Gregory Alan Isakov will continue to tour into the new year in support of his latest studio album, Evening Machines, which arrived early last month back on Oct. 5. The well-known folk guitarist, singer and songwriter has been on the road playing his fresh material for audiences across North America since Sept. 30. His current fall tour is scheduled to continue until mid-November with a pair of shows at Royale in Boston on Nov. 16-17.
The new batch of 2019 dates begin on Jan. 9 in St. Louis and runs throughout the rest of the month before ending on Jan. 27 in Madison, WI. The January dates make for the perfect excuse to see the veteran songwriter, who’s acoustic-driven ballads like “Idaho” and “The Stable Song” make for wonderful winter ballads and even better lazy snow day soundtracks. Isakov makes sure to hit those cold winter areas of the country when he visits a mix of eastern and midwest cities in West Virginia, Michigan and Wisconsin throughout the tour. Tickets for select shows on the January 2019 run will be going on sale starting this Friday, Nov. 9, and can be purchased by clicking here.
Evening Machines was Isakov’s first studio release containing new material since 2013 when he came out with The Weatherman, which was also released independently on his Suitcase Town label. Isakov had taken time off between busy album cycles to produce on some outside projects with other artists, work on his farm out west and record a live album alongside the Colorado Symphony. To celebrate his first album in five years, he offered fans who attended his performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre back in September with the chance to purchase a limited run of colored vinyl matching the clay-red hue of the rock making up the famous outdoor venue. The album can be heard in full on Spotify and other major streaming albums.
2019 Evening Machines Tour Dates:
Jan. 9 - St. Louis, MO - Ready Room
Jan. 10 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium
Jan. 11 - Durham, NC - Carolina Theatre of Durham
Jan. 12 - Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Soundstage
Jan. 15 - Charleston, SC - Music Hall
Jan. 16 - Atlanta, GA - Buckhead Theatre
Jan. 17 - New Orleans, LA - Civic Theatre (Tickets)
Jan. 18 - Santa Rosa Beach, FL - 30A Songwriters Festival
Jan. 19 - Asheville, NC - The Orange Peel
Jan. 20 - Morgantown, WV - Mountain Stage
Jan. 23 - Pittsburgh, PA - Mr. Smalls Theatre
Jan. 25 - Ann Arbor, MI - Ann Arbor Folk Festival
Jan. 27 - Madison, WI - Capitol Theatre