Monday, March 30, 2015

Tour update: Rob Thomas, Neon Trees, Don Williams

Emblem/Atlantic recording artist Rob Thomas has announced plans for a North American tour with special guests, Plain White T’s.
Dates for “The Great Unknown 2015” – which herald the multiple-Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter’s upcoming new album – get underway in June and continue through August (see below).
Pre-sale tickets will be available beginning on Wednesday, April 1; on sale to the general public begins April 3-4 for most shows. VIP Packages, including photo opportunities with Rob Thomas and exclusive merchandise, will be available.
For complete details and ticket information, visit Fan Club membership packages will soon be available at Check out this video of Rob here:

Thomas, the frontman for
Matchbox Twenty, is currently in the studio finishing his third solo album, the first in more than six years. The new album – which follows 2009’s acclaimed Cradlesong – is slated for release in late summer.

Tour dates:

11 Orillia, ON Casino Rama Resort
12 Windsor, ON The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor
13 Akron, OH Akron Civic Theatre
15 Columbus, OH Palace Theatre
16 Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
18 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theater
19 Minneapolis, MN Northrop Auditorium
22 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
24 Denver, CO Paramount Theatre
27 Boise, ID Boise Music Festival
29 Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre
30 Portland, OR The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

2 Saratoga, CA The Mountain Winery
3 Modesto, CA Gallo Center for the Arts
5 Paso Robles, CA Vina Robles Amphitheater
7 Riverside, CA Fox Performing Arts Center
9 Phoenix, AZ Comerica Theatre
11 San Antonio, TX Majestic Theatre
12 Austin, TX ACL Live at The Moody Theater
13 Tulsa, OK Brady Theater
15 St. Louis, MO Peabody Opera House
18 Highland Park, IL Ravinia Festival
21 Atlanta, GA Delta Classic Chastain Park Amphitheater
22 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium
24 Clearwater, FL Ruth Eckerd Hall
25 St. Augustine, FL St. Augustine Amphitheatre
26 N. Charleston, SC North Charleston Performing Arts Center
28 Charlotte, NC Uptown Amphitheatre at NC Music Factory
29 Portsmouth, VA nTelos Wireless Pavilion
31 Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Theatre

1 Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Theatre
2 Atlantic City, NJ Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
4 Bethlehem, PA Sands Bethlehem Event Center
5 Boston, MA Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
6 New York, NY Beacon Theatre
9 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena
10 Morristown, NJ Mayo Performing Arts Center

Neon Trees' summer tour will run from June-July. A full list of tour dates can be found below.

"At the end of last year we had made plans to take this year off, but honestly, we got bored at home. We just love touring that much," said singer Tyler Glenn. "We're going to play songs from all three albums and it will be an entirely new show. We chose smaller clubs and theaters to make it a communal, fan driven experience for us and the audience."

Neon Trees - comprising Tyler Glenn (lead vocals, keys), Chris Allen (guitars), Branden Campbell (bass), and Elaine Bradley (drums, vocals) - released their third album Pop Psychology last April.
The album, recorded with longtime collaborator Tim Pagnotta spawned the RIAA Gold-certified single "Sleeping With A Friend," which won an award for BMI Publishing Award in 2014 and charted in the Top 15 of the Billboard Hot 100. It is available HERE.

Pop Psychology is the follow up to Picture Show, which featured the RIAA double platinum single "Everybody Talks," which charted in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100. Neon Trees' debut album, Habits, was released in 2010 and featured the double platinum smash single "Animal." The band has toured with Taylor Swift, The Killers, Maroon 5, Duran Duran, Flaming Lips, My Chemical Romance, and more.

Tour dates: 

6 Seattle Showbox
7 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom
9 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
11 Los Angeles, CA The Fonda Theatre
12 Las Vegas, NV The Pool - The Cosmopolitan
15 Englewood, CO Gothic Theatre
17 Austin, TX Emo's Alternative Lounge - Inside
18 Dallas, TX Granada Theater
19 Houston, TX House of Blues
20 Baton Rouge, LA Dixie Landin' Theme Park
22 St. Louis, MO The Ready Room
24 Grand Rapids, MI Intersection
25 Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theatre
26 Council Bluff, IA Stir Cove at Harrah's Casino

9 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Revolution
10 Orlando, FL Beacham Theatre
11 St. Petersburg, FL State Theatre
13 Atlanta, GA Center State Theatre
14 Nashville, TN The Cannery
16 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
17 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
18 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live
20 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
21 Philadelphia, PA TLA
22 New York, NY Irving Plaza
26 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club

Country music veteran Don Williams will hit the road again soon. 
“Mercy, the fans have kept us going for years, and I am glad to share the music with them once again,” says Williams.

