Month: March 2021

Funk You Gets Supernaturally Grooving On Their Debut Album, Apparitions [Premiere]

first_imgJam out with the album, and follow along with our own review of the release below:From the very first blast of the opening track, “Resolution,” the listener is pulled in by the invitingly familiar blast of horn laden soulful funk that greets them like a welcoming friend. As is often the case with funk, the lyrics speak to the mind with a higher purpose, calling for equality and compassion while the music itself speaks to a more physical part of the body, urging boogie time on the floor. The next steps on the band’s musical journey around the world finds a fiery guitar lead and gypsy-esque tilt-a-whirl feel rolls around the sonic landscape in the song “Ghost For Me,” rising to an organ break that would fit in the most majestic cathedrals ever constructed.The musical travelogue continues as Funk You takes you “Drifting” through a lazy, calypso infused intimate journey between two lovers. When the clapping hands and popping horns burst joyously into a wild series of  flourishes there’s a call to the dance floor that’s practically irresistible. With their musical bonafides already impeccably established, Funk You starts to build upon the many facets they’ve displayed by delivering one of the best songs of the disc, “She’s So High.” The band crafts a powerful, mature and sultry song that commands attention. Through dramatic tempo shifts that go from the depths of a sexy piano and sax interlude to brash brass punctuating a passionate call and response between Hamilton and an enticing guest singer distill the very essence of attraction and seduction into sonic form.Capable of creating wide open spaces to let concepts and sounds stretch out as easily as a runaway locomotive, Funk You shows great insight in how to use a concept without overusing it.  Miller’s guitar work has an element of the majestic to it in his solos for songs like “Your Soul,” but he regularly pulls back to sparse leads and funky rhythm sections. Achingly simple piano leads alternate with sky high organ fills from Foster, while Gavin Hamilton imparts the same amount of evocative emotional resonance in everything from a whisper to a shout. More impressive than what they can do separately, it’s when the band moves as one, united seamlessly in motion, whatever the pace, that moves them above and beyond what music fans have come to expect from funk based bands.On the album’s closing track, “Ghost For You,” the band keeps the paranormal theme that has pervaded Apparitions’ compositions lyrically, connecting the nature of haunting to an obsession in a very insightful manner.  All the most engaging elements are called back for one last hurrah, as “Ghost For You” rises and falls in ever shifting ways, like an infinite variety of waves crashing against the shore of consciousness. The inevitability of the manic acceleration of the song’s finale was preordained by the amazing momentum built up throughout the piece, and the silence in the moments after the last note fades has a very real edge of sorrow that such an enjoyable ride is finished.With Apparitions, Funk You has moved well beyond any expectations the music world had set for them, promising much for them in the years to come. They’ve given the world a clutch of songs that elevates the spirit and feeds the soul, while rarely not also giving the toes something to tap along with. Though it’s hard to predict the future, even with the help of some Apparitions, if the effort and talent shown on this album is any indication, Funk You will be casting inescapable incantations for many years to come.Apparitions is due out April 22nd, and you can find more information about the band on their official website. The group also has some exciting appearances coming up soon, including a Sweetwater 420 Festival after party/album release show on April 22nd, and a performance at the fest proper on April 23rd.Also, don’t miss this funky bunch when they hit the Augusta Common to open up for the James Brown Band, as part of the James Brown Birthday Bash on May 3rd. With an amazing ensemble featuring players from Brown’s actual band, as well as special guest spots from haron Jones, George Porter Jr. (The Meters), Ivan Neville (Dumpstaphunk), Ty Taylor (Vintage Trouble), Chris Rob (Nasty Delicious), Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anastasio Band), and more, this is one night that should not be missed!Tickets and more information can be found here.Check out the credits for the album below: Funk You has shared their debut album, Apparitions, showing off an amazing confidence and impressive diversity from this Augusta, GA based collective. The dynamics that singer Gavin Hamilton, guitarist Evan Miller, keyboardist Will Foster and the rest of the band display on the album is truly marvelous. Over the course of the eleven tracks, the band shows such seemingly effortless competence in so many distinct styles that you start to wonder if they have a few extra members hiding behind a curtain somewhere.The band has generously offered us a full stream of the album to share with you funkophiles of the world, so tune in below:last_img read more

