, and they’ll bring to the stage all their instruments: saxophone, flute, synth bass, keys, flugelhorn, trumpet, and clarinet.

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23 October

23 October

slenderbodies

slenderbodies – Troubadour (LA, CA)


“The Komorebi” headlining tour pushes this “dynamic pairing” (Clash) to the next level of their groovy yet melancholic dueling-guitar sound, which is fleshed out on-stage with a live drummer and looping beats. In the last year, along with headline dates around the globe, the duo has toured with Milky Chance, Mura Masa, Passion Pit, and PVRIS.

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23 October

24 October

The Commonheart – Mercury Lounge (NYC)


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). 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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24 October

Marco Benevento – Music Hall of Williamsburg (Brooklyn, NY)


The self-described LA “hot dance piano rock” master hits the road and all his keys. Benevento has performed everywhere from Carnegie Hall and Newport Jazz to Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo. According to the LA Times, "it’s safe to say that no one sees the keyboard quite like Marco Benevento's genre-blind mashup of indie rock, jazz and skewed improvisation.”

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24 October

24 October

24 October

Donovan Woods

Donovan Woods – Bowery Ballroom (NYC)


The JUNO-winning and Polaris-nominated songwriter and folk storyteller is now a CCMA winner. Last year’s Both Ways – fans include Rolling Stone, FADER, and Billboard – won the Roots Album of the Year award. Woods will play songs from Both Ways on this new tour opening for Ruston Kelly with his trusted band, The Opposition.

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25 October

25 October

Soulection – El Rey Theatre (LA, CA)


The LA artist collective returns with its TSOT ("The Sound of Tomorrow") Monthly Residency series. These premier tastemakers are bringing their impeccable curation to venues throughout LA with a line-up featuring Soulection crew favorites: Esta, Jared Jackson, Sasha Marie, Sahar Habibi, and surprise special guests.

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25 October

25 October

25 October

Joan Shelley – City Winery (Nashville)


The Louisville native with “one of the loveliest voices in music” (Rolling Stone), extends her headlining fall tour. She’ll play songs off her upcoming record Like The River Loves The Sea (No Quarter Records), which was inspired by, and recorded in, Reykjavík, Iceland; The New York Times, NPR Music, Stereogum, Uproxx, and more are already fans of the new music.

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26 October

26 October

Liza Anne – Teragram Ballroom (LA, CA)


After making her late-night TV debut on CONAN, supporting Ray LaMontagne on a sold-out theatre tour, and being hand-picked by Kacey Musgraves to support select dates, the Nashville songwriter returns. She’ll preview new music from her upcoming album while supporting Lucy Dacus on this fall tour.

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26 October

Amy Speace – Rockwood Stage 3 (NYC)


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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27 October

Liza Anne – Moroccan Lounge (LA, CA)


The Nashville songwriter adds a second LA date with Lucy Dacus and a secret guest. After making her late-night TV debut on CONAN and being handpicked by Kacey Musgraves to support select dates, Liza will preview new music from her upcoming album. Liza’s raucous and celebratory break-up anthem “Devotion” is out now.

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28 October

Scarypoolparty – Playstation Theater (NYC)


The alter ego of American Idol breakout Alejandro Aranda and “the next John Mayer” (Ones to Watch) sells out his first headlining tour. This will be his first full-band tour, which follows a sold-out acoustic summer tour. His recent Lollapalooza performance landed him on best-of lists from Billboard, GRAMMY, Chicago Tribune, and more.

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28 October

Riah – Checker Hall (LA, CA)


“A Dinner Party with Riah” celebrates a decade of The Wild Honey Pie with this dinner and performance by the NYT-approved artist and “dream pop crooner” (Ones To Watch). Vegan options will be available.

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29 October

Allen Stone – The Cutting Room (NYC)


The man with “disarmingly soulful vocals” (Billboard) follows his summer tour with Train with something a little different: an intimate karaoke tour. Stone will preview songs from his upcoming album, Building Balance (November 8th via ATO), and he will play classic karaoke staples, upfront and literally face-to-face with his fans.

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29 October

30 October

JJ Wilde – The Basement (Nashville)


The “fiercely unapologetic” (Atwood) rocker embarks on her debut headlining tour. Earlier this summer, she played shows with The Glorious Sons, The Struts, Reignwolf, and Incubus. Her live set is a no-holds-barred rush of raw emotion and swagger. Atwood continues that “her electric presence transfers over to dynamic vocals and powerfully expressive guitar work.”

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30 October

Allen Stone – The McKittrick Hotel (NYC)


The man with “disarmingly soulful vocals” (Billboard) follows his summer tour with Train with something a little different: an intimate karaoke tour. Stone will preview songs from his upcoming album, Building Balance (November 8th via ATO), and he will play classic karaoke staples, upfront and literally face-to-face with his fans.

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30 October

The Cinematic Orchestra – Exit/In (Nashville)


For their first US tour in over a decade, Jason Swinscoe and Dom Smith will lead a seven-piece band of virtuosic performers, all of whom are long-standing members of the revered electronic group. The tour follows a three-night run of hometown shows at London’s Roundhouse, which the Times of London called “atmospheric … transporting.”

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