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Dylan LeBlanc Announces Tour Dates in Support of CAUTIONARY TALE

Acclaimed troubadour Dylan LeBlanc announces his next leg of tour dates in support of his upcoming release CAUTIONARY TALE, out January 15 on Single Lock RecordsHe begins the run on release date at 116 Mobile in his hometown of Florence, Alabama. Tickets go on sale on December 4th.  For a full list of tour dates, see below.

Rolling Stone recently hailed the young singer as one of the “Artists You Need To Know” in November. About the album’s title track and single, the writer claimed, “The ethereal “Cautionary Tale” evokes Ryan Adams at his most crooning; it’s roots music for rainy days.” Check out the full piece here, along with the “Cautionary Tale” video, which Relix premiered, here.

Leblanc spent the fall on the road, first supporting George Ezra on sold-out shows across the country.  After that he toured with David Ramirez, and most recently with Lera Lynn. With each show, LeBlanc reached new fans with his haunting, reflective songs. In addition to his 2016 solo run, he will also hit the road with Anderson East for a string of west coast dates.

LeBlanc’s first two releases were the praised 2010 recordings Pauper’s Field and 2012’s Cast The Same Old Shadow.  After a series of life-changing events, he returned home to the Muscle Shoals area to write CAUTIONARY TALE, which features Brittany Howard (Alabama Shakes) and is produced by John Paul White (The Civil Wars) and Ben Tanner (Alabama Shakes). White and Tanner perform on the release as well.






Jan. 15 116 Mobile Florence, AL

Jan. 16          The Basement           Nashville, TN

Jan.  21          WorkPlay                         Birmingham, AL

Jan. 22          Eddie’s Attic                  Decatur, GA

Jan. 27          Jig & Reel                         Knoxville, TN

Jan. 28         The Mothlight                   Asheville, NC

Jan. 29          Pinhook                            Durham, NC

Jan. 30          The Southern                   Charlottesville, VA

Feb. 1          Jammin Java                    Vienna, VA

Feb. 2         World Café Live                 Philadelphia, PA

Feb. 4          Mercury Lounge                 New York, NY

Feb. 5          Red Room@Cafe 939      Boston, MA

Feb. 6          Living Room                       Brooklyn, NY

Feb. 8          The Drake Hotel                 Toronto, ON

Feb. 9          Club Café                           Pittsburgh, PA

Feb. 10          Big Room Bar                     Columbus, OH

Feb. 11          The New Vintage                Louisville, KY


With Anderson East:

Feb. 27          Larimer Lounge                   Denver, CO

Feb. 29          The State Room                   Salt Lake City, UT

March 3          The Bartlett                       Spokane, WA

March 4          Tractor Tavern                     Seattle, WA

March 5          The Cobalt                           Vancouver, BC

March 6           Mississippi Studios             Portland, OR

March 8            Harlow’s                             Sacramento, CA

March 10          Sweetwater Music Hall     Mill Valley, CA

March 11          The Independent              San Francisco, CA

March 12          Troubadour                        West Hollywood, CA

March 13          Belly Up Tavern                  Solana Beach, CA

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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