Listen To The New Brasstracks EP, Because It’s Seriously Off The Charts

first_imgBrasstracks has finally released their first full-length EP Good Love today, after months of building anticipation. The Brooklyn-based power duo, self-described as “future brass”, were recently featured on Chance The Rapper‘s Coloring Book for the hit song “No Problem” but its their original music that truly showcases the young talents of Ivan Jackson (trumpet) and Conor Rayne (drums).The 7-track masterpiece makes a its vital introduction with instrumental openers “Intro” and “Say U Won’t” before turning it up with the remaining five tracks, which features unique collaborations with hip-hop, funk, and soul contributors Masego, Jay Prince, Roses Gabor, S’natra & Alexander Lewis, and Lido & FatherDude. A journeywork through life, love, and equality, the record pieces together the many parts that fans of Brasstracks have been collecting along the years of their brief existence.Today you can enjoy the final product of their long-awaited work:Fans of Brasstracks won’t want to miss their performance at Brooklyn Comes Alive this October 22nd. With Manic Focus, members of Break Science, The Disco Biscuits, String Cheese Incident, Lettuce, among many, many more on deck, this year’s event is sure to be the best yet. [Get tickets here]last_img read more

Melvin Seals & JGB Welcome John Kadlecik On “The Harder They Come” & “Deal” [Listen]

first_imgOn Friday night, March 3rd, renowned Port Chester, NY venue The Capitol Theatre featured a very special tribute to the late Jerry Garcia. The headlining band of the night was none other than Melvin Seals & JGB, keeping up the torch of the Jerry Garcia Band with its beloved keyboardist. Opening the show was guitarist John Kadlecik and his band, another disciple of Garcia who made waves as the lead guitarist of Furthur with Bob Weir and Phil Lesh.Kadlecik not only opened the show, but he also emerged at the end of JGB’s set for two classic songs. They played Jimmy Cliff’s “The Harder They Come” and ended the show with Garcia’s song, “Deal.” Both were staples of the JGB rotation, and they rounded out a fantastic performance at the Cap.Fortunately, thanks to taper Keith Antaya, we can listen to Melvin Seals & JGB’s set with the special guest sit in from Kadlecik. The whole show also features saxophonist Ron Holloway!Taper Keith Antaya also recorded the full John Kadlecik Band set, embedded below for your listening pleasure. Enjoy![Photo via Cap Theatre Instagram]last_img read more

Nile Rodgers Reveals He’s Cancer Free, Details Personal Triumphs & Losses In New Video

first_imgIn 2010, legendary producer and CHIC musician Nile Rodgers began a cancer battle following the discovery of a “mysterious growth on [his] right kidney.” In the time since the diagnosis, Rodgers has been living life to the fullest, finding widespread pop success with his collaborations with Daft Punk on 2013’s Random Access Memories in addition to his ever-fruitful career touring and in production. Happily, the iconic musician recently declared “100 percent recovery” following a recent surgery, noting to fans, “You can start dancing, singing and cheering now!”The Hitmaker: An Interview With Legendary Producer Nile RodgersIn an intimate and extended video blog post, Rodgers detailed to fans his journey since his 2010 cancer diagnosis. While the post has an undeniable optimistic tone, the guitarist explains the emotional gravity of and the personal loss during the last two years. As a former producer of other icons like David Bowie, Madonna, and more, he elaborated, “One of my greatest artists, David Bowie, died at the top of 2016; a few months later, Prince passed away; and then George Michael died Christmas Day, 48 hours after I’d just worked on his film and worked on his last record.” He continues, “My friend, musician extraordinaire Chris Cornell, would die this past spring. My young first cousin dropped dead of a coronary with no prior warning … and my mother is currently suffering from Stage-VI Alzheimer’s.”Listen To George Michael’s Reworked “Fantasy” With Nile RodgersWith so much loss immediately present in his life, this cancer-free diagnosis is an optimistic cap on the last few years. While the recent surgery forced Rodgers to postpone his touring plans for 2017, the guitarist obviously has his eyes set on the future, offering that “what will happen next year is beyond any of my wildest dreams.” He ends his post on a jubilant note, stating, “After the last seven years of amazing life, I would have never believed that my body would be invaded by another cancer. … CANCER REALLY? I’m done. 2018 here I come!”You can watch Nile Rodgers’ full video post below, and we’ll see you on the road, Nile! [H/T Rolling Stone]last_img read more

