Tour news: Jerry Cantrell, Skillibeng, Courtney Marie Andrews, Thy Art is Murder, more
Here's a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
Alice in Chains' Jerry Cantrell has announced the final leg of the Brighten Tour which runs from February 21 in Ventura, CA through April 1 in Tacoma, WA with Thunderpussy joining on all dates. There are two NYC-area shows: NJ's Wellmont Theater on 3/11 and Long Island's The Paramount on 3/12. Head here for all dates.
NYHC greats Gorilla Biscuits have a few upcoming live appearances: Suburban Clampdown #3 on December 10 in Garden Grove, CA with Strung Out, Strife, Ignite, Firestarter, The Venomous Pinks, Sweat, Godhead, Bent Blue, and Major Pain; Boston's Middle East on February 24 with Restraining Order, Wild Side, Vantage Point, Truth Cult, and Wreckage; and Philly's First Unitarian Church on February 25 with Pagan Babies and Be Well.
THY ART IS MURDER
Australian deathcore band Thy Art Is Murder have announced a 10th anniversary tour celebrating their album Hate with some great openers, including Kublai Khan TX, Undeath, and I AM. The tour wraps up in Long Island at Stereo Garden on March 11.
Machine Head just kicked off their "Electric Happy Hour (Live)" tour, with Havok guitarist Reece Alan Scruggs filling in for Wacław “Vogg” Kiełtyka, due to Vogg's commitments with Decapitated. The tour was supposed to hit Long Island on November 30 at The Paramount in Huntington, but that show was cancelled and they instead added a small Brooklyn date.
ROBYN HITCHCOCK / KELLEY STOLTZ
Robyn Hitchcock will be on tour in 2023 with Kelley Stoltz both opening and as part of Robyn's band.
COURTNEY MARIE ANDREWS
Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan is making a grand return to her hometown of Baltimore for Snail Mail's Valentine Fest, a newly-announced five-night residency set for February 10-14 at Ottobar. Each night will feature a set from Snail Mail as well as one from a surprise special guest.
Michigan rapper BabyTron has announced the Bin Reaper tour, which comes after the release of Bin Reaper 3: Old Testament, the third project in his Bin Reaper series. The tour runs across North America in January and February. BabyTron's crew ShittyBoyz are joining him on the road along with LA-based DaBoii.
Pile will release their eighth studio album, All Fiction, in February, and will celebrate with shows in Philadelphia, NYC, and Boston.
SUICIDE AWARENESS FUNDRAISER (GARCIA PEOPLES, MORE)
SUN RA ARKESTRA
Sun Ra Arkestra, still let by 98-year-old Marshal Allen, are currently in Germany for a few shows but also have US dates on the horizon, including Madison, WI and Philly later this fall. (Also: probably a Yo La Tengo Hanukkah show but we'll see.) They'll also play Jersey City's White Eagle Hall on February 4.
Canadian countrified indie rockers The Sadies have a few upcoming dates, including Brooklyn.
Alt-pop artist Chappell Roan, aka Los Angeles-via-Missouri singer and songwriter Kayleigh Rose Amstutz, has announced her first headlining tour, the "Naked in North America Tour."
Long Island's Iron Chic will close out their 2022 of touring with a show at Brooklyn's Market Hotel on December 17 with Colleen Green and Mikey Erg.