Kentucky singer/songwriter Ian Noe recently released his debut album Between The Country, which was recorded at Nashville's RCA Studio A with the great Dave Cobb, who you know from his work with Jason Isbell, Amanda Shires, Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, Colter Wall, and others, and if you like those artists, there's a very good chance you'll like Between The Country too. Cobb played guitar on it too, and it also features Adam Gardner (bass, organ piano), Chris Powell (drums, percussion) and Savannah Conley (backup vocals). The album sounds like a lost document from the late '60s/early '70s era of country/folk crossover -- it's gained lots of comparisons to John Prine and Nashville Skyline-era Bob Dylan (both of whom he cites as influences, along with Neil Young, Dwight Yoakam, Tom T. Hall, and others) -- but Cobb's production helps make it undeniably modern as well. If you haven't heard it yet, stream it below.

Ian is also set to embark on his first-ever headlining tour this September and October, including a NYC show on October 3 at Rockwood Music Hall (tickets). He also has some European shows with his hero John Prine and he's playing Prine's All The Best Fest in Punta Cana. All dates are listed below.

Ian Noe -- 2019 Tour Dates
June 15—St. Louis, MO—Delmar Hall*
June 16—Kansas City, MO—VooDoo Lounge at Harrah’s Casino*
June 17—West Hollywood, CA—Troubadour† (SOLD OUT)
June 19—Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up†
June 20—West Hollywood, CA—Troubadour† (SOLD OUT)
June 21—West Hollywood, CA—Troubadour† (SOLD OUT)
June 22—San Francisco, CA—Independent† (SOLD OUT)
June 24—Portland, OR—Mississippi Studios†(SOLD OUT)
June 25—Seattle, WA—Neumos†
June 26—Missoula, MT—Top Hat†
June 28—Salt Lake City, UT—The State Room†
June 29—Denver, CO—Bluebird Theater† (SOLD OUT)
June 30—Aspen, CO—Belly Up†
July 1—Mountain Village, CO—Club Red†
July 12-14—Chicago, IL—Square Roots Festival
July 15—Evanston, IL—Space‡
August 1—Tulsa, OK—The Vanguard†
August 2—Omaha, NE—The Waiting Room†
August 10—Lexington, KY—Railbird Festival
August 15—Dallas, TX—Kessler Theater†
August 16—New Braunfels, TX—Gruene Hall†
August 17—Austin, TX—Scoot Inn†
August 23—Gävle, Sweden—Konserthus§
August 25—Tonder, Denmark—Tonder Festival
August 27—Oslo, Norway—Oslo Konserthus§
August 31—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Paradiso
September 4—Berlin, Germany—Columbiahalle§
September 7—London, U.K, —Slaughtered Lamb
September 8—Leicestershire, U.K. —The Long Road Festival
September 26—Louisville, KY—Zanzabar
September 27—Columbus, OH—The Basement
September 28—Ann Arbor, MI—Blind Pig
September 29—Toronto, Ontario—The Drake
October 1—Allston, MA—Great Scott
October 3—New York, NY—Rockwood Music Hall
October 4—Philadelphia, PA—MilkBoy
October 5—Washington, DC—Songbyrd
October 8—Charlotte, NC—Neighborhood Theatre
October 10—Nashville, TN—Exit/In
October 11—St. Louis, MO—Blueberry Hill Duck Room
October 12—Kansas City, MO—The Riot Room
October 16—Milwaukee, WI—Shank Hall
October 17—Minneapolis, MN—7thStreet Entry
October 18—Davenport, IA—The Raccoon Motel
October 25—Atlanta, GA—The Earl
November 1—Newport, KY—The Southgate Revival House
November 2—Pineville, KY—Bell Theater
November 11-15—Punta Cana, Dominican Republic—John Prine’s All The Best Fest

*with Rival Sons
†with Jamestown Revival
‡with The Wild Reeds
§with John Prine