Dispatch Announces Extensive Summer 2018 Tour With Nahko And Medicine For The People

first_imgYesterday, the folk-rockers Dispatch announced the dates for their upcoming 2018 summer tour, during which Nahko and Medicine for the People will serve as support for the majority of performances. Dispatch’s tour kicks off at Gerald R. Ford Amphitheatre in Vail, Colorado, on June 16th—the day before the band’s headlining show at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, on July 17th. From there, Dispatch will hit Salt Lake City, Utah on June 19th before taking a break from the road until July.On July 13th in Burlington, Vermont, Dispatch will begin the second leg of the tour, which accounts for the majority of dates on the group’s upcoming calendar. They will hit Bangor, Maine and Utica, New York before a two-day stand at New York City’s Central Park SummerStage on July 18th and 19th and performances at fan-favorite venues Stone Pony Summer Stage (Asbury Park, NJ) and Merriweather Post Pavillion (Columbia, MD) on July 20th and 21st, respectively.Foll0wing a Midwest detour to Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Indianapolis, Indiana, on July 23rd and 24th, Dispatch will make stops in Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. The band will then hit Texas for three nights—one night in Irving on August 10th and two nights at Austin’s Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater on August 11th and 12th. After landing in Los Angeles on August 16th, the group will end this leg of tour by working their way up the West Coast, eventually landing in Redmond, Washington, on August 25th.After a brief break, Dispatch will return to the Midwest in September for dates in Kansas City, Minneapolis, Chicago, and Cincinnati. To round out the band’s newly announced tour dates, Dispatch will perform at Philadelphia’s The Mann Center followed by two tour-closing shows at Boston’s Blue Hills Bank Pavilion on September 20th and 21st.Tickets for Dispatch’s upcoming tour with Nakho and Medicine for the People begin their on-sale on Friday, March 2nd, at 10 a.m. (local). For more information, head to the band’s website.last_img read more

Greensky Bluegrass Welcomes Spafford’s Brian Moss, Covers “Gangsta’s Paradise” With Ryan Montbleau At Levitate [Videos]

first_imgOn Sunday night, Levitate Music & Arts Festival wrapped up its 2018 event with a talented slate of performers including Stephen Marley, Spafford, Lake Street Dive, Turkuaz, West End Blend, Rebelution, Greensky Bluegrass, Mihali & Frends, and The Head and the Heart.After Marley’s set got the ball rolling for day two, Spafford took the stage for a set of live staple original tunes including “America”, “Backdoor Funk”, “Broken Wing”, “Beautiful Day”, “The Reprise”, and “Space Gadget”, lighting the fuse for the day’s festivities with their impeccable improvisational abilities. You can watch a full pro-shot video of Spafford’s set below (beginning midway through “America”) via the festival’s official live stream.Spafford – Levitate Festival – Full Set [Pro-Shot]Setlist: Spafford | Levitate Music & Arts Festival | Marshfield, MA | 7/8/18Set: America, Backdoor Funk, Broken Wing, Beautiful Day, The Reprise, Space GadgetFollowing Spafford’s early afternoon set, Levitate was treated to performances from Lake Street Dive, Turkuaz, West End Blend, and Rebelution. Greensky Bluegrass took the stage as the afternoon turned to evening, offering up a memorable, guest-filled performance for the sold-out festival crowd.After beginning with “The Four”, the band moved into “Run or Die” from 2016’s Shouted, Written Down, & Quoted. During the song, the band welcomed out local native Ryan Montbleau to assist on a cover of Coolio‘s “Gangsta’s Paradise”, the ubiquitous 1995 “Best Solo Rap Performance” Grammy-winner. Montbleau crooned L.V.‘s famous hook as Paul Hoffman rapped Coolio’s verses, before leaving the stage as the band segued back into “Run or Die”. You can watch fan-shot footage of the Coolio cover below:Greensky Bluegrass w/ Ryan Montbleau – Gangsta’s Paradise [Coolio cover][Video: virgilosborn]To close their set, Greensky welcomed one more surprise guest to add some extra firepower to their “Kerosene” closer. As dobro player Anders Beck noted, “We’re gonna get our buddy Brian Moss from Spafford up here, everybody, to play music with us!” Moss meshed skillfully with the bluegrass outfit, matching Hoffman’s mandolin solo with a muted, mando-style solo of his own before letting loose and trading riffs with Beck as the song reached its rocking climax. You can watch Greensky Bluegrass’s set (starting with “Burn Them”) below via the festival’s official live stream, or skip to 33:30 to watch Moss’s set-closing sit-in.Greensky Bluegrass w/ Brian Moss, Ryan Montbleau, & More – Levitate Festival – “Burn Them” through “Kerosene” [Pro-Shot]Setlist: Greensky Bluegrass | Levitate Music & Arts Festival | Marshfield, MA | 7/8/18Set: The Four, Run or Die > Gangster’s Paradise* > Run or Die, Like Reflections, Burn Them^, Past My Prime, Hit Parade, All Four, Kerosene%*with Ryan Montbleau on vocals; ^ with Luke Milanese on tambourine; % with Brian Moss (Spafford)You can check out a full gallery of photos from Levitate Music Festival below, courtesy of Adam McCullough.Levitate Music Festival | Marshfield, MA | 7/7-8/2018 | Photo: Adam McCullough Photo: Adam McCullough Photo: Adam McCulloughcenter_img Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Vulfpeck Welcomes Dave Koz, Louis Cato, & More For Kings Theatre Closer [Video/Photo]

