Poor Man’s Whiskey Expands Spring Tour


San Francisco’s Poor Man’s Whiskey have announced a number of additional shows as part of their Spring Tour schedule. The quartet will be mostly sticking to the West Coast throughout the coming months.

Poor Man’s Whiskey’s tour begins on this Friday at the State Room in Salt Lake City. Like several other appearances on the tour, PMW will be offering an Eagles Celebration performance. Other stops on the tour will feature the band’s interpretation of Paul Simon’s classic album Graceland. The foursome will be appearing in Nevada, California (playing a hometown gig at Great American Music Hall), Washington and Oregon, before heading east for a night in New York and one in Connecticut in mid-May. The band then heads back west for a number of additional shows including a pair of co-bills with Polecat.

Head here for information on purchasing tickets to the Spring Tour and watch the recently shared video of the band performing a new original song “Snow in Tahoe” recorded at their ” home base in Petaluma California inside of a one room schoolhouse which was built in 1875 out of old growth Redwood.”

Tour Dates for
Poor Man’s Whiskey

  • Mar
    • 50350 Highway 101
    • Laytonville, CA 95454
    • United States