Compass Records Group RSS Feed feed://compassrecords.com/testroom/newsFeed.xml.php This feed is for all artists, news and press releases under the Compass Records Group English Mon, 30 Mar 2015 11:40:06 GMT Alison Brown at the Down Home http://compassrecords.com/testroom/news.php?story=940 Alison Brown at
The Down Home
Saturday, April 11 / 8pm 

 

 


“In Brown’s hands, the banjo is capable of fluid musical phrases of boundless beauty.” Billboard


GRAMMY winning banjoist Alison Brown will be making a rare appearance with her band at The Down Home in Johnson City, TN on April 11th.  Joining Alison will be rising fiddle master Christian Sedelmyer, East Tennessee native Bryon Larrance on drums, Joe Davidian on piano, and Compass Records co-founder, Garry West, on bass.  The quintet will feature fan favorites from Alison's catalog as well as preview new music from her forth-coming album The Song of the Banjo, due for release in August of this year. Advance tickets can be purchased Wednesday through Saturday at The Down Home after 6pm. Tickets are also available to order by mail. Click here for additional ticketing information.


Watch Alison Brown's "Under the Five Wire" 
from PBS' Bluegrass Underground


Alison Brown has taken an unlikely path in establishing herself as one of the most critically acclaimed banjoists in the world. A former investment banker (she has a bachelor's degree in History and Literature from Harvard and an MBA from UCLA), she toured with Alison Krauss and Union Station and Michelle Shocked before forming her own group. She has recorded 10 critically-acclaimed solo albums, received four GRAMMY nominations, a GRAMMY award and the Banjo Player of the Year award from the International Bluegrass Music Association.

Alison is also co-founder of the internationally recognized Compass Records Group which oversees more than 600 roots music releases from the Compass RecordsGreen Linnet and Mulligan Records catalogs. Described by 
Billboard Magazine as "one of the leading independent labels," Compass Records is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2015.

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Hear Ron Sexsmith's New Album CAROUSEL ONE Streaming Now Via The Guardian http://compassrecords.com/testroom/news.php?story=939 Hear Ron Sexsmith's New Album 
CAROUSEL ONE Streaming
Now Via The Guardian

 

 

 


 

"Sexsmith has proven himself a storyteller and musician worthy of the praise he's received." –Paste

 

(Nashville, TN) March 26, 2015 – Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith's new studio album, Carousel One, will be out in North America on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 via Compass Records and Warner Music Canada. You can hear it early at The Guardian where the full album will be streaming until the end of the month.

Carousel One finds Sexsmith in surprising territory for a man often pegged as a downbeat balladeer: he’s actually contented. "I didn’t realize until we were putting the songs together for Carousel One that this would be more outgoing. There's a lot more humor,” says Ron. “I mean, there’s even a smiling picture on the cover, which I've just never had before. I just hope it doesn't scare the children."

Produced by Jim Scott, Carousel One features 14 new Sexsmith originals. It was recorded with an incredible cast of musicians including bass player Bob Glaub (John Lennon, Lucinda Williams, Jackson Browne), guitarist Jon Graboff (John Lee Hooker, Dr John), drummer Don Heffington (Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris), and keyboard player John Ginty (Dixie Chicks).

Read more and listen to the whole album, streaming now at The Guardian.

 


 

CAROUSEL ONE Track Listing:
  1. Sure As The Sky
  2. Saint Bernard
  3. Loving You
  4. Before The Night Is Gone
  5. Lucky Penny
  6. Getaway Car
  7. Nothing Feels The Same Anymore
  8. Sun’s Coming Out
  9. Lord Knows
  10. All Our Tomorrows
  11. No One
  12. Can’t Get My Act Together
  13. Tumbling Sky
  14. Many Times
     

Ron Sexsmith U.S.A. Shows

4/2 – City Winery – New York, NY
4/4 – City Winery – Nashville, TN
4/6 – Old Town School – Chicago, IL
4/8 – The Cedar – Minneapolis, MN

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An Evening With Alison Brown http://compassrecords.com/testroom/news.php?story=938 An Evening With Alison Brown 
The University of West Georgia Carrollton Cultural Arts Center
Carrollton, Georgia
Performance: Friday, April 10 / 7:30pm
Workshop with Judge Parker: Friday, April 10 / 3:30pm