first_imgPhotos: Brandon Weil For the past seven-plus years, Vulfpeck has been busy spreading its funk far and wide, its band membership spanning out from Ann Arbor to Los Angeles, Long Island, and points in between. And while their tour schedule is seemingly non-existent, the group will always make it to Brooklyn for at least a couple of nights a year. Such was the case this weekend, when Vulfpeck put on its biggest (and best) enclosed show to date at the cavernous Kings Theatre. Following an energetic Friday night, which featured the live debut of “Soft Parade” on the day of its official release, Vulfpeck brought Saturday to the next level.With a packed house of 3,000 revelers on hand, the core combination of Theo Katzman, Jack Stratton, Woody Goss, and (of course) Joe Dart just about emptied its ever-deepening bag of tricks before jetting across the Atlantic for the next leg of its “Wisdom of the Crowds” tour.There was the usual switching of instruments between Theo and Jack, among others. The guest appearance by Jack’s mom. The more-than-guest appearance by the outstanding vocalist Antwaun Stanley, who once again stole the show with Vulfpeck classics “1612,” “Funky Duck” and “Wait For the Moment.” The doubleheader by Joey Dosik, who opened for and sat in with Vulf, tickling the crowd with his signature tone as a singer and saxophonist all the while. The infectious energy of Cory Wong adding his guitar to the mix. The crowdsourced three-part harmonies orchestrated by Katzman on “Back Pocket” and “Christmas in L.A.”Except, this time, Theo did so while wrangling a full-blown, sold-out theatre. And with his old drum teacher, Rich Rodriguez, on percussion. And with Louis Cato, perhaps best known for his work with Jon Batiste and Stay Human on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, taking his turn on drums during “Beastly.” And with legendary sax man Dave Koz upstaging everyone during “Smile Meditation” and “It Gets Funkier.”Not to mention Jack’s keynote-style speech for Vulf Records, which led into the introduction of “Peck-a-pella.”Indeed, the second night of Vulfpeck’s autumnal-equinox stint in Flatbush featured all the silliness their fans have come to know and love, but on a grander scale, with bigger names, a bigger stage and bigger solos from (and cheers for) Joe Dart on bass.Which can only mean bigger things to come for Vulfpeck, thanks to sold-out dates in Copenhagen and Paris, Dublin and London, before returning to the US for Suwannee Hulaween ahead of the release of the band’s next album, Hill Climber, on Dec. 7.Through all that growth, in both group profile and venue size, it’s comforting to see that Vulfpeck has maintained its foundation as a sarcastic collection of music nerds who are at once serious about their artistry and instrumentation while not taking themselves seriously at all.And considering all the support and inspiration that Brooklyn has provided to Vulfpeck over the years, it was only fair that the group return the favor while taking the next step forward as an act of expanding repute.“The Sweet Science” (with Michael Winograd) → “Fugue State” → “Cory Wong”[Video: bebop Pete]“Smile Meditation” (with Alice Stratton and Dave Koz)[Video: bebop Pete]“Aunt Leslie” (with Antwaun Stanley)[Video: bebop Pete]“Wait for the Moment” (with Antwaun Stanley)[Video: bebop Pete]Setlist: Vulfpeck | Kings Theatre | Brooklyn, NY | 9/22/18The Sweet Science, Fugue State, Cory Wong, Animal Spirits, Daddy, He Got a Tesla, Smile Meditation (w/ Dave Koz), Baby I Don’t Know (w/ Joey Dosik), Game Winner (w/ Joey Dosik), 1 for 1 DiMaggio, 1612, Aunt Leslie, Funky Duck, Wait For The Moment, Back Pocket (Peck-a-pella), Beastly (w/ Louis Cato), Christmas in LA, Dean TownE: Birds of a Feather, We Rock Together, Outro, It Gets Funkier Load remaining imageslast_img read more

