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New Ryan Bingham Dates

01:01 PM Monday 6/18/12 | |

Come September Ryan Bingham will launch his first tour of the year and release his fourth studio album.

Tomorrowland is due out Sept. 18 on his own label Axster Bingham Records, distributed through Thirty Tigers, RED. The album is the follow-up to 2010’s Junky Star, which includes the singer/songwriter’s award-winning song “The Weary Kind.” As the theme song to the 2009 film “Crazy Heart,” the tune he penned with T-Bone Burnett won a Grammy Award, an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice Award.

Bingham will take the stage July 7 in Quincy, Calif., at the High Sierra Music Festival, which describes the former bullrider as “a good ol’ roots-rockin’, songwritin’, boots-wearin’ Texas bred troubadour and guitar-slinger.”

  • Ryan Bingham

    Lollapalooza, Grant Park, Chicago, Ill.
    August 7, 2011

    (Jason Moore)

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The fall North American headline tour begins with two shows in San Francisco Sept. 25-26 and wraps up in Chicago Oct. 25. Tickets go on sale June 22.

“I’m looking forward to hittin’ the road and playing some new songs for you,” Bingham said in a post on Twitter.

European dates will be announced soon for an excursion beginning in November.
 
The complete North American schedule is listed below:

Sept. 25 – San Francisco, Calif., Great American Music Hall    
Sept. 26 – San Francisco, Calif., Slim’s    
Sept. 27 – Los Angeles, Calif., The Fonda    
Sept. 29 – Denver, Colo., Ogden Theatre    
Oct. 1 – Santa Fe, N.M., Lensic Performing Arts Center    
Oct. 3 – Dallas, Texas, Palladium Ballroom    
Oct. 5 – Austin, Texas, Stubb’s Bar-B-Q / Waller Creek Amph.
Oct. 6 – Houston, Texas, The Showgrounds @ Sam Houston Race Park, ZiegenBock Music Festival
Oct. 7 – Tulsa, Okla., Cain’s Ballroom    
Oct. 9 – Nashville, Tenn., Marathon Music Works    
Oct. 11 – Atlanta, Ga., Variety Playhouse    
Oct. 12 – Louisville, Ky., Headliners Music Hall    
Oct. 13 – Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club    
Oct. 14 – Baltimore, Md., Rams Head Live!    
Oct. 15 – Pittsburgh, Pa., The Altar Bar    
Oct. 18 – New York, N.Y., Webster Hall    
Oct. 19 – Philadelphia, Pa., Union Transfer    
Oct. 20 – Boston, Mass., Royale Nightclub Boston    
Oct. 21 – Toronto, Ontario, Opera House Concert Venue    
Oct. 24 – Madison, Wis., Majestic Theatre    
Oct. 25 – Chicago, Ill., Vic Theatre

For more information visit RyanBinghamMusic.com.


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