The Dead South Chains & Snakes Tour

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The Dead South

The Dead South Chains & Snakes Tour USA, Europe, Aust and NZ.

The Dead South, noted for their unique approach to bluegrass music, has set out dates for what is an incredible touring schedule taking in the USA, Europe, and 11 dates in Australia and New Zealand including the Byron Bay Festival in March 2024.

The Dead South has also announced their return to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, this time for two nights, July 12 and 13, 2024. Tickets for the Ryman shows will be available to the public on Friday, December 8 at 9am CT.

Chains and StakesThe band readies for the February release of their fourth full-length album, Chains & Stakes, with a new song out today. A Little Devil, (see video below) first introduced at their sold out debut at The Mother Church this past summer, is a song about temptation and regret. Musically, A Little Devil shows off the band’s considerable talent for ferocious and fiery strumming, masterfully balancing its stops and starts, twists and turns while it careens between love song and cautionary tale.

Chains & Stakes reunites The Dead South with Grammy winner Jimmy Nutt, who produced the Juno Award winning, Billboard chart-topping Sugar & Joy, their previous studio album. With 13 songs of plot twists, family trees, grudges, insurance scams, bacon, burials, banjo riffs and more, Chains & Stakes is an album of surprises, top-notch musicianship and entertaining tales.

As they grow more adventurous and assured with each album, Chains & Stakes is a truly Dead South collection in the balance of darkness and levity that has come to define their unmistakable approach. The Dead South will come full circle on the story of the album next October, when they return to Mexico City, where they recorded Chains & Stakes, to make their live debut in the country.

The Dead South Tour Dates:

12 Feb – Cleveland, OH: TempleLive Masonic
13 Feb – Pittsburgh, PA: Stage AE
14 Feb – Silver Spring, MD: The Fillmore
16 Feb – Philadelphia, PA: Franklin Music Hall
17 Feb – Norfolk, VA: The NorVa
18 Feb – Charlotte, NC: The Fillmore
19 Feb – Atlanta, GA: The Eastern
21 Feb – Austin, TX: ACL Live at the Moody Theatre
22 Feb – Dallas, TX: The Factory
23 Feb – San Antonio, TX: The Factory in Deep Ellum
24 Feb – Houston, TX: House of Blues Houston
26 Feb – Memphis, TN: Minglewood Hall
27 Feb – Fayetteville, AR: JJ’s Live
28 Feb – Tulsa, OK: Cain’s Ballroom
1 Mar – Steamboat Springs, CO: Winter WonderGrass
20 Mar – Perth, AU: Metropolis Fremantle
21 Mar – Adelaide, AU: Hindley Street Music Hall
23 Mar – Melbourne, AU: Forum Melbourne
24 Mar – Melbourne, AU: Forum Melbourne
26 Mar – Brisbane, AU: Fortitude Music Hall
29 Mar – Tyagarah, AU: Byron Bay Bluesfest
2 Apr – Sydney, AU: Enmore Theatre
3 Apr – Sydney, AU: Enmore Theatre
5 Apr – Auckland, NZ: Powerstation
6 Apr – Wellington, NZ: San Fran
7 Apr – Wellington, NZ: San Fran, Apr 7
30 May – Hamburg, DE: Freilichtbühne im Stadtpark
1 Jun – Berlin, DE: Zitadelle Spandau
2 Jun – Leipzig, DE: Clara-Zetkin Park
4 Jun – Prague, CZ: Žluté Lázně
5 Jun – Bratislava, SK: Stars Auditorium
6 Jun – Budapest, HU: Budapest Park
8 Jun – Linz, AT: Posthof Zeitkultur Am Hafen
9 Jun – Stuttgart, DE: Kulturbetrieb Wagenhallen
11 Jun – Cologne, DE: Palladium
12 Jun – Wiesbaden, DE: Schlachthof
13 Jun – Munich, DE: Zenith
18 Jun – Paris, FR: Salle Pleyel
12 Jun – Nashville, TN: The Ryman Auditorium
13 Jun – Nashville, TN: The Ryman Auditorium
19 Oct – Mexico City, MX: Fronton Mexico, Oct 19

 

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