Guitarist Dan Auerbach has announced the 2018 Easy Eye Sound Revue Tour featuring Robert Finley and Shannon Shaw. The 20-date North American run takes place next February, March and April.
Auerbach will be backed by the Easy Eye Sound house band featuring Gene “Bubba” Chrisman on drums, Bobby Wood on keyboards, Russ Pahl on guitar and Dave Roe on bass with Finely and Shaw sitting-in each night. The shows will be opened by Shaw’s band Shannon & the Clams who recently signed to Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound record label which will issue their new album next year. The label released Auerbach’s solo album Waiting On A Song earlier this year and Finley’s Goin’ Platinum! is due in December.
The Easy Eye Sound Revue Tour begins on February 10 in Vancouver and continues to Portland and Seattle ahead of a run of shows in California with stops in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Ana and San Diego. The revue stops in Phoenix on February 20, in Dallas on February 23, in Austin, Texas on February 23 and in Nashville at the famed Ryman Auditorium on February 25.
The tour resumes on March 24 in Philadelphia and then heads to Boston on March 24, Brooklyn on March 27, Toronto on March 29 and Cleveland on March 31. Chicago will host Auerbach & Co. on April 2, St. Paul on April 3, Kansas City on April 4 and the tour wraps in Denver on April 5. A pre-sale for the Easy Eye Sound Revue Tour starts tomorrow, Tuesday, October 31 at 10 a.m. local venue time via this link (Password = EasyEyeSound). General ticking on sale begins this Friday, November 3 at 10 a.m. local time. Head here for more information.
A webcast will be presented live on Monday, November 27 of Auerbach’s taping of his appearance on Austin City Limits. He also will appear with Waiting On A Song collaborator, renowned singer-songwriter John Prine at a pair of dates in December.
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