First coming to prominence in the 1960s, he is best known for the hits “Atta Way To Go,” “Come Early Morning,” “We Should Be Together,” “Rake and Ramblin’ Man,” “Tulsa Time,” and “Nobody But You” in the 1970s and '80s. He won Male Vocalist of the Year from the Country Music Association in 1978, and notched his biggest hit in 1981 with “I Believe In You,” which also crossed over to the top-30 on the Hot 100.

Williams’ most recent album was 2014’s Reflections, which earned the singer his highest peak on the Country Album chart in three decades. Known as “The Gentle Giant,” Williams was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2010.

Tour Dates:

April 16 - Effingham, Illinois - Effingham Performance Center
April 17 - Peshawbestown, Michigan - Leelanau Sands Casino Showroom
April 18 - Shipshewana, Indiana - Blue Gate Theater
April 19 - Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin - Crystal Grand Music Theatre
April 21 - St. Charles, Illinois - The Arcada Theatre
April 23 - North Canton, Ohio - Canton Palace Theatre
April 24 - Hopewell, Virginia - The Beacon Theatre
April 25 - Franklin, North Carolina - Smoky Mountain Center
May 14 - Eau Claire, Wisconsin - State Theatre
May 15 - Saint Michael, North Dakota - Spirit Lake Casino
May 16 - Fort Yates, North Dakota - Pavilion at Prairie Knights Casino
May 17 - Onamia, Minnesota - Grand Casino Mille Lacs
May 20 - Omaha, Nebraska - Kiewit Convert Hall at The Holland
May 21 - Salina, Kansas - The Stiefel Theatre
May 22 - Bartlesville, Oklahoma - Bartlesville Community Center
May 23 - Lula, Mississippi - Isle of Capri Casino
Sept. 9 - Dodge City, Kansas - United Wireless Arena
Sept. 10 - Colorado Springs, Colorado - Pikes Peak Center
Sept. 11 - Deadwood, South Dakota - Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel
Sept. 14 - Winnipeg, Manitoba - Pantages Playhouse Theatre
Sept. 15 - Regina, Saskatchewan - Conexus Centre of the Arts
Sept. 16 - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - TCU Place
Sept. 17 - Edmonton, Alberta - Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Sept. 19 - Calgary, Alberta - Jack Singer Hall Epcor Centre
Sept. 20 - Kelowna, British Columbia - Kelowna Community Theatre
Sept. 24 - Pocatello, Idaho - Stephens Performing Arts Center
Sept. 25-26 - Wendover, Nevada - Peppermill Concert Hall
Oct. 14 - Clearwater, Florida - The Capitol Theatre
Oct. 15 - Bremen, Georgia - Mill Town Music Hall
Oct. 16 - Pigeon Forge, Tennessee - Country Tonight Theatre
Oct. 17 - Pigeon Forge, Tennessee - Country Tonight Theatre
Oct. 18 - Newberry, South Carolina - Newberry Opera House
Oct. 20 - Durham, North Carolina - Carolina Theatre of Durham
Oct. 22 - Huntsville, Alabama - Von Braun Center Concert Hall
Oct. 23 - Paducah, Kentucky - The Carson Center
Oct. 24 - Branson, Missouri - Oakridge Boys Theatre
Nov. 12 - Kansas City, Missouri - Ameristar Casino and Hotel
Nov. 13 - Norman, Oklahoma - Riverwind Casino
Nov. 14 - Bossier City, Louisiana - Riverdome Horseshoe Hotel
Nov. 15 - San Antonio, Texas - The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
Nov. 18 - Stafford, Texas - Stafford Centre
Nov. 19 - Midland, Texas - Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center
Nov. 20 - Austin, Texas - Paramount Theatre

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