“In Brown’s hands, the banjo is capable of fluid musical phrases of boundless beauty.” Billboard

An Evening with AB

 
Alison Brown will be performing with her band at The Carrollton Cultural Arts Center at the University of West Georgia in Carrolton, GA on April 10th. This is a rare opportunity to see theGrammy winning banjoist for free as part of the University's Alumni Weekend.
Joining Alison will be rising fiddle master Christian Sedelmyer, East Tennessee native Bryon Larrance on drums, Joe Davidian on piano, and Compass Records co-founder, Garry West, on bass.  The band will feature fan favorites from Alison's catalog as well as preview new music from her forth-coming album The Song of the Banjo, due for release in August of this year.
Judge Parker
In addition to the performance at the Carrollton Cultural Arts Center, Alison will also be doing a workshop and demonstration with University of West Georgia Alum Judge Parker in the Kathy Cashen Recital Hall at 3:30pm.
 
To reserve tickets, RSVP to:
Jennifer Sauls | 770-830-0063 | [email protected]
Jessica Dunham | 678-839-5453 | [email protected]
 

AB Photo
Alison Brown has taken an unlikely path in establishing herself as one of the most critically acclaimed banjoists in the world.
A former investment banker (she has a bachelor's degree in History and Literature from Harvard and an MBA from UCLA), she toured with Alison Krauss and Union Station and Michelle Shocked before forming her own group.
She has recorded 10 critically-acclaimed solo albums, received four Grammy nominations, a Grammy award and the Banjo Player of the Year award from the International Bluegrass Music Association.

Alison is also co-founder of the internationally recognized Compass Records Group which oversees more than 600 roots music releases from the Compass RecordsGreen Linnet and Mulligan Records catalogs. Described by 
Billboard Magazine as "one of the leading independent labels," Compass Records is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2015.
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The Hillbenders New Album With SXSW Showcase http://compassrecords.com/testroom/news.php?story=937 Tommy Album Cover

The Hillbenders Announce New Album TOMMY: A Bluegrass Opry

With full album performance at SXSW Folk Alliance Showcase

 

 

 


"Tommy: A Bluegrass Opry is the highlight of...many stellar Friday night performance at Folk Alliance." –Timothy Finn, Kansas City Star

Forty-five years after its initial release, The Who’s rock opera TOMMY has been transformed by The Hillbenders into a full-length bluegrass tribute with all of the original record’s energy, instrumental showmanship and rock star vocals in tact. TOMMY: A Bluegrass Tribute will be out June 2nd on Compass Records.

Originally recorded with a full rock band, the dynamic bluegrass quintet recreated the legenary album with a banjo, Dobro, mandolin, bass and guitar. The Hillbenders will be performing TOMMY in its entirety as part of the Folk Alliance Showcase at South By Southwest.

The Hillbenders Present TOMMY: A Bluegrass Opry

Folk Alliance Showcase at South By Southwest

South Store Beer Garden

Donations ADV/Donations day of show
March 21 / 6pm

 

 

 

The Hillbenders Pre-release Shows
 

3/21 – The Kesslers Theater – Dallas, TX
4/16 – Tim Faulkner Gallery – Louisville, KY
4/17 – The Strand at 38 Main – Waynesville, NC
4/18 – The North Carolina CueGrass Festival – Raleigh, NC
4/25 – McGee Street Festival – Kansas City, MO
4/26 – Guthrie Green – Tulsa, OK
5/8 – Kunckleheads Saloon – Kansas City, MO
5/9 – Patton Alley Pub – Springfield, MO
5/10 – The Station Inn – Nashville, TN

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Acclaimed Actor & Singer-Songwriter Alicia Witt Steps Out With Ben Folds-Produced Debut Revisionary http://compassrecords.com/testroom/news.php?story=935 Alicia WittAcclaimed Actor & Singer-Songwriter Alicia Witt Steps Out With Ben Folds-Produced Debut Revisionary History

Out April 7 via Compass Records

Hear Album Track “About Me,” Here: http://bit.ly/1Ju6N9c

“Sharply personal, boldly melodic” – Philadelphia Inquirer

Singer, songwriter, classically trained pianist and acclaimed actor Alicia Witt (Justified, House of Lies) has confirmed the release of her first full-length studio album Revisionary History, out April 7 on Compass Records.

