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).
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.
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.”
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.
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).
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).
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.
The GRAMMY-nominated songwriter (Miranda Lambert, Lee Ann Womack, Ashley Monroe) and actor (Walk The Line) previews new solo music as part of Opry Country Classics. Upcoming dates include performances with Dwight Yoakam, The Milk Carton Kids, and Robert Earl Keen.
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.
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.”
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.”