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Gregory Alan Isakov Release New Music Video

The official music video for Gregory Alan Isakov’s “Liars” premiered yesterday at NPR Music and can now be viewed/shared via YouTube. Of the video, NPR Music’s Bob Boilen praises, “Stunning imagery and a symphony of sound make this Gregory Alan Isakov video an emotionally charged and poignant musical statement.”

The song is from Isakov’s new full-length album, Gregory Alan Isakov with the Colorado Symphony, which will be released June 10 on Suitcase Town Music. A collaboration with the Colorado Symphony, the eleven-track record features songs from Isakov’s previous albums, The Weatherman, This Empty Northern Hemisphere, and That Sea, the Gambler, as well as “Liars,” which was written by Ron Scott.

In celebration of the release, Isakov will embark on an extensive orchestral tour this spring and summer, including performances with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Vermont Symphony Orchestra and the The Philadelphia Youth Orchestra, as well as a special date at D.C.’s The Kennedy Center with the National Symphony Orchestra on June 25. The remaining club shows, which include stops in Chicago, Boston, New York City, and Nashville, among others, will feature Isakov and his band—Jeb Bows (fiddle), Philip Parker (cello), Steve Varney (electric guitar/banjo), John Grigsby (upright bass), and Max Barcelow (drums)—along with The Ghost Orchestra from Colorado (a symphonic ensemble featuring brass and string players, that includes members of the Colorado Symphony). Additionally, Isakov will make his headline debut at Colorado’s legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre on September 4 with special guests Ani DiFranco and Shook Twins. See below for complete tour details.

Recorded at Boettcher Concert Hall in Denver, as well as at Starling Farm in Boulder, Gregory Alan Isakov with the Colorado Symphony was co-produced by Isakov and his longtime collaborator, Jamie Mefford, and was arranged by Tom Hagerman (DeVotchKa) and Jay Clifford (Jump Little Children), and conducted by the Colorado Symphony’s Scott O’Neil. Since his debut with the CSO in November 2013, Isakov has gone on to perform with them at Colorado’s legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre, as well as with the Seattle Symphony and the Oregon Symphony Orchestra.


1. Liars

2. Dandelion Wine

3. Big Black Car

4. The Stable Song

5. Amsterdam

6. Master and a Hound

7. Saint Valentine

8. That Sea, the Gambler

9. Living Proof

10. If I Go, I’m Goin

11. Unwritable Girl


June 10—Lincoln, NE—Nebraska Folk & Roots Festival*

June 11—Iowa City, IA—The Englert Theatre*†

June 12—Minneapolis, MN—The Varsity Theater*†

June 13 & 14—Chicago, IL—Thalia Hall*†

June 15—Ann Arbor, MI—Ann Arbor Summer Festival at The Power Center*†

June 17—Atlanta, GA—Atlanta Symphony Hall with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

June 18—Asheville, NC—The Orange Peel*†

June 19—Philadelphia, PA—Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center with the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra

June 20—Burlington, VT—The Flynn Center with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra

June 21—Portland, ME—State Theatre with the Maine Youth Rock Orchestra*

June 22—Boston, MA—Royale*‡

June 23—New York, NY—Webster Hall*‡

June 25—Washington, DC—The Kennedy Center with the National Symphony Orchestra

June 26—Durham, NC—The Carolina Theatre*§

June 27—Charlotte, NC—McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square*§

June 28—Nashville, TN—Marathon Music Works*§

June 30—Kansas City, MO—Madrid Theatre*#

July 1—Dallas, TX—Granada Theater*#

July 2—Austin, TX—Emo’s*#

July 21-24—Calgary, AB—Calgary Folk Music Festival

August 4—Bozeman, MT—The Ellen Theatre*†

August 5—Spokane, WA—Knitting Factory*†

August 6—Seattle, WA—The Showbox*†

August 7—Bellingham, WA—The Wild Buffalo*†

August 8—Portland, OR—Crystal Ballroom*#

August 10—Oakland, CA—Fox Theater with Magik Magik Orchestra

August 11—San Luis Obispo, CA—Fremont Theatre*#

August 12—Los Angeles, CA—The Fonda Theatre*#

August 13—Phoenix, AZ—Mesa Arts Center with the Symphony of the Southwest

August 14—Salt Lake City, UT—Red Butte Garden~

August 16—Missoula, MT—The Wilma~

August 17—Ketchum, ID—River Run Lodge~

August 19—Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up

August 27—Fayetteville, AR—Fayetteville Roots Festival

September 4—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre∞

*Gregory Alan Isakov and full band accompanied by The Ghost Orchestra

†with Andrea Gibson

‡with Mandolin Orange

§with Jay Clifford (of Jump, Little Children)

#with Langhorne Slim

~with Lake Street Dive

∞with Ani DiFranco & Shook Twins

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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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