Produced by Ben Folds, Revisionary History was years in the making. Some of nine original songs on the album date back to the mid-’00s, which gave her plenty of time to hone them in concert before heading to Folds’ Nashville studio, where she recorded the album in two week-long chunks in the spring and late fall of 2013. The album features Folds on backing vocals as well as drums, bass, percussion, electric guitar and more. Multi-instrumentalist Joe Pisapia also lends acoustic guitar, pedal steel, backing vocals and additional percussion.

Revisionary History is full of songs that deal in themes of heartbreak, loyalty and the amazing power that comes with finding your own voice —and using it. “This record is probably the most personal thing that I’ve put out,” says Witt, who released a self-titled EP in 2009 and the full-length Live at Rockwood in 2012. Both releases happening in between parts in films and on TV (including a recurring role on this season of Showtime’s House of Lies) in an acting career that began with her debut in the David Lynch sci-fi classic Dune in 1984, when she was 7.

For all the autobiographical touches on Revisionary History, it’s also a collection of deeply relatable songs. The reflective piano ballad “Friend” opens the album with Witt sifting through feelings of attraction for someone she knows should be just a pal and not a lover, while the aching vocal showcase “Consolation Prize” pairs torchy piano with taut electric guitar accents as Witt muses over the ways in which we edit our pasts to fit the present.

Alicia Witt debuted her single release “Consolation Prize” on The Queen Latifah Show on February 4.

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New Ron Sexsmith Album Out March 31 http://compassrecords.com/testroom/news.php?story=934 Carousel OneRon Sexsmith Confirms New Album 
Carousel One Out March 31

Hear Album Tracks "Saint Bernard" And "Can't Get My Act Together" Via RonSexsmith.com

New York, Chicago And Nashville Shows Confirmed for April

Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith today confirmed the release of his new studio album, Carousel One, out in North America on Tuesday, March 31, 2015. The album will be released in the U.S. via Compass Records and in his home country by Warner Music Canada.

Carousel One, produced by Jim Scott, features 14 new Sexsmith originals. It was recorded with an incredible cast of musicians who helped bring the album to life including bass player Bob Glaub, who has recorded with John Lennon, Lucinda Williams, Jackson Browne, Warren Zevon, Dolly Parton, Graham Nash and hundreds of others; guitarist Jon Graboff (John Lee Hooker, Dr John); drummer Don Heffington (Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Lone Justice); and keyboard player John Ginty (Dixie Chicks, Whiskeytown, Neal Casal, Matthew Sweet). The album takes its name from the luggage retrieval belt at Los Angeles airport where bags off Toronto inbound flights are delivered.

2014 was an incredible year for Sexsmith. In March, his 2013 album Forever Endeavour won the Juno Award as Best Adult Alternative Album marking the third Juno win in Ron’s career. In April, Sir Peter Blake (the man who created the cover for Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band) unveiled a mural he was commissioned to do for the Royal Albert Hall in London featuring people who have played there. Ron’s image is included alongside those of Roger Daltrey, James Brown and Janet Jackson. In May, Sexsmith was named Honorary Fellow of The Royal Conservatory in Toronto. On June 3 he received an honorary doctorate degree from Brock University in his hometown of St. Catharines, Ontario. It’s no wonder that in July of 2014 he was in a particularly good mood entering the studio to record Carousel One.

"I didn’t realize until we were putting the songs together for Carousel One that this would be more outgoing, there's a lot more humour,” says Ron. “I mean, there’s even a smiling picture on the cover, which I’ve never had before. I just hope it doesn’t scare the children.”

Carousel One features 14 new Sexsmith compositions including the first single, “Saint Bernard,” a tribute to an anonymous family dog from a photograph picked up in a second-hand shop by his wife Colleen.

"They’ve always been my favourite type of dog," says Ron, recalling the genesis of the song. "I was sitting in the kitchen one day playing guitar, I had this melody but no lyrics, so I looked up at the picture and just started singing the opening lines. I guess the album is kind of a travelogue of music that I like which was mostly a happy accident."

