Langhorne Slim is no stranger to the road – Rolling Stone has noted he has “made a name for himself with insightful songwriting and off-the-rails live shows” – so it’s no surprise that he will be touring throughout 2017 and into next year (and beyond). The current tour kicks off September 16 in Bristol, VA at the Bristol Rhythm & Roots Festival and concludes back in Virginia on September 30 for the Devil’s Backbone Hoopla in Roseland. Highlights include Sixth and I in Washington D.C., Union Transfer in Philly and a stop at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom on September 26, each of which will feature the band that recorded Lost At Last Vol. 1. Complete list of dates below with more to be announced soon.
The upcoming Lost At Last Vol. 1 is the follow up to 2015’s The Spirit Moves (Dualtone) which The Guardian praised for its “forehead vein bulging, raw and raucous delivery.” Lost At Last Vol. 1 was produced by Kenny Siegal, Malachi DeLorenzo and Langhorne Slim and was recorded at Panoramic House Studio in Marin County, CA.
Langhorne Slim has enjoyed a long successful career dating back to his debut EP, Electric Love Letter. NPR has labeled him a “supercharged folksinger” while he has likened his music to “country punk.” He hails from New Hope, PA and when not on the road he currently resides in Nashville, TN. Langhorne has appeared on The Late Show With David Letterman and Conan and has played numerous festivals including Newport Folk Fest, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza. Lost At Last Vol. 1 marks his sixth studio album.For tour dates and more visit: www.langhorneslim.com/