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February 2020

05 February

05 February

PREP

PREP – Rough Trade (Brooklyn, NY)


This British indie-pop group’s headlining US tour continues an already epic 2020. The four-piece band known for its “butter smooth yacht-pop” (Rolling Stone) will play new songs “Over (ft. Anna of the North)” and “Love Breaks Down” and will tease more that’s coming this year.

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07 February

07 February

07 February

Loose Buttons/ ‘Something Better’/ Moon Crawl Records / AWAL Distribution


On Something Better, Loose Buttons team with The Strokes’ longtime producer Gus Oberg to create a debut that doubles as a snapshot of the group growing into their own on their own terms. The record sees Loose Buttons fuse their “potent indie rock mix” (Nylon) with a narrative centered around fending off the lingering pains of the past and looming anxieties of looking forward to build something that's truly worth living for. 

 

Contact: Max Lefkowitz

07 February

07 February

Big Yellow Dog Music

Logan Mize – The Parish (Anaheim, CA)


The rising Kansas-bred country artist teams up with Willie Jones for the West Coast “I Ain’t Gotta Grow Up Tour.” In 2019, both electrified crowds during Country Music Week in London, Glasgow, Berlin, and Amsterdam. As two of country’s hottest rising acts on streaming, they come together again to deliver more than two hours of music each night.

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07 February

10 February

PREP

PREP – The Echo (LA, CA)


This British indie-pop group’s headlining US tour continues an already epic 2020. The four-piece band known for its “butter smooth yacht-pop” (Rolling Stone) will play new songs “Over (ft. Anna of the North)” and “Love Breaks Down” and will tease more that’s coming this year.

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10 February

12 February

PREP

PREP – Constellation Room (Santa Ana, CA)


This British indie-pop group’s headlining US tour continues an already epic 2020. The four-piece band known for its “butter smooth yacht-pop” (Rolling Stone) will play new songs “Over (ft. Anna of the North)” and “Love Breaks Down” and will tease more that’s coming this year.

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14 February

Jocelyn & Chris

Jocelyn & Chris Arndt/ ‘One Night In November’/ Bridge Road Entertainment


Recorded completely live in front of an intimate audience at White Lake Studios in Upstate New York, these Harvard-bred rockers and their band delivered "raw, impressive intimacy" (American Songwriter) across reimagined versions of their greatest hits to date, including their latest Billboard AAA Top 40 singles “Outta My Head” (featured on NBC’s Today Show) and “Kill In The Cure” (which remained on Billboard’s chart for 12 consecutive weeks).

Contact: Andrea Evenson

14 February

14 February

14 February

Jessie Clement/ ‘Slow Motion Philosophies’/ Corum Hill Records


Recorded at Nashville’s Sound Emporium and produced by Russell Terrell (Brooks & Dunn, Eric Church, Thomas Rhett) and Brad Hill (Maren Morris, Brothers Osborne, Lucie Silvas), Slow Motion Philosophies is a collection of poetry that chronicles a young woman’s journey into adulthood as she experiences heartbreak, healing, and self-discovery — all set to the tone of vintage R&B grooves, loose Jazz swagger, and crystalline vocals. 

Contact: Olivia Del Valle

14 February

Nora Jane Struthers – 3rd & Lindsley (Nashville)


The Rolling Stone- and NPR-approved Americana singer and songwriter hits the road to debut on stage her new album Bright Lights, Long Drives, First Words (February 21st), recorded while eight months pregnant. Struthers’ longtime touring band, The Party Line, join her to expand upon these rousing stories on the hard-fought journey to artistry and motherhood.

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15 February

Terry Allen – Zebulon (LA, CA)


The art-country icon and his Panhandle Mystery Band play select shows in honor of the new album, Just Like Moby Dick (January 24th via Paradise Of Bachelors). Hailed as “riveting” (NPR), “stunning” (Pitchfork), and “delectably barbed” (New York Times), Allen has influenced multiple generations of artists and iconoclasts through his music and visual art, and his new album is a sort of spiritual successor to his masterstroke 1979 double album, Lubbock (on everything).

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15 February

16 February

Terry Allen – Zebulon (LA, CA)


The art-country icon and his Panhandle Mystery Band play select shows in honor of the new album, Just Like Moby Dick (January 24th via Paradise Of Bachelors). Hailed as “riveting” (NPR), “stunning” (Pitchfork), and “delectably barbed” (New York Times), Allen has influenced multiple generations of artists and iconoclasts through his music and visual art, and his new album is a sort of spiritual successor to his masterstroke 1979 double album, Lubbock (on everything).

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18 February

Illiterate Light – Moroccan Lounge (LA, CA)


While touring with Rainbow Kitten Surprise and The Head And The Heart, Jake Cochran (stand-up drum kit) and Jeff Gorman (guitar, loops, synth tones) have been winning over crowds with their “hypnotic” (Billboard) performances and “electrifying” (Uproxx) stage presence. Despite being one of the festival’s earliest acts, they even received a standing ovation at Newport Folk Fest. They now headline this 2020 tour following the release of their self-titled debut on Atlantic.