The Disco Biscuits Debut New Song, Welcome Eric “Benny” Bloom For Triumphant NOLA Return [Full-Show Video]

first_imgThe Disco Biscuits kicked off their two-night run at the newly opened Fillmore New Orleans on Friday night, with opening support from instrumental prog-jam quartet TAUK.The excitement and anticipation were at an all-time-high, as The Disco Biscuits had not performed in the “Crescent City” in over a decade. Their last trip to the “Big Easy” was back in 2008, when they played a pair of shows at the very beginning of that year’s Jazz Fest season. Now, eleven years later, the band landed right where they were meant to be with an after-midnight show on the First Friday of the 50th anniversary of New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.In typical NOLA fashion, The Disco Biscuits welcomed local musician and touring Lettuce trumpeter Eric “Benny” Bloom to the stage to close the first set with a brass-heavy “Afro Blue” and “Mulberry’s Dream”. To open their jam-laden second set, the jamtronica pioneers introduced a brand new song they’re calling “That Sample Has a Name” before going into a wild back-to-back “Caterpillar” and “Helicopter” sandwich.The Disco Biscuits – 4/26/19 – Full ShowTonight, The Disco Biscuits will return to the stage with opening support from local brass band Naughty Professor. You can still grab your tickets to The Disco Biscuits at The Fillmore New Orleans tonight via the band’s website here. For fans sticking around Sunday night, Marc Brownstein will be performing with his latest project, Star Kitchen. For their NOLA late-night, the nascent band—which also features Danny Mayer (Eric Krasno Band), Rob Marscher (Jennifer Hartswick Band/Matisyahu), and Marlon Lewis (Lauryn Hill/John Legend)—will welcome keyboardist and fellow Disco Biscuits member Aron Magner as well as a slew of Jazz Fest late-night stalwarts: guitarist Eric Krasno (Soulive/Lettuce), vocalist Shira Elias (Turkuaz), and saxophonist Khris Royal (Rebelution). Tickets to Star Kitchen at The Maison with special guests Eric Krasno, Aron Magner, Shira Elias & Khris Royal are now on sale via Eventbrite.Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | The Fillmore New Orleans | New Orleans LA | 4/26/19I: Triumph-> Minions-> Save the Robots (inverted)-> Triumph-> Afro Blue*, Mulberry’s Dream*II: That Sample Has a Name^, Caterpillar-> Great Abyss-> Tempest-> Caterpillar, Helicopters-> Munchkin Invasion (inverted)-> HelicoptersE: Frog Legs*: with Benny Bloom^: first time playedlast_img read more

Philadelphia Folk Festival Announces Initial 2019 Lineup: David Crosby & Friends, Margo Price, The Mavericks, More

first_imgThe Philadelphia Folk Festival returns for its 58th year this summer, when the multi-day music event takes place at Old Pool Farm in Upper Salford Township, PA on August 15th-18th. On Wednesday, organizers for the event shared the lineup of artists who will perform at this year’s festival, which includes headliners David Crosby & Friends, Margo Price, The Mavericks, and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.The four-day folk festival continues to welcome a vibrant mix of both contemporary and traditional artists who perform under various genres ranging from world-fusion, Celtic, singer/songwriter, Americana, dance, and more. That diverse artist curation continues in 2019 with a list of scheduled performers which includes Joan Osborne, who will be singing the songs of Bob Dylan, Langhorne Slim and The Lost At Last Band, Amanda Shires, The Kruger Brothers, Chubby Carrier & The Bayou Swamp Band, Talisk, Kim So Ra, The East Pointers, and many more.Related: Warren Haynes Added To Newport Folk Fest 2019 LineupAccording to the initial event poster shared with the announcement, more artists have yet to be announced as summer quickly approaches.Past reports on the festival state that the late-summer event annually welcomes over 35,000 fans from throughout Philadelphia and beyond, nearly 7,000 of whom decide to camp out at the Old Pool Farm where it takes place about 35 miles northeast of the city. The event also prides itself in claiming the honor of being the longest continuously running outdoor music festival of its kind in North America. In addition to providing a mix of artists, event organizers also curate the event with puppeteers, jugglers, aerialists, storytellers, hands-on crafts and kid-oriented musicians for the entire family.Fans can click here for ticket info for this year’s event.last_img read more

