“Sake Of The Song” – New Music from Hayes Carll

 

Texas troubadour Hayes Carll’s has released“Sake Of The Song”, a single from the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter’s anticipated new album, Lovers and Leavers, which will be released April 8th via Thirty Tigers.

Already receiving widespread acclaim, Rolling Stone recently named the album as one of their “35 Most Anticipated Country Albums of 2016.”
Produced by Grammy-award winning producer and musician Joe Henry (Glen Hansard, Emmylou Harris, Bonnie Raitt), the 10-track album was recorded live over five days in Los Angeles during the winter of 2015.  
Lovers and Leavers is Carll’s first release since 2011’s acclaimed, KMAG YOYO (& Other American Stories).   Of the album, Carll says, “Lovers and Leavers isn’t funny or raucous.  There are very few hoots and almost no hollers.  But it is joyous, and it makes me smile.

 No, it’s not my ‘Blood on the Tracks,’ nor is it any kind of opus. It’s my fifth record — a reflection of a specific time and place. It is quiet, like I wanted it to be.”
Carll will tour extensively in celebration of the record, including upcoming dates across the U.K. and Ireland. Additional performances in North America, Europe and Australia will be announced shortly.
HAYES CARLL CONFIRMED TOUR DATES:
March 17—Austin, TX—SXSW San Jose Hotel
March 17—Austin, TX—SXSW The Gatsby
March 19—Austin, TX—Threadgill’s World Headquarters
April 1 & 2—Port Aransas, TX—The Third Coast Theater
April 8—Austin, TX—Waterloo Records in-store
April 14—Houston, TX—The Cullen Theater
April 15—Driftwood, TX—Old Settler’s Music Festival
April 16—Dallas, TX—The Kessler Theater (two shows)
April 21—London, U.K.—Kings Place
April 22—Bristol, U.K.—The Tunnels
April 24—Glasgow, U.K.—CCA
April 25—Newcastle, U.K.—Cluny 2
April 27—Manchester, U.K.—The Deaf Institute
April 28—Nottingham, U.K.—The Glee Club
April 29—Milton Keynes, U.K.—The Stables
May 1—Kilkenny, Ireland—Kilkenny Roots Festival
May 11—Nashville, TN—The Basement East
May 12—Cincinnati, OH—20th Century Theater
May 13—Buffalo, NY—The Tralf
May 14—Toronto, ON—The Horseshoe Tavern
May 16—New York, NY—Joe’s Pub
May 17—New York, NY—Joe’s Pub
May 18—Philadelphia, PA—World Café
May 20—Washington, DC—The Hamilton
May 21—Pittsburgh, PA—Mr. Smalls Theater
May 22—Charleston, WV—Mountainstage
June 11—Fort Worth, TX—The Untapped Festival
June 15—Minneapolis, MN—The Varsity Theater
June 16—Milwaukee, WI—Colectivo
June 17—Chicago, IL—Lincoln Hall
June 18—Ann Arbor, MI—The Ark
June 19—Kent, OH—Kent Stage
June 22—St. Louis, MO—Off Broadway
June 23—Memphis, TN—The Levitt Shell
June 24—Indianapolis, IN—Old National Center
June 25—Effingham, IL—Moccasin Creek Festival
June 29—Louisville, KY—WFPK Waterfront Series
June 30—Birmingham, AL—The Saturn
July 1—Baton Rouge, LA—The Red Dragon
July 15—Portland, OR—Aladdin Theater
July 16—Seattle, WA—The Neptune
July 17—Vancouver, BC—The Vancouver Folk Festival
July 20—San Francisco, CA—Great American Music Hall
July 21—Los Angeles, CA—The Teragram
July 28—Lander, WY—City Festival
July 29—Sulphur Springs, MT—Red Ants Pants Festival
July 30—Missoula, MT—Top Hat Lounge
August 2—Salt Lake City, UT—The State Room
August 3—Denver, CO—The Bluebird Theater
August 5—Omaha, NE—The Waiting Room
August 6—Saint Charles, IA—Hinterland Music Festival
August 12—Challis, ID—Braun Brothers Reunion
August 19 & 20—Gruene, TX—Gruene Hall
August 28—Fayetteville, AR—Fayetteville Roots Festival

 

Susan Hubbard

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