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14 February, 2020Print

JJ Wilde Continues 2020 Rock Road Trip With Rival Sons and The Struts

JJ Wilde Continues 2020 Rock Road Trip With Rival Sons and The Struts

Follows Tours With Jimmy Eat World And The Blue Stones

We are only a month into 2020 and JJ Wilde, who is currently on tour stateside with The Blue Stones and set to open for Jimmy Eat World in Canada this spring, just announced she will join Rival Sons and The Struts respectively this May/June on two additional tours. 

It has been a year since JJ released her debut single “Wired”, which was featured on some of Spotify’s most prominent rock playlists, and her career has skyrocketed since then: she headlined her first U.S. tour supporting her debut EP Wilde Eyes, Steady Hands via BMG/BlackBox, her focus track “The Rush” has over 1 million streams on Spotify and was added to global playlists such as Rockin Vibes, Top Of The Rock, Fierce Femmes and Apple Music’s The New Rock, she opened for a plethora of modern rock royalty including The Glorious Sons, Incubus, The Struts, and Reignwolf, has been covered by American Songwriter, Paste, and Earmilk, was included in the lineup for BottleRock, Firefly, and Download festival this Summer, and is set to perform at SXSW. 

She recently released her most vulnerable track yet “Funeral For A Lover,” a devastating ballad about contending with a significant other’s depression which led to American Songwriter singing her praises, saying her “voice is seriously so powerful I think she could cut down a tree by just singing at it” while Atwood Magazine said it was a “hauntingly honest and emotional depiction of depression’s impact.”

Upcoming Shows

2/14 - Pittsburgh, PA, - Thunderbird Café & Music Hall**

2/15 - Albany, NY - The Hollow Bar + Kitchen**

2/ 16 - Lancaster, PA - Chameleon Club**

2/18 - Philadelphia, PA - Milkboy**

2/19 - Brooklyn, NY - Rough Trade**

2/ 20 - Buffalo, NY - MOHAWK PLACE**

2/ 21- Columbus, OH - The Basement**

2/ 22 - Cleveland, OH - Grog Shop**

4/ 22 - Halifax, Canada - The Marquee Ballroom ++ 

4/ 23 - Halifax, Canada - The Marquee Ballroom ++

4/25- Quebec, Canada - Impérial Bell ++

4/ 26 - Sherbrooke, Canada - Granada Theatre ++

4/ 28 - Montréal, Canada - Théâtre Corona ++

4/ 29 - Ottawa, Canada - Bronson Centre ++

5/ 1 - Kingston, Canada - The Ale House ++

5 / 2 - Kitchener, Canada - Elements ++

5/ 3 - London, Canada - London Music Hall ++

5/6 - Athens, GA - Georgia Theater ^^

5/8 - Wilmington, NC - Greenfield Lake Amphitheater ^^

5/9 - Charlotte, NC - The Fillmore ^^

5/10 - Charleston, SC - Music Farm ^^

5/12 - Richmond, VA - The National ^^

5/13 - Huntington, NY - Paramount Theater ^^

5/14 - Port Chester, NY - Capitol Theater ^^

5/16 - Jersey City, NJ - White Eagle Hall ^^

5/17 - Hartford, CT - Webster Theater ^^

6/18 - Port Chester, NY - Capitol Theater ##

6/19 - Asbury Park, NJ - Stone Pony Lot ##

6/25 - Rochester, NY - Martin Luther King Jr. Park ##

6/27 - Fort Wayne, IN - Clyde Theatre ##

** w/ The Blue Stones

++ w/ Jimmy Eat World

^^ w/ Rival Sons

## w/ The Struts