tours announced: Psychedelic Furs, Little Steven, Georgia, GRIVO, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
PSYCHEDELIC FURS / JAMES
The double header tour of Psychedelic Furs and James wraps up this week with shows in San Diego on Tuesday (8/6, sold out) and Los Angeles' Greek Theatre on Wednesday (8/7). After that, the P-Furs have a few more U.S. dates, playing Richmond, Baltimore and Virginia Beach in September. Then it's Europe in October. All dates are here.
POPEYE VOGELSANG (FARSIDE) / JEFF CAUDILL (GAMEFACE)
Two frontmen of two long-running melodic/post hardcore bands (both with ties to Revelation Records), Popeye of Farside and Jeff Caudill of Gameface, are doing an acoustic tour together this fall. It hits Scranton, Philly, NYC, New Jersey, Lancaster, Albany, and Buffalo. All dates here.
E Street Band guitarist and garage rock supporter Little Steven has added more dates to his Summer of Sorcery Tour, including Norfolk, Pittsburgh, Canadian shows and more. The tour wraps up at NYC's Beacon Theatre on November 6. All dates are here.
UK producer, singer, songwriter and drummer, Georgia released throbby dance jam "About Work the Dancefloor" back in March and now she's just announced North American live dates for October. Things kick off at Brooklyn's Elsewhere Zone One on 10/2, and she also plays San Francisco, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Seattle and Portland. The SF, Vancouver, Seattle and Portland shows are with Phantoms. All dates are here.
MIKE MILLS (R.E.M.), CHUCK LEAVELL, ROBERT MCDUFFIE "A NIGHT OF GEORGIA MUSIC"
R.E.M bassist Mike Mills, Rolling Stones keyboardist and de facto musical director Chuck Leavell and violinist Robert McDuffie are joining forces for a few shows paying tribute to the many amazing musical acts Georgia has given us over the years. "A Night of Georgia Music" will celebrate the songs of Ray Charles, The Allman Brothers Band, Outkast, Gram Parsons, James Brown, Gregg Allman, R.E.M., Gladys Knight and the Pips, Brook Benton, The B-52s and more. Stops include Atlanta on 9/29, Birmingham, AL on 10/2, Savannah on 10/4, and Augusta on 10/5. More details and ticket are here.
Rick Ross' new album Port of Miami 2 comes out this Friday and he'll go on a fall tour in support of it.
Following their recent slots on the Decibel Magazine and Slayer tours, death metal vets Cannibal Corpse have announced a headlining North American tour for this fall.
Austin's dark, shoegazy trio Grivo released their gorgeous debut album, Elude, last year via Holodeck (the label run by members of S U R I V I V E). They've just announced a fall tour and dates include shows in New Orleans, Tallahassee, Chattanooga, Baltimore, Brooklyn (Brooklyn Bazaar on 9/7), Manhattan (Mercury Lounge on 9/9), Philly, CHicago and more. All dates are here and you can stream Elude below.
Alt-pop artist Clairo is fresh off releasing her debut album Immunity on Friday and guesting on stage in NYC with Snail Mail around the same time her tour supporting Khalid hit MSG for two shows. Now, she has announced a headlining tour.
Not a full tour announcement, but The Strokes announced that they're playing New Year's Eve at Barclays Center, their first-announced NYC show since their Governors Ball set was cancelled due to weather. GovBall ticketholders (Sunday and 3-day pass holders) get access to an early presale (it's one of many presales). Their only other upcoming date is Ohana Festival.
KEVIN DEVINE BROTHER'S BLOOD 10TH ANNIVERSARY SHOWS
Kevin Devine‘s fifth album, Brother’s Blood, turned 10 this year and he’ll be celebrating the anniversary with three Northeast shows.