He's planning 11 dates in March
Robert Plant has announced tour dates running during March.
He will embark on the “Blues… Roots and Hollers (A Southern Journey)” tour with The Sensational Space Shifters.
“I’m always eager to return to the hospitality of the Southern states,” Plant says. “Towns and cities that hold fond memories for me personally, places that gave birth to so much of the music I love. Our recent travels have taken this wild whirlwind of a band though many incredible and inspiring places, from TK to TK. Having just begun work on our new album, we thought we’d take time out to raise a little sand and welcome springtime with one more adventure, another celebration of life and song.”
The tour dates are:
4 – 6 – Okeechobee, Florida – Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival
6 – St. Augustine, Florida – St. Augustine Amphitheatre
7 – Mobile, Alabama – Saenger Theatre
9 – Jackson, Mississippi – Thalia Mara Hall
10 – Baton Rouge, Louisiana – River Center Theatre
11 – Shreveport, Louisiana – Shreveport Municipal Auditorium
13 – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, Oklahoma
15 – The Bomb Factory – Dallas, Texas
17 – San Antonio, Texas – Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
18 – Midland, Texas – Wagner Noel Center Performing Arts Center
20 – Austin, Texas – ACL Live at Moody Theater
In other news, Plant has contributed an exclusive version of Elbow’s “The Blanket Of Night” to The Long Road, a new concept record benefitting the British Red Cross. Set for release on March 4th, The Long Road is available now for pre-order on the iTunes Store and on CD, LP, and Limited Edition Red LP via Kartel. All profits from The Long Road go to the British Red Cross.
Plant also recently unveiled “Light Of Christmas Day“, his first new collaboration with Alison Krauss in almost 10 years. Featured in the film, Love The Coopers, the song marks the first release by the duo since Raising Sand. “Light Of Christmas Day” is available now on the iTunes Store and all other digital retailers.
The February 2016 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring the 200 Greatest Albums Of All Time, 2016 Preview, New Order, Suede, John Cale, Michael Rother, Sun Ra, Barry Adamson, Savages, Ryley Walker, Tindersticks, Lucinda Williams, Peaches, The Long Ryders, Lera Lynn, Ronnie Lane and more.
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