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GREGORY ALAN ISAKOV PREMIERES “SOUTHERN STAR” MUSIC VIDEO

Gregory Alan Isakov’s music video for “Southern Star” is premiering today at Paste. Watch HERE. The live video was filmed and directed by Bryan Dos Reis while Isakov and his band were recently passing through Boston.

The track comes from Isakov’s new album, Evening Machines and is out now on Dualtone Records (stream/purchase here). Isakov wrote “Southern Star” while doing a writing exercise that involved choosing random words from several books (science-fiction and romance novels) he picked up from the dollar bin at his local bookstore.

In continued celebration of the release, Isakov will be embarking on a tour at the end of July that includes a SOLD-OUT headlining show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Aug 4th), with a second show now added at the brand-new Mission Ballroom (Aug 11th). The summer tour will also include stops at the legendary Newport Folk FestivalXPoNential Music Festival, Portland’s State Theatre, Cleveland’s Agora, Milwaukee’s Pabst Theater, Sweden’s Pustervik, Denmark’s Tønder Festival, Amsterdam’s Once in a Blue Moon Festival and Brighton’s Concorde 2 among many others. Complete tour details below.

GREGORY ALAN ISAKOV CONFIRMED TOUR DATES

July 25—Portland, ME—State Theatre*

July 26—Burlington VT—Flynn Center*

July 27—Newport, RI—Newport Folk Festival

July 28—Philadelphia, PA—XPotential Fest

July 30—Cleveland, OH—Agora*

July 31—Indianapolis, IN—The Vogue†

August 1—Milwaukee, WI—Pabst Theatre*

August 4—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre§

August 11—Denver, CO—Mission Ballroom**

August 16—Trondheim, Norway—Pstereo

August 17—Bodø, Norway—Parkenfestivalen

August 19—Örebro, Sweden—Frimis Salonger††

August 20—Gothenburg, Sweden—Pustervik††

August 21—Malmö, Sweden—Kulturbolaget††

August 23—Tønder, Denmark—Tønder Festival

August 23-26—Northamponshire, UK—Greenbelt

August 24—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Once in a Blue Moon Festival

August 27—Leeds, UK—Brudenell Social Club‡‡

August 28—Brighton, UK—Concorde 2‡‡

*support by Haley Heynderickx

§support by Mountain Man

†support by David Wax Museum

**support by special guest Amy Ray

††support by Siv Jakobsen

‡‡support by Carsie Blanton

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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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