The War & Treaty Expand Must-See 2023 Tour
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The country soul of The War and Treaty is something everyone should behold live. Their new album Lover’s Game produced by Dave Cobb, and monster songs like “Yesterday’s Burn,” “Dumb Luck,” and the title track are excellent enough. As time has gone on, this husband and wife duo has only become better and better at drilling down to the very nugget of what makes them great, and showcasing it. But to really behold the power behind what The War and Treaty is all about, you have to see them in the flesh. Sure, this is not a 100% country act. There is a lot of Gospel and soul in their sound. But the power and sincerity in their music crosses genre appeal, and tingles the spine and extremities. Speak to anyone who’s seen them, and they will attest to this. The War and Treaty recently added dates to their 2023 tour, including at comparatively intimate venues like Antone’s in Austin and Sam’s Burger Joint in San Antonio. It might be the last time folks get to see them in such places since they’re now signed to UMG Nashville, playing big festivals, and opening shows for Chris Stapleton. Originally formed in Michigan in 2014 as Trotter and Blount, Michael Trotter was an Iraqi War veteran, and Tanya Blount was a long-time solo performer and actress. Combining forces, they’ve become something even greater than the sum of their parts, endearing themselves to audiences across the roots music world. TOUR DATES: 07/01/23 Sioux City, IA – Saturday in the Park 07/04/23 Nashville, TN – Let Freedom Sing! at Riverfront Park 07/19/23 Omaha, NE – CHI Health Center Omaha + 07/20/23 Maryland Heights, MO – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre + 07/25/23 Bozeman, MT – Live From The Divide – SOLD OUT 07/26/23 Bozeman, MT – Live From The Divide – SOLD OUT 07/27/23 Bozeman, MT – Live From The Divide – SOLD OUT 07/28/23 White Sulphur Springs, MT – Red Ants Pants Music Festival 08/05/23 Newport, RI – Newport Jazz Festival 08/10/23 Gilford, NH – Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion + 08/11/23 Gilford, NH – Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion + 08/12/23 Gilford, NH – Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion + 08/17/23 Toronto, ON – Budweiser Stage + 08/18/23 Toronto, ON – Budweiser Stage + 08/19/23 Caroga Lake, NY – Caroga Lake Music Festival 08/25/23 Lugano, CH – Blues to Bop Festival 08/27/23 Leicestershire, UK – Long Road Festival 08/29/23 Dublin, IE – Workman’s Club 08/31/23 Glasgow, UK – Oran Mor 09/01/23 London, UK – Omeara 09/24/23 Franklin, TN – PIlgrimage Music & Cultural Festival 09/25/23 Knoxville, TN – Bijou Theatre 09/26/23 Durham, NC – The Carolina Theatre of Durham – Fletcher Hall * 09/27/23 Charlotte, NC – Visulite Theatre * 09/29/23 Charleston, SC – Music Farm 10/01/23 Memphis, TN – Mempho Music Festival 10/05/23 San Luis Obispo, CA – SLO Brew Rock 10/06/23 Monterey, CA – Rebels and Renegades 10/08/23 Menlo Park, CA – The Guild Theatre 10/13/23 Seattle, WA – Neptune Theatre 10/14/23 Spokane, WA – The District at Knitting Factory 10/17/23 Boulder, CO – eTown Hall 10/19/23 Houston, TX – The Heights Theater 10/20/23 Dallas, TX – State Fair of Texas 10/21/23 San Antonio, TX – Sam’s Burger Joint 10/22/23 Austin, TX – Antone’s +Supporting Chris Stapleton *With William Prince
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I wholeheartedly agree and thank you Trigger for introducing them to me through SCM! Was fortunate to see them in the Spring in the soldout SMAC in Brownfield, ME and they are something extra special! Another group that is even better live then on records. Go see them while you can!
They need to be played at mainstream country radio.
Why doesn’t their label push their singles to radio ??
Yeah, they had no ready radio single strategy. They basically just released a succession of social media “singles” with live videos.