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20 February

Allen Stone – Marathon Music Works (Nashville)


On the heels of an adventurous karaoke tour and new album (Building Balance, out now via ATO), the R&B singer-songwriter embarks on his biggest headlining tour yet. “I'm pumped to showcase Building Balance the way it was intended,” says Stone, “with a live band, for a live audience.” Stone also will be performing on the TODAY show on December 4th, and Jimmy Kimmel Live! on December 9th. 

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21 February

21 February

21 February

21 February

21 February

21 February

21 February

Kandace Springs – Blue Whale (LA, CA)


During this spring run, the accomplished artist previews selections off her upcoming LP, The Women Who Raised Me. Produced by GRAMMY-winning producer Larry Klein (Joni Mitchell, Herbie Hancock) — who produced Springs’ 2016 debut, Soul EyesThe Women Who Raised Me is a tribute album to the musicians who most impacted her music, stylings, and journey, featuring renditions of songs made famous by Ella Fitzgerald, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Bonnie Raitt, and more.

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21 February

21 February

21 February

22 February

Aoife O’Donovan

Aoife O’Donovan – Town Hall (NYC)


The Americana Awards-winning folk musician is back following her first GRAMMY win (with I’m With Her) with a new release (Bull Frogs Croon (and Other Songs), her first in four years and a collaboration with a string quartet set to Oregon’s late Poet Laureate, Peter Sears. Her extensive tour will take her across the US.

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22 February

Kandace Springs – Samueli Theater (Costa Mesa, CA)


During this spring run, the accomplished artist previews selections off her upcoming LP, The Women Who Raised Me. Produced by GRAMMY-winning producer Larry Klein (Joni Mitchell, Herbie Hancock) — who produced Springs’ 2016 debut, Soul EyesThe Women Who Raised Me is a tribute album to the musicians who most impacted her music, stylings, and journey, featuring renditions of songs made famous by Ella Fitzgerald, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Bonnie Raitt, and more.

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26 February

27 February

Intelligence Squared U.S.

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates “Anti-Zionism Is the New Anti-Semitism” – Florence Gould Hall (NYC)


Is anti-Zionism increasingly drifting into anti-Semitism? This acclaimed nonpartisan debate series holds this discussion, in which both sides pair journalists who have worked in Israel with a political figure from the region. Arguing for the motion are New York Times columnist Bret Stephens and former Israeli Parliament member Einat Wilf. Arguing against the motion are The Atlantic contributor Peter Beinart and US Campaign for Palestinian Rights Executive Director Yousef Munayyer.

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27 February

Jessi Alexander – Rockwood Music Hall (NYC)


The GRAMMY-nominated and CMA- and ACM Award-winning songwriter (Celine Dion, Miley Cyrus, Blake Shelton, Lee Brice, Scotty McCreary), and one of Nashville’s most prolific lyricists, plays Manhattan to preview her new album Decatur County Red, out March 27th. This is Alexander’s first original project since her 2014 collaboration with Sheryl Crow, Dierks Bentley, Chris & Morgane Stapleton, and Brothers Osborne.

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27 February

Allen Stone – Asbury Lanes (Asbury Park, NJ)


On the heels of an adventurous karaoke tour and new album (Building Balance, out now via ATO), the R&B singer-songwriter embarks on his biggest headlining tour yet. “I'm pumped to showcase Building Balance the way it was intended,” says Stone, “with a live band, for a live audience.” Stone also will be performing on the TODAY show on December 4th, and Jimmy Kimmel Live! on December 9th. 

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28 February

28 February

29 February

Illiterate Light – The Basement East (Nashville)


While touring with Rainbow Kitten Surprise and The Head And The Heart, Jake Cochran (stand-up drum kit) and Jeff Gorman (guitar, loops, synth tones) have been winning over crowds with their “hypnotic” (Billboard) performances and “electrifying” (Uproxx) stage presence. Despite being one of the festival’s earliest acts, they even received a standing ovation at Newport Folk Fest. They now headline this 2020 tour following the release of their self-titled debut on Atlantic.

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29 February

Sarah Harmer

Sarah Harmer – Joe’s Pub (NYC)


The award-winning songwriter and environmentalist plays her first tour in a decade in honor of her new album, Are You Gone (February 21st via Arts & Crafts). Harmer’s first full body of work in ten years is a darker, edged-out evolution of the “razor-sharp songwriting chops” (NPR Music) and “plainly hooky”  (Rolling Stone) melodies that earned her debut album, You Were Here, unanimous praise in 2000.

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29 February

Allen Stone – Brooklyn Steel (Brooklyn, NY)


On the heels of an adventurous karaoke tour and new album (Building Balance, out now via ATO), the R&B singer-songwriter embarks on his biggest headlining tour yet. “I'm pumped to showcase Building Balance the way it was intended,” says Stone, “with a live band, for a live audience.” Stone also will be performing on the TODAY show on December 4th, and Jimmy Kimmel Live! on December 9th. 

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