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THE MAGPIE SALUTE Gear Up For Debut U.S. Tour Kicking Off July 26 In Indianapolis

Coming off eight European dates earlier this month–a mix of headline shows and festival appearances–THE MAGPIE SALUTE will launch their much-anticipated first-ever U.S. concert tour July 26 in Indianapolis. The extensive summer-into-fall outing with 59 shows including two-night engagements inChicago (Metro), San Francisco (The Fillmore) and New York City (Irving Plaza) and festivals before wrapping November 17 in Atlantic City. Look for the 10-piece band to perform shows with set lists that will vary from show to show to keep the music completely fresh and unpredictable. See below for the full list of tour dates.

THE MAGPIE SALUTE brings together the reunited guitar team of Rich Robinson and Marc Ford from the Black Crowes and bassist Sven Pipien(also from the Crowes) with other dynamic musicians and co-ed singers from around the world. They’re currently making their presence felt with their Robinson-produced self-titled debut album (released June 9 via Eagle Rock Entertainment) that’s highlighted by the deeply soulful and rocking single “Omission” (which hit #2 on the “A” playlist of Planet Rock, the UK’s #1 rock radio station).Click here to see the song’s striking Matthew Sterling-directed video that was filmed in London back in April when THE MAGPIE SALUTEwas there to perform four roof-raising shows at the Under The Bridgevenue.

THE MAGPIE SALUTE features musicians who’ve played together for decades throughout various projects and share a truly deep musical bond. Joining Robinson, Ford and Pipien in the bandare drummer Joe Magistro andguitarist Nico Bereciartua plus new keyboardist Michael Bellar.  The group also boasts a fine cast of vocalists, including RobinsonFord, lead singer John Hogg (Hookah Brown, Moke), former Crowes singer Charity White and background singers Adrien Reju and Katrine Ottosen. Notably, THE MAGPIE SALUTE is a truly international band. London’s John Hogg is of Swedish/African heritage, Sven Pipien is German, Nico Bereciartua is an Argentinean citizen and Kat Ottosen is a Danish citizen who partly lives in Copenhagen.

U.S. tour dates for THE MAGPIE SALUTE:

Wed

7/26

Indianapolis, IN

Vogue

Fri

7/28

Chicago, IL

Metro

Sat

7/29

Chicago, IL

Metro

Sun

7/30

Detroit, MI

Saint Andrew’s

Tue

8/1

Buffalo, NY

Tralf Music Hall

Thu

8/3

Boston, MA

The Wilbur

Fri

8/4

Hartford, CT

Infinity Hall

Sat

8/5

Hampton Beach, NH

Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom

Sun

8/6

Portland, ME

Aura

Tue

8/8

New Bedford, MA

The Zeiterion Theatre

Wed

8/9

Red Bank, NJ

Count Basie Theatre

Fri

8/11

Scranton, PA

Peach Music Festival

Sat

8/12

Silver Spring, MD

The Fillmore

Sun

8/13

Huntington, NY

The Paramount

Tue

8/15

Charlotte, NC

Neighborhood Theatre

Wed

8/16

Raleigh, NC

The Ritz

Fri

8/18

Atlanta, GA

The Buckhead Theatre

Sat

8/19

Myrtle Beach, SC

Myrtle Beach Speedway

Sun

8/20

Asheville, NC

Diana Wortham Theatre

Tue

8/22

Cincinnati, OH

Bogart’s

Thu

8/24

Louisville, KY

Mercury Ballroom

Fri

8/25

Nashville, TN

Marathon Music Works

Sat

8/26

Chattanooga, TN

Southern Brewers Festival

Thu

9/7

San Francisco, CA

The Fillmore

Fri

9/8

San Francisco, CA

The Fillmore

Sat

9/9

Sacramento, CA

Ace of Spades

Sun

9/10

Santa Cruz, CA

The Catalyst

Tue

9/12

Fresno, CA

Tower Theatre

Wed

9/13

Los Angeles, CA

The Fonda Theatre

Thu

9/14

Tempe, AZ

Marquee Theatre

Fri

9/15

San Diego, CA

KAABOO Del Mar

Sun

9/17

Telluride, CO

Telluride Blues & Brews Festival

Tue

9/19

Tucson, AZ

Fox Theatre

Wed

9/20

Las Vegas, NV

Brooklyn Bowl

~Fri

9/22

Morrison, CO

Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Sat

9/23

Salt Lake City, UT

Eccles Theatre (with JJ Grey & Mofro)

Mon

9/25

Grants Pass, OR

Rogue Theatre

Tue

9/26

Portland, OR

Crystal Ballroom

Wed

9/27

Seattle, WA

The Showbox

Thu

10/12

Madison, WI

Barrymore Theatre

Fri

10/13

Bloomington, IL

Castle Theatre

Sun

10/15

Kansas City, MO

Knuckleheads

Tue

10/17

Tulsa, OK

Cain’s Ballroom

Thu

10/19

San Antonio, TX

Aztec Theatre

Fri

10/20

Houston, TX

House of Blues

Sat

10/21

Dallas, TX

House of Blues

Mon

10/23

New Orleans, LA

House of Blues

Tue

10/24

Destin, FL

Club LA

Thu

10/26

St. Petersburg, FL

Jannus Live

Fri

10/27

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Revolution Live

Sat

10/28

Orlando, FL

House of Blues

Sun

10/29

Jacksonville, FL

Florida Theatre

Thu

11/9

Rocky Mount, VA

The Harvester

Sat

11/11

Philadelphia, PA

Theatre of Living Arts

Sun

11/12

Richmond, VA

The National

Tue

11/14

Fairfield, CT

The Warehouse at FTC

Wed

11/15

New York, NY

Irving Plaza

Thu

11/16

New York, NY

Irving Plaza

Fri

11/17

Atlantic City, NJ

Borgata Casino

~with JJ Grey & Mofro, North Mississippi Allstars, and Anders Osborne present N.M.O

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