Totally agree with this article.Their albums are great but they are even better live! They put on a superb show. Definitely worth watching. Go see them if you can.
There are a small handful of artists that can truly heal your soul with their live performance. War & Treaty is one of them. Definitely worth canceling your plans and going out of your way to catch them live. You can thank me later.
Love these two. Especially love how Tanya stood beside Michael during tough times, and helped her man through.
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The War and Treaty announce headlining 2023 tour
- November 14, 2022
Lover’s Game Tour visits 35 cities next year
Powerhouse vocal duo The War And Treaty have announced their headlining 2023 Lover’s Game Tour, launching March 19th in Oklahoma City, OK. After performing more than 100 shows internationally and stateside this year, the husband-and-wife duo will bring their voices to more than 35 cities this spring with stops in Los Angeles on March 26th and New York City on May 3rd, before closing out the leg in Nashville on May 13th.
Tickets for new headlining dates will be available this Friday, November 18th at 10 am local time and Hearts Town fan club members can access tickets early via pre-sale beginning Tuesday, November 15th at 10 am local time as a portion of ticket sales will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association and Vet Tix.
“The shows this year have felt more like a family reunion,” Michael Trotter Jr. states. “You know how it is….some family you’ve known for a while and then you meet other family members you don’t know…but their vibe is so on point with yours that it’s more filling than the barbecue on the grill. We know next year’s tour is going to feel just like that so we just need to bring the right meats for the grill…the right beer for the cooler…and play the right songs!”
The new dates behind the trek follow their debut CMA Awards performance, which captured the attention of millions, including our own Matt Bailey. A few nights later, he witnessed the pair transcend “the performance from a concert to something of a religious experience” live in DC.
Additionally, the band surprised fans last week with the release of their Blank Page EP which precedes their debut album dropping in 2023.
The War And Treaty 2023 Lover’s Game Tour Dates:
Mar 19 – Oklahoma City, OK Mar 21 – Phoenix, AZ Mar 23 – Solana Beach, CA Mar 24 – Santa Ana, CA Mar 25 – Pioneertown, CA Mar 26 – Los Angeles, CA Mar 28 – San Francisco, CA Mar 30 – Portland, OR Mar 31 – Seattle, WA Apr 1 – Vancouver, BC Apr 3 – Bozeman, MT Apr 5 – Salt Lake City, UT Apr 7 – Denver, CO Apr 13 – Louisville, KY Apr 14 – St. Louis, MO Apr 15 – Davenport, IA Apr 16 – Minneapolis, MN Apr 19 – Chicago, IL Apr 20 – Grand Rapids, MI Apr 21 – Detroit, MI Apr 22 – Columbus, OH Apr 23 – Cleveland, OH Apr 25 – Buffalo, NY Apr 26 – Toronto, ON Apr 28 – South Burlington, VT Apr 29 – Brownfield, ME Apr 30 – Rockland, ME May 2 – Hamden, CT May 3 – New York, NY May 5 – Ardmore, PA May 6 – Washington, DC May 9 – Charlotte, NC May 10 – Durham, NC May 11 – Knoxville, TN May 13 – Nashville,TN
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The War And Treaty Kick Off 2022 Tour Run With Grand Ole Opry Show
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Powerhouse duo The War and Treaty are embarking on their 2022 run. The trek will kick off with their return to the Grand Ole Opry on Feb. 19.
The War And Treaty deliver a unique fusion of southern soul, gospel, country, and rock-and-roll. Their latest 12-song collection, Hearts Town , was co-produced by the Trotter’s along with longtime guitarist Max Brown .
The husband-and-wife team— Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Trotter— will make their debut at the Tortuga Music Festival and return to the New Orleans Jazz Festival in April.
The versatile duo has opened for top-tier artists such as Al Green, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, John Legend and Lauren Daigle. They will serve as direct support for Van Morrison this May, leading up to an overseas trek this summer to Australia, Denmark, Ireland, Netherlands, United Kingdom and Scotland.
