Hear first track "Dark Night Of The Soul" now
Van Morrison has announced that his new album, Three Chords & The Truth, will be released by Exile/Caroline International on October 25.
Hear the first track from it, “Dark Night Of The Soul”, below:
Featuring 14 new compositions, Three Chords & The Truth was produced and written by Van Morrison, except for “If We Wait for Mountains” which was co-written with Don Black. The album features contributions from guitarist Jay Berliner and a duet with The Righteous Brothers’ Bill Medley.
Explaining what it was like to record the album, Van Morrison said: “You’re just plugging into the feeling of it, more the feeling of it… when they’re playing… It’s like reading me. So, I think there’s more of that connection.”
Peruse Morrison’s latest touring schedule below:
Oct 2nd Reno, Grand Sierra Resort (SOLD OUT)
Oct 4th Los Angeles, The Greek Theatre,
Oct 5th Santa Barbara Bowl (SOLD OUT)
Oct 6th Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
Oct 8th Churla Vista CA, North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre,
Oct 21st Bournemouth, International Centre
Oct 23rd Cardiff, St David’s Hall
Oct 27th Oxford, New Theatre
Oct 28th Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
Dec 2nd Brighton, Dome
Dec 3rd Brighton, Dome
Dec 31st Belfast, Stormont Hotel (SOLD OUT)
Jan 1st Belfast, Stormont Hotel (SOLD OUT)
Jan 2nd Belfast, Stormont Hotel (SOLD OUT)
Jan 31st Las Vegas, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
Feb 1st Las Vegas, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace,
Feb 5th Las Vegas, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace,
Feb 7th Las Vegas, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace,
Feb 8th Las Vegas, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace,
Mar 20th London, The Palladium
Mar 21st London, The Palladium
Mar 22nd London, The Palladium
Mar 24th London, The Palladium
Mar 25th London, The Palladium
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