Jimmy Herring Announces New Band, The 5 Of 7, With Atlanta-Based Col. Bruce Hampton Alumni

first_imgJimmy Herring has announced a brand new band, The 5 of 7, featuring bassist Kevin Scott, drummer Darren Stanley, longtime collaborator Matt Slocum on keyboards (Hammond B3, clavinet), and vocalist and guitarist Rick Lollar.The Widespread Panic guitarist will debut his new project on the road this fall with brand new music. Beginning in Denver, CO on September 12th, they will play three shows in Colorado before heading to Iowa, St. Louis, Chicago, and Indianapolis. The tour will then head to the east before winding its way down to North Carolina for two shows, with this first leg ending on October 5th in Charlotte.The band came together rather naturally. “Rick, Matt, and Kevin had a band together called King Baby,” explains Herring in a press release, “and I heard their record…I couldn’t help but think, man, if I could get together, play some of Rick’s songs, some of my songs, some covers, and maybe write a few things together, we may be on to something…”From his days with Col. Bruce Hampton and the Aquarium Rescue Unit, The Allman Brothers Band, The Dead, Project Z, Phil Lesh and Friends, The Invisible Whip, and of course, Widespread Panic, Jimmy Herring is a true master of his craft–and fans welcome new projects to see what else the White Wizard has up his sleeves.According to a press release, “the newly assembled The 5 of 7 places his uniquely probing, responsive fretwork in the context of a vocalist-fronted, song-driven ensemble,” a contrast to his last tour with The Invisible Whip, which joined John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension for a run of shows celebrating the legacy of the Mahavishnu Orchestra.About the band, Herring continues: “We all have the Atlanta, Col. Bruce Hampton connection with each other. That’s important to me because it’s such a different thing — if you’ve been through that school, you want to play with people who have been through that too…you understand how to think on your feet and exist in the moment.”From fatback, roadhouse R&B to more expansive, jazz-inflected explorations, The 5 of 7 demonstrates Herring’s chops not just as a musician, but as a bandleader and catalyst. The novel vocal element is just one more texture at his disposal. “With instrumental music,” he reflects, “people expect to hear your solos, but they’ve just heard you play the melody! You can overexpose your voice. With Rick, I can play behind him, then step out with a solo, and give a fresh feeling to the song — take it to another place.”About the tour itself, Herring explains to fans: “There’ll be vocals, there’ll be instrumentals. There will be funk and rock and roll, with some songs leaning towards more sophisticated harmony…but, to me, it’s just music.” For more information, click here.Jimmy Herring and The 5 of 7 on Tour:09.12.19 Gothic Theatre – Denver, CO09.13.19 Aggie Theatre – Fort Collins, CO09.14.19 Fox Theatre – Boulder, CO09.18.19 Wildwood Saloon – Iowa City, IA09.19.19 El Volcan – St. Louis, MO09.20.19 Park West – Chicago, IL09.21.19 The Vogue – Indianapolis, IN09.24.19 The Egg – Albany, NY09.26.19 The Center for Arts in Natick – Natick, MA09.27.19 Ridgefield Playhouse – Ridgefield, CT09.28.19 Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY09.29.19 Ardmore Music Hall – Philadelphia, PA10.01.19 The Hamilton – Washington, DC10.02.19 The Broadberry – Richmond, VA10.03.19 Harvester Performance Center – Rocky Mount, VA10.04.19 Lincoln Theatre – Raleigh, NC10.05.19 Neighborhood Theatre – Charlotte, NCView Tour Dateslast_img read more