The War and Treaty 2022 Tour Dates: 2/21/22 Cruise Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea 2022 2/26/22 Winter Wonder Grass – Steamboat Springs, CO 4/01/22 Winter Wonder Grass Tahoe – Olympic Valley, CA 4/09/22 Tortuga Music Festival – Fort Lauderdale, FL 4/13/22 Melbourne Recital Centre – Southbank, VIC, Australia 4/14/22 Bluesfest Byron Bay 2022 – Tyagarah, Australia 4/20/22 The Factory Theatre – Marrickville, NSW, Australia 4/23/22 Amplify Decatur Music Festival 2022 – Decatur, GA 4/29/22 New Orleans Jazz Festival 2022 – New Orleans, LA 5/07/22 The Chicago Theatre – Chicago, IL 5/08/22 The Chicago Theatre – Chicago, IL 5/10/22 Fox Theatre – Detroit, MI 5/26/22 Virginia Arts Festival – Norfolk,VA* 5/28/22 Rooster Walk Music & Arts Festival – Axton, VA 6/02/22 Spoleto Festival USA – Charleston, SC 6/03/22 Riverbend Music Festival – Chattanooga, TN 6/09/22 CPH Americana 2022 – København, Denmark 6/11/22 Holland International Blues Festival – Grolloo, Netherlands 6/13/22 River Town – Bristol, United Kingdom* 6/15/22 Jazz Cafe – London, United Kingdom* 6/17/22 St. Luke’s – Glasgow, United Kingdom* 6/18/22 Fire Station – Sunderland, United Kingdom* 6/19/22 Black Deer Festival – Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom 6/21/22 The Blues Kitchen – Manchester, United Kingdom* 6/22/22 Whelan’s – Dublin, Ireland* 7/01/22 High Sierra Music Festival – Quincy, CA 8/27/22 Beach Road Weekend Festival – Vineyard Haven, MA *Headlining Dates
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The War and Treaty: the name itself represents the pull between trauma and tranquility; music inspired by darkness and despair that ultimately finds a higher spiritual purpose. For Michael Trotter Jr., the journey began in 2004, when he arrived in Iraq, an untested soldier stricken by fear and self-doubt. His captain made it his personal mission to see to Trotter’s survival. The unit was encamped in one of Saddam Hussein’s private palaces, and in a forgotten corner in its basement, they found a black upright piano that once belonged to the dictator himself. When Trotter shared the fact he could sing, he was encouraged to teach himself to play piano on that confiscated keyboard. “I wrote my first song after that captain was killed,” Trotter recalls. “I sang it for his memorial in Iraq.” Soon after it became his mission to sing at the memorial services for those that had fallen. For the next three years, he sang songs that brought solace and comfort to the members of his unit. His efforts eventually garnered wider recognition as well. He came in first place in “Military Idol,” the army’s version of “American Idol,” during a competition held in Baumholder, Germany. Following his discharge, he was featured on the Hope Channel program “My Story, My Song.” Then he met Tanya Blount. Blount, a seasoned performer whose musical influences include Mahalia Jackson, Dolly Parton, Sister Odette and Aretha Franklin, was amazed by Michael. “His personality drew me in initial and then the sparks started to fly. I knew that I was hooked,” recalls Tanya. The two fell in love, got married and used the experiences they had gained to create a new musical collaboration. The couple then secured the services of musicians whose skills add a distinctive sound to The War and Treaty’s blend of roots music, bluegrass, folk, gospel and soul. Recorded in Albion, Michigan, Down to the River boasts a sound that’s both stirring and sensual, driven by joy, determination and an unceasing upward gaze. The music is visceral but never morose, flush with emotion but void of despair… a style that touches on a variety of genres, but never finds itself confined to any one. The arrangements are uncluttered– harmonies, bass lines, guitar and mandolin licks, settle drum patterns and keyboards create an immensely moving soundscape — but the sentiments and emotions are fully realized and soar with a steady, chilling assurance. “The recording process wasn’t like anything I ever experienced,” Tanya recalls. “This EP has allowed me to breathe musically. I feel like all I have wanted to express for the past ten years has come forth with what we’ve done. The combination of heart, soul and the overwhelming amount of love that Michael and I have for one another comes across in this record. “ “I was sitting on the banks of the Euphrates River in Baghdad dreaming about one day being able to play and sing professionally for people all around the world,” Michael reflects. “As we recorded our music, I constantly had flashbacks of those desert dreams. I thought to myself that this is actually the perfect ending to usher in a new beginning in my life.” That beginning can be heard in the album’s first single “Hi Ho,” a WMNF hit that is now being heard on radio stations throughout the country. Still, for all their optimism and initial intent, The War and Treaty, knows that as their name suggests, perseverance is key to success. They continue to tour, their son in tow, hoping to share songs of reconciliation and humanity.
