The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
Mountain Man, the trio of Amelia Randall Meath, Molly Erin Sarle and Alexandra Sauser-Monnig, will soon be opening for Grammy-winner Kacey Musgraves at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium (3/1), but have lots of other upcoming dates, including festival appearances at The Luck Family Reunion, Big Ears, Newport Folk Festival, Pickathon and more. They've added more headlining shows in late spring, too, including Baltimore, Woodstock, Westhampton Beach, Fairfield, CT, Brooklyn (6/5 @ National Sawdust), Rockport, MA and more. All dates are here.
Meanwhile, Mountain Man's Molly Sarle is working on a new solo album, and is currently previewing songs on a short East Coast tour opening for The Dead Tongues that hits Boston tonight, Providence on Friday, Brooklyn's Union Pool on Saturday (2/16) and the DC area on Sunday. Her backing band is Sam Evian, Brian Betancourt and Austin Vaughn. Head here for all dates.
Jenny Lewis, who released the second single from her upcoming album today, also added a few more dates to her tour (in Aspen, Jackson, and St. Louis). As mentioned, she plays NYC's Forest Hills Stadium with Death Cab For Cutie. All dates here.
The legendary Bob Mould begins his tour supporting his great new solo album Sunshine Rock in DC tonight (2/14). Openers vary by date and include Titus Andronicus, Screaming Females, The Drew Thomson Foundation, Beach Bunny, Will Johnson of Centro-matic, Hutch Harris (ex-Thermals), and more. Bob is also playing two St. Paul, MN shows that celebrate the 40th anniversary of Husker Du's first-ever show, and Bob's former Husker Du bandmate Greg Norton's band Porcupine are opening the first one.
THE SADIES (OPENING FOR KURT VILE)
Canadian alt-country greats The Sadies are currently on the road opening for Kurt Vile (Burlington, VT tonight) but once that wraps up, they'll hit Brooklyn for a three-night stand at Union Pool. They've got EU/UK dates too -- all are here.
THUNDERCAT (guests for Blue Note residency)
Thundercat's Blue Note Jazz Club residency is underway and guests for the shows have been revealed. He's got Hannibal Buress tonight (2/14), Zack Fox at the 2/15 8 PM show and the 2/16 12:30 show, Reggie Watts at the 2/15 10:30 and 12:30 shows, and Quinta B at the 8 & 10:30 shows on 2/16 & 2/17.
Michigan / heartland rock icon Bob Seger has extended his and The Silver Bullet Band's "Roll Me Away" farewell tour that will now have him out through at least June. The tour now includes NYC-area shows at Jones Beach (5/30) and PNC Bank Arts Center (6/1), plus : Detroit, New York, New Jersey, Washington D.C., Virginia Beach, Jacksonville, Charlotte, Raleigh, Springfield, Tulsa and North Charleston. Maybe you'll accompany him? Head here for all dates.
THE MUSIC OF VAN MORRISON TRIBUTE CONCERT (LINEUP ADDITIONS)
Michael Dorf's annual "The Music Of" tribute shows at Carnegie Hall is this year celebrating Van Morrison on March 21 with appearances by Brian Fallon, Glen Hansard, Bettye LaVette, Josh Ritter, Shawn Colvin, and more. They've added even more performers: David Johansen, Blind Boys of Alabama, Robert Earl Keen, and William Elliott Whitmore. Tickets are still available.
THE PARROTS / MOZES & THE FIRSTBORN
Madrid garage rockers The Parrots, who released Los Niños Sin Miedo back in 2016, are currently on the road with like-minded Dutch group Mozes & The Firstborn. Having started in January on the West Coast, they play tonight in Washington, DC, and hit Brooklyn's Rough Trade on Friday (2/15), with shows in Carrboro, NC, Atlanta, Nashville, Memphis and New Orleans. All dates are here.
EYEHATEGOD / NEGATIVE APPROACH / SHEER TERROR
Eyehategod, Negative Approach, and Sheer Terror announced two Brooklyn shows together not long ago, and now they've revealed that those shows are part of a longer East Coast tour that they'll be on.
Montreal post-punk garage rock collective will be touring in support of their new album, including a monthly Brooklyn residency.
Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.