 

Ron Sexsmith N. American Shows

4/2 – City Winery – New York, NY

4/4 – City Winery – Nashville, TN

4/6 – Old Town School – Chicago, IL

4/18 – Collins Recital Hall, GPRC – Grande Prairie, AB

5/2 – Massey Hall – Toronto, ON

More dates to be announced soon.

 

Carousel One Track Listing:

  1. Sure As The Sky
  2. Saint Bernard
  3. Loving You
  4. Before The Night Is Gone
  5. Lucky Penny
  6. Getaway Car
  7. Nothing Feels The Same Anymore
  8. Sun’s Coming Out
  9. Lord Knows
  10. All Our Tomorrows
  11. No One
  12. Can’t Get My Act Together
  13. Tumbling Sky
  14. Many Times

 

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Mike Farris takes home Best Roots Gospel GRAMMY for Shine For All The People http://compassrecords.com/testroom/news.php?story=933 Mike FarrisMike Farris takes home Best Roots Gospel GRAMMY for Shine For All The People
Compass Records congratulates Mike Farris on his award presented last night by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences at the 57th annual GRAMMY awards. Mike Farris won Best Roots Gospel Album for SHINE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE.

"I decided to do the music I love to do, the music that makes me happy."  

 


Shine For All the People

 
Mike Farris  
 
"Surely, there are few artists whose persona belies their music more than Mike. Out of this diminutive, self described southern boy comes an extraordinary soulful 
voice with  a range, talent, and emotions that make him seem 
possessed.”  Terry Stewart, President and CEO of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame + Museum
"10 Hidden Gems From 2015's GRAMMY Nominations" –USA Today
- #1 Best R&B Album of 2014 –PopMatters 
- #44 Best Album of 2014 –PopMatters
On Shine For All The PeopleMike Farris’ musical vision coalesces into a sound that harkens back to early soul records and yet emerges completely fresh. The album pushes beyond his critically acclaimed Salvation in Lights, into a realm that holds to hope amidst the failures and sufferings of the present.
The new album includes both original material and Farris' trademark interpretations of traditional gospel steeped in the influence of rock, vintage Memphis soul and the swagger of New Orleans. Folk titan Mary Gauthier says of Mike: "He takes people who are hurting, who are broken, who think they are alone, and through just the sound of his voice he lets them know that they're not...that's magic.”
 

 

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Best of 2014 SALE: All CDs are $9.99 / Vinyl only $12.99 http://compassrecords.com/testroom/news.php?story=932 Compass Records Logo

Colin Hay   Man @ Work (LP)

  Anniversary edition vinyl

  Includes tracks featured on Scrubs and Garden State soundtrack

 

Noam Pikelny   Noam Pikelny Plays Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe

   2015 GRAMMY Nominee

   2014 IBMA Album of the Year

 

John Cowan   Sixty

  PopMatters' 15 Best Americana Albums of 2014

  Featuring Leon Russell, Alison Krauss, Huey Lewis, Rodney Crowell and more 

 

The Duhks   Beyond the Blue

  AMA Top 100 Americana Albums of 2014

  "One of the Canadian neo-folk scene's most influential roots acts."      –Huffington Post

 

Mike Farris   Shine For All The People

  2015 GRAMMY Nominee

  Popmatters' Best R&B Album of 2014

 

Justin Currie   Lower Reaches

  "Master songwriting talents." –New York Daily News

  "Delivered with intelligence and sincereity." –BBC Music

 

AJ Croce   Twelve Tales

  "It is a pleasure to witness triple uniqueness: pianist, songwriter, singer."      –Allen Toussaint

 

 

 

 Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen   Cold Spell

    2015 GRAMMY Nominee

    2014 IBMA Instrumental Group of Year

 

Special Consensus & Friends   Country Boy: A Bluegrass Tribute to John Denver

  2014 IBMA Recorded Event of the Year

  2014 Instrumental Recorded Performance of the Year

 

 Cecilia Noël   Havana Rocks

   2014 Lucas Award Nominee

  "Havana Rocks because Cecilia rocks." –Oscar Hernández

 

 

 Jim Oblon   Sunset

  "One of the most exciting guitarists in Nashville (and beyond)." –GuitarWorld

  "A musician's musician." –NPR Mountain Stage

 

 

Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper   On Down the Line

  IBMA 9-time Fiddle Player of the Year

  IBMA 4-time Instrumental Group of the Year

 

Michael Barnett   One Song Romance

  "Brilliant throughout...a triumph." –John Lawless, Bluegrass Today

  "Nothing but virtuosity here on so many levels." –Bluegrass Unlimited

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Irish Traditional Band Altan Announces New Studio Album, The Widening Gyre, Out 2/24 http://compassrecords.com/testroom/news.php?story=931 The Widening Gyre Album Cover

Irish Music Masters Altan Confirms New Album,

The Widening Gyre, Out Feb 24 Via Compass Records

Guests Include Grammy Winners Mary Chapin Carpenter, Alison Brown and More

Recorded In Nashville, Album Explores Musical Relationship Between Traditional Irish and American Roots Music

U.S. Tour Kicks Off Feb 22 With NPR's Mountain Stage

The hottest group in the Celtic realm — The Boston Globe

After nearly 35 years together—the longest running Irish music band with every founding member in tact—Altan were ready to flex their musical boundaries when they began work on their newest album, The Widening Gyre. Adding new band member Martin Tourish on accordion and with the help of many good friends in the studio, Altan’s new album fuses the traditional Irish music that they are known for, namely Donegal fiddling and Gaelic singing traditions, with American roots music, particularly that of the Appalachian bluegrass fiddle.

Recording in Nashville for only the second time and the first time for a full album, the band was able to gather many of the roots musicians they’ve met over their thirty years together including Sam Bush, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Jerry Douglas, Tim O’Brien, Eddi Reader, Bryan Sutton, and Compass co-founder Alison Brown.

The bluegrass presence shows itself clearly on “Buffalo Gals” and “Thomasino (Thomas Tourish’s Tune),” a lively fiddle song written by Altan’s own Ciaran Tourish. Lead vocalist Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh’s crystalline voice unlocks the Celtic undertones of the mournful waltz “No Ash Will Burn,” penned by legendary Nashville songwriter Walt Aldridge, and Tim O’Brien duets on “The House Carpenter (Gypsy Davy),” a track which spotlights the shared musical roots of Irish and Appalachian music with references to both of these historical songs.

The Widening Gyre straddles time as it manages to remind listeners of the ancient bond between Irish and Appalachian music while at the same time breaking new ground through collaborations between masters of American roots music and Celtic music.

The Widening Gyre is a compelling development in Altan’s story proving they are still growing as artists, even after so many years together.

Tour Dates:

2/22 – Charleston, WV – Mountain Stage

2/27 – Boothbay Harbor, ME – Boothbay Harbor Opera House

2/28 – Sommerville, MA – World Music CRASHarts - Somerville Theatre

3/1 – New York City, NY – City Winery

3/2 – Fairfield, CT – Edgerton Center of the Performing Arts

3/5 – Ram's Head On Stage – Annapolis, MD

3/6 – Barns at Wolf Trade – Vienna, VA

3/7 –  Annenberg Center - Zellerbach Theatre – Philadelphia, PA

3/8 – Majestic Theater – Gettysburg, PA

3/12 – UW Memorial Union – Madison, WI

3/13 – Old Town School - Maurer Hall – Chicago, IL

3/14 – Interlochen Center for the Arts – Interlochen, MI

3/15 – The Ark – Ann Arbor, MI

3/17 – Arden Theatre – St. Albert, AB

3/19 – Centennial Theatre – Vancouer, BC

3/22 – Alberta Rose Theatre – Portland, OR

3/24 – City Winery Napa – Napa, CA

3/25 – Freight & Salvage – Berkeley, CA

3/26 – Folsom Lake College – Folsom, CA

3/27 – Spanos Theater – San Luis Obisbo, CA

3/28 – Berger Performing Arts Center – Tucson, AZ

3/29 – Music Instrument Theater – Phoenix, AZ

4/1 – KiMo Theaer – Albuquerque, NM

4/2 – Daniels Hall – Denver, CO

4/3 – Union Colony Civic Center – Greeley, CO

5/7 – Mac – Birmingham, England

5/8 – The Atkinson – Southport, England

5/9 – Buxton Opera House – Derbyshire, England

5/14 – Huntingdon Hall – Worcester, England

5/15 – Grayshott Folk Club – Grayshott, England

5/16 – Blackheath Halls – London, England

5/20 – Carnegie Hall – Dunfermline, Scotland

5/21 – St. Andrews in the Square – Glasgow, Scotland

5/22 – The Queen's Hall – Edinburgh, Scotland

5/23 – The Buccleuch Centre – Langholm, Scotland

 