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Exclusive: The War and Treaty Say it’s a ‘Humbling Experience’ Performing on ‘Christmas At Graceland’
Posted: November 29, 2023 | Last updated: November 29, 2023
The spirit of Elvis Presley will come alive with the new holiday special, Christmas at Graceland , which features an array of artists across genres performing beloved songs from Presley’s esteemed catalog. Among the many artists who are honored to perform is The War and Treaty, the husband and wife duo of Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Trotter. They’re part of an A-list lineup including Post Malone, Lana Del Rey, John Legend, Kacey Musgraves, Lainey Wilson, Alanis Morissette, and Kane Brown.
“Graceland is historic all year round, however, during the Christmas season, the mansion comes alive with a mesmerizing sparkle,” The War and Treaty tell American Songwriter in an exclusive statement. “The holiday special is not merely a time of celebration, but a chance to honor the enduring legacy of Elvis Presley as well as preserve the essence of Elvis’ festive spirit. We can embrace the magic of Christmas and enjoy the timeless allure of Graceland.”
The Grammy-nominated couple will be performing a groundbreaking song from Presley’s career, “If I Can Dream.” Inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.’s history-making “I Have a Dream” speech, the song was written by Walter Earl Brown and recorded by Presley in the wake of King’s assassination in 1968. The song touches on themes of hope and unity as Presley passionately sings: There must be peace and understanding sometime / Strong winds of promise that will blow away the doubt and fear / If I can dream of a warmer sun / Where hope keeps shining on everyone.
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“Elvis radiated a divine presence, a spirit that was unmistakably touched by God,” the duo rave, adding that they’re looking forward to performing “If I Can Dream” at Graceland and embrace “what the song stands for.” “He possessed an undeniable essence that permeated every aspect of his being.” Tanya says her first memory of the icon is when her mother played his version of “How Great Thou Art” off his 1967 album of the same name. She cites “That’s All Right” as her favorite Presley song, while her husband calls “Love Me Tender” his favorite. They also agree that his renditions of “ Blue Christmas,” “Santa Claus Is Back in Town,” and “White Christmas” are, “ Synonymous with the holiday season.”
Each of the artists will perform live from inside the Graceland estate in Memphis, Tennessee, marking the first time a televised concert will broadcast from the estate. Viewers will also get to see never-before-seen footage of the singer who’s referred to as the King of Rock and Roll. The special is produced by actress Riley Keough, daughter of the late Lisa Marie Presley and granddaughter of Elvis. Keough became the sole owner of the Graceland estate following her mother’s death in January 2023.
“In our wildest dreams, we never imagined that we would find ourselves standing on the hallowed grounds of Elvis’ estate, let alone performing the very song that altered the course of his career,” The War and Treaty profess. “It is a surreal and humbling experience to be a part of Elvis’ dream, to champion the causes he fought for, even in the face of adversity. We carry the torch of his legacy, a legacy built on love and music, with the utmost honor and reverence. It is a privilege to continue his mission, spreading his message of unity and joy through the power of song. Elvis’ spirit lives on through us, and we are forever grateful to be a part of his enduring legacy. In the words of Elvis, ‘When you can’t say it, sing it.'”
