Canadian singer-songwriter Lynn Miles is on the road to support Black Flowers Vol. 1-2, her double-disc album that includes both new and old songs. She has won multiple Canadian Folk Music Awards and a Juno award.
Pieta Brown is heading out on tour to support her new album One and All. The album, which was produced by Don Was (Rolling Stones, Bonnie Raitt and Bob Dylan), will be released April 6, 2010, on Red House Recods.
The Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt are going out on tour to support their debut LP, the lengthily-titled “I Love You. I Love You. I Love You And I’m In Love With You. Have An Awesome Day! Have The Best Day of Your Life!” The album drops May 4, 2010, on Luaka Bop Records.
Singer-songwriter Jennifer Knapp is coming back from a seven-year hiatus with her new album Letting Go, which releases on May 11, 2010.
The Grammy-nominated metal group As I Lay Dying is setting out on tour to support its newest album, The Powerless Rise. The album drops May 11, 2010, on Metal Blade Records. The tour begins April 29, 2010.
Brother Dege, the Cajun-born and Louisiana-raised leader of the band Santeria, is heading out on tour to support his slide-Dobro record “Folk Songs of The American Longhair.”
Multi-million selling artist Annie Lennox is on the road supporting her critically acclaimed fourth solo album, Songs Of Mass Destruction.
Tony Bennett is on tour again, and there are plenty of opportunities for fans to catch a show.
The ’70s may be long past, but one of the decade’s most memorable singer-songwriters — Barry Manilow — is still very much in the here and now with a new DVD and an upcoming tour.
Michigan-based band The Von Bondies are hitting the road to support their new album, Love Hate and Then There’s You (Majordomo/Shout! Factory).