Team Fullbright is happy to announce that John will be playing two extra-big, extra-special shows in Oklahoma in December: UCO Mitchell Hall in Edmond on Dec. 12, and the Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa on Dec. 19. Tickets for both shows go on sale at 10 AM on Friday, Sept. 4. This will be the third
In the wake of devastating flooding, a close-knit group of musicians and artists have come together to raise money to benefit the town of Wimberley, Texas with an online auction and Aug. 9 concert in Austin. Tickets available now!
Everybody at Fullbright HQ is very pleased to announce that John will be joining the wonderful folks on the Cayamo Cruise again in January! Cayamo, A Journey Through Song, will leave the port of Miami on Jan. 31, 2016, and sail through the Caribbean on the lovely Norwegian Pearl, returning on Feb. 7. John will
Announcing! John will be back at the Blue Door for three nights in May! Friday, May 22 through Sunday, May 24, you’ll be able to see John on his home turf. Tickets on sale Saturday, April 11 through all TicketStorm outlets.
January was busy: John played the Cayamo cruise, the ASCAP Music Cafe at the Sundance Film Festival, and A Prairie Home Companion. See pics & video!
From the Cayamo cruise to the release of “Songs,” from Letterman to Rolling Stone, months on the road and back home to Oklahoma, 2014 has been quite a year for John and the whole Fullbright team.
Here are a couple of clips from John’s recent appearance on CBS This Morning:
John and the band had a great time in the Big Apple, taping their August 28 appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman. Here’s some video and a few photos from the day.
Watch video from last June’s interview at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles: John discussing the influence of Townes Van Zandt on his songwriting, and a clip from “High Road.”
John did an in-studio interview with our friends at WFUV in New York, and they’ve posted the audio, as well as some video clips. Here’s “When You’re Here.” You can listen to the interview and watch the other videos, “Going Home” and “Ain’t Nobody’s Business” on the WFUV website.