Christmas At Graceland airs live on Wednesday (November 29) at 10 p.m. ET on NBC. It will also stream on Peacock.
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The war and treaty announce headlining 2023 lover’s game tour visiting 35 cities next year..
Powerhouse vocal duo The War And Treaty announce details today behind their headlining 2023 LOVER’S GAME TOUR , launching March 19th in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. After performing more than 100 shows internationally and stateside this year, the husband-and-wife duo will bring their “massive, show-stopping vocals” (Vulture) to more than 35-cities this spring with stops in Los Angeles, CA (3/26) and New York City, NY (5/03), before closing out the leg in Nashville, TN (5/13). Tickets for new headlining dates will be available this Friday (11/18 at 10:00A Local Time) and “Hearts Town” fan club members can access tickets early via pre-sale beginning tomorrow (11/15 at 10:00A Local Time) as a portion of ticket sales will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association and Vet Tix . For complete ticket and pre-sale details visit www.thewarandtreaty.com .
“The shows this year have felt more like a family reunion,” Michael Trotter Jr. said. “You know how it is….some family you’ve known for a while and then you meet other family members you don’t know…but their vibe is so on point with yours that it’s more filling than the barbecue on the grill. We know next year’s tour is going to feel just like that so we just need to bring the right meats for the grill…the right beer for the cooler…and play the right songs!”
The new dates behind “the colossally talented pair’s” (Associated Press) LOVER’S GAME TOUR follows their debut CMA Award s performance here , where “the duo rattled the rafters with their soulful, passionate tribute,” (CMT) as it was dubbed one of the best moments of the night by The Washington Post , Vulture , Rolling Stone , Billboard , American Songwriter and more. Additionally, the band surprised fans last week with the release of their BLANK PAGE EP which infuses “a soulful mingling of genres,” (Billboard) .
2023 LOVER’S GAME TOUR DATES: 03/19/23 Oklahoma City, OK 03/21/23 Phoenix, AZ 03/23/23 Solana Beach, CA 03/24/23 Santa Ana, CA 03/25/23 Pioneertown, CA 03/26/23 Los Angeles, CA 03/28/23 San Francisco, CA 03/30/23 Portland, OR 03/31/23 Seattle, WA 04/01/23 Vancouver, BC 04/03/23 Bozeman, MT 04/05/23 Salt Lake City, UT 04/07/23 Denver, CO 04/13/23 Louisville, KY 04/14/23 St. Louis, MO 04/15/23 Davenport, IA 04/16/23 Minneapolis, MN 04/19/23 Chicago, IL 04/20/23 Grand Rapids, MI 04/21/23 Detroit, MI 04/22/23 Columbus, OH 04/23/23 Cleveland, OH 04/25/23 Buffalo, NY 04/26/23 Toronto, ON 04/28/23 South Burlington, VT 04/29/23 Brownfield, ME 04/30/23 Rockland, ME 05/02/23 Hamden, CT 05/03/23 New York, NY 05/05/23 Ardmore, PA 05/06/23 Washington, DC 05/09/23 Charlotte, NC 05/10/23 Durham, NC 05/11/23 Knoxville, TN 05/13/23 Nashville,TN
Founded in 2014 by the husband-and-wife duo Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Trotter, The War And Treaty have emerged as one of the most electrifying new acts in American music. With a lionhearted sonic blend – both roaring with passion and tender to the touch, they “are making soul moves that are captivating everyone who sees them,” (Hits Magazine) . Earning respect, they’ve gone on to appear as top-flight collaborators, and have been recognized by the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Grand Ole Opry and the Americana Music Association as “2022 Duo/Group of the Year.” The duo have dominated stages across the globe including North America, Europe, Italy, Australia, and Ireland, while headlining their own shows and opening for a diverse group of living legends; Al Green, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, John Legend, Lauren Daigle and Van Morrison among them. For more information visit www.thewarandtreaty.com .
