St. Paul & The Broken Bones Detail Winter Tour 2023

The group celebrates the 10th anniversary of their ‘Half The City’ LP.

By Scott Bernstein Nov 1, 2022 12:06 pm PDT

St. Paul and The Broken Bones will start 2023 with a series of U.S. headlining tour dates. The Alabama-based band’s winter tour focuses on the Midwest and Southeast with Rett Madison aboard as support.

Frontman Paul Janeway and his bandmates will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the recording sessions that yielded their debut studio album, Half The City, over the course of the run. Look for the octet to play songs from the LP at each concert.

Janeway shared the following in regard to the upcoming tour:

“It is hard to imagine that we got together a decade ago to record an album in Sheffield, AL in a studio that used to be an old bank. A record that would change our lives. Half The City was an album recorded live with a sense of urgency like we were fleeing from a burning building while playing our instruments. This January – February tour we are going to celebrate that spirit. We are going to play songs from that album we rarely play nowadays and songs we still regularly play. We hope y’all will join us to celebrate.”

St. Paul & The Broken Bones launch the trek with a concert at Fort Wayne, Indiana’s Clyde Theatre on January 27. The eight-piece then hits Columbia, Missouri (January 30); Oklahoma City (January 31); Fayetteville, Arkansas (February 1) and Gulfport, Mississippi (February 2).

The tour moves on to Baton Rouge, Louisiana on February 5. Janeway and company head to Florida next for concerts in Orlando (February 7) and Fort Lauderdale (February 8). The excursion ends with a home state show at Soul Kitchen in Mobile, Alabama on February 10.

Tickets will be available starting at 10 a.m. local time this Friday, November 4.

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