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G. Love Fills Up His April Calendar

12:01 PM Tuesday 1/25/11 | |

G. Love keeps on touring as he loads up April with concert appearances in the western United States.

Touring in support of his country blues and roots album, Fixin’ To Die, G. Love’s first leg, starting March 1 in Nashville, encompasses mostly southeastern states like Tennessee, the Carolinas, Virginia and Florida along with four Texas stops, a New Orleans gig and a show in Arkansas.

However, the second leg has G. Love playing several states west of the Continental Divide, including California, Nevada, Washington, Oregon and Idaho.

The new leg begins in Phoenix at the Marquee Theatre April 7 followed by San Diego’s House Of Blues April 8 and West Hollywood’s HOB April 9. Other additions include San Francisco (April 10), Santa Cruz (April 15), Bend, Ore. (April 21), Spokane (April 22) and Boise (April 23).

G. Love also added shows for North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Missouri, playing Fargo at The Venue April 26; Duluth’s Clyde Iron Works April 27; Madison at The Majestic April 28; St. Louis at The Pageant April 29 and Minneapolis at First Avenue April 30.

G. Love will give fans a pre-tour taste of Fixin’ To Die when he performs solo in a Creative Allies webcast beaming from the Ex’pression College for Digital Arts in Emeryville, Calif. In addition to Creative Allies, the webcast is also presented by Ustream and San Francisco radio station KFOG.

  • G. Love

    Blackwater Music Festival, Spirit Of The Suwannee Music Park, Live Oak, Fla.
    August 27, 2010

    (John Davisson)


Fixin’ To Die is scheduled to be released on Brushfire Records Feb. 22. You can view clips from the recording sessions as well as grab a free download of the title track by visiting G. Love’s website. Just click here.


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