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Thursday 11th July, Under the Bridge, London, the War and Treaty. Well this is an easy review. Astonishing, astounding, unbelievable, brilliant, superb, moving, outstanding. Do you get the picture? The War and Treaty were good, very good indeed. From the first note of the band and the first vocals from husband and wife Michael and Tanya Trotter you knew this was going to be special. Wow just wow.
On this their debut London show in front of a good crowd at Under the Bridge we are treated to a powerhouse of unrestrained country soul. Michael takes the lead on most songs with his deep voice with a remarkable range that is so powerful I’m not sure a microphone or amplification is actually required. He is superbly supported by Tanya who is also blessed with a beautiful soulful voice providing harmonies throughout and with occasional but impactful lead.
They are backed tonight with a superb six piece band who are on it from note one who all get time to shine throughout the night with a particularly strong brass section.
The set tonight draws from both of their albums, coupled with some new stuff and snippets of classic soul covers thrown in. Their own songs are in the classic storytelling style and often deeply personal affairs. One particular song being dedicated to a colleague of Michaels from the US Army who sadly took their own life. The story is painful and touching with a message of taking care of our own and being there for our friends. We are encouraged to hug our neighbour in the room which was much needed as the tears rolled down my cheeks. There have only been a handful of those moments in my over eight hundred gigs attended but this was definitely one of them. Hair tingling, lip trembling beauty and the tears were mixed of both sorrow and joy.
It would be churlish to pick a highlight but I will. It started at 9 o’clock and ended an hour and forty five minutes later with just the two outstanding performers on stage leaving us with an acapella finale.
A truly emotional and joyous night and not since the first time I saw St Paul and the Broken Bones has a band had such an impact on me. The records so not do this band any justice as live its incredible stuff. I cannot wait until they come back and I will be lobbying Emily Eavis hard to get these guys at the Park stage next year.
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They are a powerhouse duo that is not to be missed. I just emailed everyone in my contact list and told them to see their show whenever possible. Tanya's voice is reminiscent on Aretha, it can put chills on your neck. Michael's sincerity & love is infectious.
The War and Treaty are a wonderful, soulful, full of love duo that can belt out beautiful and moving songs. They have so much life between then on stage and are gracious and grateful to their audience. I highly recommend checking them out!
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Ian Munsick Announces 2024 Boots, Buckles & Bolos Tour
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Ian Munsick has unveiled his 2024 Boots, Buckles & Bolos tour , which will take the traditional-leaning Wyoming native across Oklahoma, Texas, Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, Virginia, North Carolina, Nebraska, Colorado, South Dakota and more.
On the expansive run of shows, the ‘ More Than Me ’ songsmith will be joined by a plethora of up-and-coming artists as support, including The War and Treaty , Charlie Worsham, Treaty Oak Revival, Jake Worthington, William Clark Green and Meghan Patrick.
Also set to open for Ian Munsick throughout his 2024 Boots, Buckles & Bolos tour is Chancey Williams, Ryan Charles, Tyler Halverson, Peytan Porter, Ben Chapman and Munsick's family band, The Munsick Boys, featuring his father and two brothers.
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Munsick's 2024 Boots, Buckles & Bolos tour will also include an exciting trip Down Under, with the singer-songwriter set to perform at CMC Rocks in Queensland, Australia in March.
Kicking off on January 19 2024 in Grant, Oklahoma, Ian Munsick's aptly titled Boots, Buckles & Bolos run of tour-stops is being presented by Xtreme Concepts.
Speaking ahead of the announcement, the ‘White Buffalo’ crooner explained the mentality he'll be bringing to each show, “Every time I walk on stage I only have one goal for when I walk off… leave knowing somebody thought that was the best show they’ve ever seen. I know how hard country music fans work for their money and their weekend, so when you choose to spend it at an Ian Munsick concert, I wanna make sure you get every penny’s worth of every minute”.
The fast-emerging artist went on to underline, “The Boots, Buckles & Bolos Tour is gearing up to be our best yet. New music, new cities and new opening acts are gonna make this run of shows some you do not wanna miss! Break out your shit-kickers, waist trophies and neck blingage cuz the west is riding to your town!”