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Venerable Singer/Songwriter Colin Hay Confirms First Album in Four Years, Next Year People, Out 2/17 http://compassrecords.com/testroom/news.php?story=930 Next Year People Album Cover

Venerable Singer/Songwriter Colin Hay Confirms First Album in Four Years, Next Year People, Out February 17 via Compass Records

On Tour in 2015 in Nashville, New York, Chicago + West Coast Dates

Colin Hay, familiar to millions as front-man, songwriter, and vocalist of pop sensation Men at Work (“Down Under,” “Overkill,” “Who Can it Be Now?”), has confirmed the February 17, 2015 release of a new solo album entitled Next Year People on Compass Records.

Next Year People is the work of an artist who is a true master of his craft. The album is full of quizzical, curious, and cynical yet open-hearted songs with catchy melodic hooks that underscore deeply insightful lyrics.  Some of the songs are based on Colin's personal experiences such as "Waiting in the Rain," written about his parents and the almost mystical experience he had growing up in a music shop in Scotland, surrounded by instruments and a constant stream of 50's and 60's radio hits. 

The album's title track, "Next Year People," is a stand out composition, a stark but beautiful homage to the depression-era farmers who kept going by holding on to hope that next year would be better. "They kept doing the same thing and expecting a different result," explains Colin.  "I can relate, although their situation was so much more bleak."  

The album was produced by Hay and mixed by Chad Fischer (Chasing Mavericks, Ice Age 3, Lisa Loeb) and includes contributions from two young Cuban musicians, San Miguel Perez and Yosmel Montejo, both of whom recently emigrated from Havana, as well Larry Goldings on piano, Jeff Babko (Jimmy Kimmel) on B3, and Colin's wife, vocalist Cecilia Noel.

Over the past 15 years Hay has reinvented himself as a solo artist, regularly selling out theaters and listening rooms across the US and around the world and introducing himself to a new generation of fans in the process. The frequent use of his music in TV and film—including hit shows such as Scrubs (on which he has made several cameo appearances) Army Wives and Modern Family, the hit soundtrack to the film Garden State and the recently released Words and Pictures—has proven the timeless appeal of his songs. 

 

Colin Hay Tour Dates:

2/12-13 – Nashville, TN – City Winery

2/16-18 – New York, NY – City Winery

2/20-22 – Chicago, IL – City Winery

3/9 – Tucson, AZ – The Rialto Theatre

3/10-11 – Phoenix, AZ – Musical Instrument Museum

3/13 – Poway, CA – Poway Center for the Performing Arts

3/15 – Fresno, CA – Tower Theatre

3/17 – China, CA – Sierra Nevada Brewing Company

3/19 – Santa Cruz, CA – Rio Theatre

3/20 – Napa, CA – City Winery

3/21 – San Francisco, CA – Palace of Fine Arts

3/22 – Sacramento, CA – Crest Theatre

3/25 – Portland, OR – Aladdin Theater

3/26-27 – Seattle, WA – Benaroya Hall

3/28 – Yakima, WA – Seasons Performing Hall

3/29 – Walla Walla, WA – Main Street Studio

3/31 – Sun Valley, ID – Sun Valley Opera House

4/4 – Englewood, CO – Gothic Theatre

 

Track Listing for Next Year People:

1. Trying to Get to You  

2. If I Had Been a Better Man 

3. Did You Just Take the Long Way Home? 

4. I Want You Back 

5. Next Year People 

6. Lived in Vain 

7. Scattered in the Sand

8. To There from Here

9. Mr. Grogan 

10. Waiting in the Rain

Bonus Tracks–CD Edition Only

11. Are We There Yet? - 3.49 

12. Lament for Whisky McManus - 3.35 

 

Colin Hay Online:

http://www.colinhay.com/

https://www.facebook.com/ColinHayMusic

https://twitter.com/ColinHay

http://compassrecords.com/colin-hay

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