The CEO of Xtreme Concepts, Landon E. Ash, echoed Ian Munsick's enthusiasm at the prospect of launching the Boots, Buckles & Bolos tour, “We are excited and honored to sponsor Ian Munsick’s 2024 spring tour. Our family of brands, much like Ian himself, are dedicated to hard working people, who share a deep love for America”.
Ticket-holders will be looking forward to hearing Ian Munsick perform a slew of highlights from his widely acclaimed 2023 record, White Buffalo , which has produced fan-favourites such as ‘Barn Burner’, ‘Little Man’, ‘Ranch Hand’ and Ian Munsick's new Country Radio single, the steel-drenched ‘Long Live Cowgirls’.
Pre-sale tickets to Ian Munsick's 2024 Boots, Buckles & Bolos tour are available from Thursday, November 30th at 10am local time with the access code ‘BUCKLES’.
Read the full list of Ian Munsick's tour-dates and further ticket details .
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The War And Treaty Tapped to Open for John Legend on Bigger Love 2020 Tour
Fresh off a triumphant performance on the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards, The War And Treaty — the husband and wife team of Michael Trotter, Jr. and Tanya Blount-Trotter — have been invited to open for John Legend on his Bigger Love 2020 tour, announced this morning.
The tour will kick off on August 12 in Dallas and visit more than 25 cities across North America this summer including New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, Dallas, Seattle, Dayton and more before wrapping on September 25 in San Diego.
The War And Treaty have been in the studio putting the finishing touches on Hearts Town, their debut album for Rounder, slated for release on August 14, 2020. Last month, they released two tracks from the LP: “Jealousy” and “Hustlin’,” which are available via all digital service providers.
The duo, named the 2019 Emerging Act of the Year by Americana Music Association, earned tremendous acclaim for their full-length debut, 2018’s Healing Tide. The Associated Press called them “a powerhouse R&B duo who sound as though they were born to sing together,” while the Los Angeles Times praised their “joyful mix of gospel, soul and Americana best carried through the raw, rafters-reaching power of their voices.”
Along with completing their new album, The War And Treaty spent much of 2019 touring with the likes of Brandi Carlile and Jason Isbell, as well as joining the legendary Al Green for a run of dates at such iconic venues as Radio City Music Hall.
The Bigger Love Tour pre-sale tickets will go on sale February 11-12 from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm local time. Local pre-sale goes on-sale on February 13 from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm local time. Public on-sale starts on Valentine’s Day, February 14 at 10:00 am local.
A full list of dates, cities, and venues is below.
Aug 12 Dallas, TX Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
Aug 13 Houston, TX Smart Financial Centre
Aug 15 Nashville, TN Ascend Amphitheater
Aug 16 Atlanta, GA Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park
Aug 18 Sunrise, FL BB&T Center
Aug 19 Saint Augustine, FL The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre
Aug 21 Washington, DC Wolf Trap – Filene Center
Aug 22 Atlantic City, NJ Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
Aug 24 New York, NY Radio City Music Hall
Aug 27 Philadelphia, PA The Metropolitan Opera House
Aug 28 Lenox, MA Tanglewood – Koussevitzky Music Shed
Aug 29 Mashantucket, CT Foxwoods Resort Casino – Grand Theater
Aug 31 Boston, MA Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion
Sep 02 Toronto, ON Budweiser Stage
Sep 03 Detroit, MI Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill
Sep 05 Dayton, OH Rose Music Center at The Heights
Sep 06 Chicago, IL Ravinia Festival
Sep 10 Seattle, WA Chateau St. Michelle
Sep 11 Seattle, WA Chateau St. Michelle
Sep 13 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
Sep 14 Portland, OR Keller Auditorium
Sep 16 Berkeley, CA The Greek Theatre
Sep 17 Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl
Sep 19 Las Vegas, NV The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Sep 20 Tucson, AZ Casino Del Sol – Ava Amphitheater
Sep 22 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre
Sep 25 San Diego, CA Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
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